YEARS ago, single people were not even considered when choosing a foster or adoptive parent. Times have changed. Each and every state has their own set of guidelines to follow. If you apply to be an adoptive parent, you will have to meet certain criteria. They do a background check, consider your income, assess your home for safety and appropriateness, investigate your personal referances, look at your overall status and experience, look at the needs of the child, assess whether or not you can meet those needs and a host of other specifications. Many times, one has to be willing to accept and support a "hard to place child", meaning that the child is not a "perfect" infant. The child may have a developmental disability, a learning disability, be behaviorally challenged or otherwise problematic. Perhaps they are simply too old. (Everyone it seems wants an infant when they adopt.) Personally, I prefer a challenge!! I work with difficult children and their families directly, through a state agency. It is these children that are the most in need of a loving, dedicated, secure home life, yet remain the most difficult to place. The rewards of helping such a child are indescribable!! Most state agencies are in a desperate search for "special" people willing to take on the challenge, and change the life for the better for that "special" child. Most, if not all, agencies offer classes, and pay to provide you with required courses such as CPR, First Aid, etc... etc... I can say from experience that helping these children and their families is the most rewarding thing that I have EVER done. I hope that you go for it, and are able to adopt a child that needs you. You won't be sorry, I can promise you that! BEST OF LUCK TO YOU!
Describe what makes you qualified for the job any job like blockbuster It makes me qualified to this job upon knowledge and experience
A competency includes knowledge, skills, experience, and attitudes. For every job you need to be uniquely qualified with the specific competencies for the job.
One way you may be qualified is if you have special education training, such as a business degree. You may also be qualified if you have prior experience in the HR field.
Some people are qualified to do things because of the schooling they have been to. Others are qualified because of their experience.
A person may feel qualified for a job, because they have previous experience from other jobs. A person may also be qualified because of a college education.
Nothing. He's not any more qualified than you or I.
No. He still needs lots of experience.
Bachelors degree and law school graduation, then pass the bar in your state. Any qualified lawyer can be a defense attorney.
When you are asked why you are qualified for a position it is best to make a positive comment. This comment should relate your skills and experience to the job requirements.
I feel qualified to work for this company because my education and experience have prepared me to effectively handle all aspects of my daily duties.
In order to be qualified for a position, you must have experience in the field. You also may need to have a past education, depending on the type of position you're applying for.
Depends On Experience i.e. the employer will pay more to someone with a lot of experience than to someone only recently qualified.
One way is to apply for a job you are fully qualified for and have experience in that area
Take it to a good & qualified, educated gunsmith with experience .
High quality preschool is where: Adult-child communications which are approachable, friendly and humble. Highly qualified and experienced professional teachers. Space for children to have cherishing and sensitively supportive relationships with early childhood staff. Integration between care and education. High standards of safety and child protection. And mostly, a high quality preschool is one where families, children and visitors feel welcome and valued.
When looking for a preschool for your child, there are several factors you should consider. The most important is that school's reputation, and what parents of current and former students think about the school. Some signs of a good preschool are a qualified staff, an established curriculum, and a safe and secure building.
Tailor your answer to the job you are applying for. You might say you are qualified based on your education or prior experience. You might also say because you bring the skill set that they are looking for.
He does have prior "experience" in government/politics from his state, but really then if you listen to what he says and what kinds of things he'd like government to do / not do, it becomes quickly apparent no "experience" could ever make him qualified--clearly he hasn't actually ever learned about rights and governance.
He was a politician. Does that answer the question? Politicians are not necessarily qualified or have had good job experience. I have attached a related link for you to view, see below.
It takes more than 10 years with a qualified training and work experience. It takes step by step study to become a fully qualified plastic surgeon. Very hard!!
This is a question that would be asked during an interview about experience working in retail. This is to get an idea and any relevant experience you may have that would make you qualified for that position.
The interview process may request you to state why you are qualified for the position. Try to relate any aspect of your past experience to a talent the current job requires.
Iam a better fit for this position because,am qualified and i have whait takes for it especiall the experience.
what makes your qualified to that specific job. examples: schooling, work experience, ect.