Does time spent on a working holiday visa count towards indefinite leave to remain qualification?
No - only time spent on a visa that leads to settlement counts towards indefinite leave. Working Holiday or Tier 5 visas (under the Youth Mobility Scheme) aren't long term visas that lead to settlement in the UK. Therefore any time spent in United Kingdom on those visas does not count when you made your application for indefinite leave to remain. Time spent on a Tier 2 work permit, a Tier 1 Highly Skilled Migrant Permit (HSMP) or Ancestry Visa will count. Of course these are just the most common visa types - there are other paths to settlement. You need 5 years in total of time on Work Permit / HSMP to get ILR.
It actually depends on your country of domicile. Some countries have a minimum requirement of qualification for those working in the pet care industry. In general you will need maths and the language of the country your working in to a reasonable level. In most countries a vocational qualification is animal care is required and the qualification grade requirement then increases as the responsibilities of the role increases.
The operating system will fail to load. NOT - The BIOS setup utility will start automatically NOT - The computer will reboot continuously NOT - The initial self-test will fail to load I guess you are working towards the CISCO IT Essentials 1 / CompTIA A+ qualification. Good luck. KH Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor
No it is not, a public holiday is something such as a bank holiday where evrybody is off:) Wikipedia explains well,A public holiday, national holiday or legal holiday is a http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Holiday generally established by law and is usually a non-working day during the year. See this and more on public holidays on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_holiday Hope this helps:)