Bonsai training – RG Bonsai http://rgbonsai.com/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 04:28:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.2 https://rgbonsai.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile.png Bonsai training – RG Bonsai http://rgbonsai.com/ 32 32 Online training program on soil quality assessment and land management https://rgbonsai.com/online-training-program-on-soil-quality-assessment-and-land-management/ Sat, 11 Dec 2021 06:56:26 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/online-training-program-on-soil-quality-assessment-and-land-management/ Online training program on soil quality assessment and land management The online training program on soil quality assessment and land management will be organized by the National Institute for Environmental Engineering Research from December 14 to 15, 2021. Land, a non-renewable resource, is central to all primary production systems and its contamination has attracted considerable […]]]>
Online training program on soil quality assessment and land management

The online training program on soil quality assessment and land management will be organized by the National Institute for Environmental Engineering Research from December 14 to 15, 2021. Land, a non-renewable resource, is central to all primary production systems and its contamination has attracted considerable public attention. over the past decades.

The objective of the training program:

  • The main objective of the training program is to provide training on soil quality assessment and management of degraded land practices in order to familiarize participants with the interpretation of data relating to soil quality and land use practices. land management to be adopted for the restoration of biodiversity.

  • In order to preserve biodiversity and land productivity, control measures must be taken to achieve sustainable land use and management systems, in order to balance productivity and environmental protection.

Course content :

  • Indian soil categories

  • Collection, conservation and preparation of soil samples for laboratory analysis

  • Soil quality parameters: physical, chemical and biological

  • QA / QC Procedure in Analysis, Accuracy, Precision and Uncertainty Measurement Concepts

  • Preparation of the soil analysis report

  • Regulations for the management of industrial land

  • Land management – I (Case study on ecological restoration of mine spoil landfills)

  • Regional planning – II (Case study on the green corridor for the development of an eco-capital)

  • Land Management – III (Contaminated Site Remediation Case Study)

For further details, please contact:

Event name: Online training program on soil quality assessment and land management
Website: https://www.neeri.res.in/
Dated: December 14-15, 2021

National Research Institute in Environmental Engineering

Address: Nehru Marg, Nagpur 440020 (Maharashtra)
Phone : + 91-712-2249885-88
E-mail: hv_singh@neeri.res.in

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KVK Anjaw launches six-day training for rural youth on duck farming https://rgbonsai.com/kvk-anjaw-launches-six-day-training-for-rural-youth-on-duck-farming/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/kvk-anjaw-launches-six-day-training-for-rural-youth-on-duck-farming/ Duck breeding On Monday, KVK, Anjaw began a “six-day vocational training for rural youth on duck farming”, which was sponsored by the National Mission on Agricultural Extension and Technical Management. “Farmers can raise ducks for meat or eggs,” said District HA and Veterinary Officer Dr G Singh during the opening ceremony. In the current Anjaw […]]]>
Duck breeding

On Monday, KVK, Anjaw began a “six-day vocational training for rural youth on duck farming”, which was sponsored by the National Mission on Agricultural Extension and Technical Management.

“Farmers can raise ducks for meat or eggs,” said District HA and Veterinary Officer Dr G Singh during the opening ceremony. In the current Anjaw condition, raising ducks is more profitable than raising chickens because both have better disease resistance and can survive in harsh and humid conditions. “

DIET Principal SK Dey from Khupa encouraged participants to “Step forward to get the information about the less explored duck breeding in Anjaw neighborhood “, while Animal science specialist KVK Dr Santosh Kumar made a presentation on the training program.

Ducks are often cheaper to keep and are more resilient in hot and cold weather, according to Veterinarian Dr. Gedam Ete, in addition to producing larger and more eggs each year. “They lay eggs almost near all year “he noted,” and therefore can be operated as a viable income generation business by the rural unemployed youth of the district. “

At the end of the program, garden pea seeds were provided and agronomist scientist Naveen Khoisam showed how to grow peas.

What is duck farming and is it a profitable business?

Duck breeding is a popular and successful business concept as there are many different breeds of ducks accessible across the world.

