Ten Fold – The Real Thing

Ten Fold – The Real Thing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5OdLW56eBM

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Ten Fold – The Real Thing

Is it ok to put pending certifications on resume?

Is it ok to put pending certifications on resume?

I am graduating in June. I am in the process of taking a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course online. I haven't decided if I want to take the IASSC Exam or not ($295). I am also studying for the FE Chemical exam, with an exam date scheduled early June. If I pass I will be applying for EIT certification. Currently I am submitting 2-3 job applications daily, and am wondering if I can add this work-in-progress to my resume, which might look something like this.

Is this a good or bad idea? I don't want to look disingenuous, but think perhaps having them there would give me some slight edge.

Submitted April 25, 2018 at 06:46PM by ChemEjobHunter
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Is it ok to put pending certifications on resume?

Wikipedia article of the day for April 26, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for April 26, 2018 is Yugoslav destroyer Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik was a flotilla leader built for the Royal Yugoslav Navy by Yarrow Shipbuilders in Glasgow in 1930 and 1931. One of the largest destroyers of the time, she was a fast ship with a main armament of four Czechoslovak-built Škoda 140 mm (5.5 in) guns in single mounts. During the German-led Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in April 1941, Dubrovnik was captured by the Italians. After a refit, she was commissioned into the Royal Italian Navy as Premuda. In June 1942, she joined the Italian force that attacked the Allied Operation Harpoon convoy attempting to relieve the island of Malta. Premuda was the most important and effective Italian war prize ship of World War II. After the Italian surrender to the Allies in September 1943, the destroyer was seized by Germany and commissioned into the German Navy as TA32. In March 1945, the ship took part in the Battle of the Ligurian Sea against two Royal Navy destroyers. She was scuttled the following month as the Germans retreated from Genoa.

Wikipedia article of the day for April 26, 2018

Looking for some resources

Looking for some resources

I'm wanting to go back to school to get a career and not just a job. I'm wondering if anyone reading this has any notes or anything they could direct me to that would help me brush my skills on basic math back up( algerbra, geometry and precal). Did them all quite well in high school but it's been too long and I'm likely rusty. Any suggestions on resources or any input from industrial engineers? Please and thank you everyone!

Submitted April 25, 2018 at 01:47PM by ThatKyleGuy
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Looking for some resources

Unthreading with torque wrench

Unthreading with torque wrench

This isn't your typical "if it's supposed to be at 12 and I set to 14 I'll be all right, right?" post.

I have a moderately nice torque wrench that has a direction selector. Clockwise and counterclockwise like usual. But it also has a locked middle section. I can think of no purpose for this feature except to undo bolts. Anybody with torque wrench experience know if its safe to unthread with this setting or if any are designed like that?

Submitted April 25, 2018 at 01:59PM by HuntBoston1508
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Unthreading with torque wrench