Raising them for meat and eggs is simple. Ducks can be reared in the absence of water. Yes, you’re right. Thousands of ducks can be raised without access to water by simply keeping them inside the house, in the same way chickens or other poultry are raised.

Advantages :

Lodging: Ducks ask for cheaper, more simple and simple accommodation. Therefore, setting up a commercial duck breeding business is inexpensive.

Less management: Ducks require less maintenance than other birds because they are hardy. They are incredibly adaptive and can survive in almost any type of habitat.

fresh eggs: Ducks lay eggs at night and in the morning. You can collect their fresh eggs every morning while doing other things for the rest of the day.

Less space: Duck farming takes up less space than others poultry farm companies. They also have a shorter brooding time and produce ducklings faster. Surprisingly, they grow so fast that artificial heat can be applied in just 5-7 days.

They will, however, require a somewhat longer heating period throughout the winter.

Market demand: Locally and globally, duck eggs and meat are in great demand.

Raising ducks is a profitable business that can provide a constant source of income. Many unemployed and educated young people can join this business and earn a lot of money.

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How the Swiss model of vocational training can create jobs for young people in Kenya https://rgbonsai.com/how-the-swiss-model-of-vocational-training-can-create-jobs-for-young-people-in-kenya/ Wed, 10 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/how-the-swiss-model-of-vocational-training-can-create-jobs-for-young-people-in-kenya/ Ideas & Debate How the Swiss model of vocational training can create jobs for young people in Kenya Wednesday 10 November 2021 National Industrial Training Authority director of industrial training William Mwanza (left) and Hilti Foundation CEO Wallner Werner (center) at the launch of a learning project in Nairobi last month. PHOTO | DIANA NGILA […]]]>

Ideas & Debate

How the Swiss model of vocational training can create jobs for young people in Kenya


National Industrial Training Authority director of industrial training William Mwanza (left) and Hilti Foundation CEO Wallner Werner (center) at the launch of a learning project in Nairobi last month. PHOTO | DIANA NGILA | NMG

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Summary

  • One of the most important conversations taking place in Kenya right now is about how to create more and better economic opportunities for young Kenyans who have completed their formal education and now want a job.
  • An ambitious new project recently launched by Swisscontact and the Hilti Foundation will explore the potential of the Swiss vocational training model for the Kenyan market.

One of the most important conversations taking place in Kenya right now is about how to create more and better economic opportunities for young Kenyans who have completed their formal education and now want a job.

An ambitious new project recently launched by Swisscontact and the Hilti Foundation will explore the potential of the Swiss vocational training model for the Kenyan market. The first indications are promising.

In education, as in many other fields, nations have an interest in studying what others have done to solve problems similar to those they face. And after such a study, they can then select from among the successful models, a few ideas that can be transplanted to meet the unique challenges of each country.

I think there may be useful lessons for Kenya in how the Swiss apprenticeship system has evolved over the years, to become one of the pillars of our economic success, as well as a mechanism for social inclusion.

Kenya faces a major challenge in creating enough jobs for its young people. Like many countries, Kenya has many highly qualified students but not enough employment opportunities.

One thing Switzerland is well known for is its pragmatism. We Swiss have the advantage of living in a country that constantly seeks the right balance between theory and practice, in order to allow all sections of society to prosper. This characteristic is one of the pillars of the stability of the Swiss political system.

Education and training in Switzerland are also good examples of this pragmatic attitude. Indeed, Switzerland has a flexible and dynamic education system, offering different avenues to young students, taking into account their skills and interests, but also the needs of the economy.

Let me briefly describe how this system works.

In Switzerland, education is administered by the cantons, the equivalent of counties in Kenya, and not by the central government. However, the system is to a large extent harmonized and similar across the country. It cannot in any case be said that a certain canton offers a higher quality of education than others.

Compulsory education generally consists of eight years of primary school and three years of college. Then, when the students are about 15 years old, they can choose between several possibilities. They have two main options.

The first is the classic high school route to continue the general studies course. This option usually leads to university studies. The second option is to do an apprenticeship, which is more practical and aims to allow the student to learn a specific trade, and thus to offer a direct path to a career in this field.

The apprenticeship is said to be alternating because the training takes place both at school and at work. While the work-related part is carried out at the workplace of the company which employs him, the apprentice also continues to follow theoretical training in the classroom.

In a typical example, an apprentice would spend two days a week at school and three days at work.

The five most popular occupations for vocational training are sales clerk, health worker, retail clerk, social worker, and computer technician.

The dual system has two particularities, all the more important as they mark the specificity of the Swiss system and are at the heart of its success.

First, the system is very flexible. The choices of 15-year-olds are not necessarily final, as there are many ways to change course afterwards.

Even if someone does an apprenticeship as an electrician, they still have the option of going to college without having to start all over again. This is crucial, because it takes the pressure off young students to have to make a final choice. It also encourages them to choose the path of learning. Honestly, who among us knew exactly what he wanted to do for the rest of his life at the age of 15?

The second particularity of the Swiss dual system is that apprenticeship is an integral part of the Swiss education system. They are highly regarded in Swiss society and are not seen as the “little sister” of an academic career. This respect is also reflected economically. Apprenticeship offers employment opportunities with good working conditions, including in terms of wages.

And let me stress that the high value attached to vocational training both socially and economically is absolutely crucial for its success.

The value of apprenticeship in Switzerland can be demonstrated statistically. Today, more than two-thirds of Swiss students choose apprenticeship after compulsory schooling instead of traditional high school.

Many high-level businessmen and political leaders in Switzerland are former apprentices. Sergio Ermotti, until recently CEO of UBS, the country’s largest bank, was an apprentice and did not go to high school. The same goes for Ueli Maurer, the Swiss Minister of Finance and President of the country in 2019.

Successful apprenticeship enables young people to acquire practical skills, in addition to general knowledge, and to be ready for the job market. This success is reflected in particular by the fact that Switzerland has one of the lowest youth unemployment rates in the world.

There is also an added value in the dual apprenticeship program. It can be clearly demonstrated that the economic value of the work performed by apprentices far exceeds the costs of their training.

In short, it means that the system benefits businesses in real terms. Not only in the long term, but even during the very years they are training their apprentices.

Dr Zellweger is the Swiss Ambassador to Kenya

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Beekeeping helps this farmer earn rupees. 3 crores per year; Obtained training from KVK Lucknow, ICAR-IISR https://rgbonsai.com/beekeeping-helps-this-farmer-earn-rupees-3-crores-per-year-obtained-training-from-kvk-lucknow-icar-iisr/ Thu, 04 Nov 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/beekeeping-helps-this-farmer-earn-rupees-3-crores-per-year-obtained-training-from-kvk-lucknow-icar-iisr/ Brajesh Kumar Verma receives the award Beekeeping has now become a profitable source of income for many people across the country. Today we are going to tell you about Brajesh Kumar Verma which earns Rs. 3 crores annually through beekeeping. Mastering his skills in beekeeping, Brajesh, originally from Madarpur village of Kevali, Lucknow was hailed […]]]>
Brajesh Kumar Verma receives the award

Beekeeping has now become a profitable source of income for many people across the country. Today we are going to tell you about Brajesh Kumar Verma which earns Rs. 3 crores annually through beekeeping. Mastering his skills in beekeeping, Brajesh, originally from Madarpur village of Kevali, Lucknow was hailed as the famous beekeeper of the central area of ​​Uttar Pradesh.

Beekeeping, a profitable business

Besides earning a good chunk of his living from beekeeping, he also provides employment for many farmers and rural youth in the area and inspires others to practice the same not only in Uttar Pradesh but also in neighboring states.

Due to economic constraints, Brajesh started cultivating on the parent land of only 0.4 ha. He also tried to get land to rent for farming from his fellow citizens. He learned beekeeping which was promoted by the Ministry of Horticulture, Government of Uttar Pradesh in 1990. To begin with, he consulted literature on beekeeping and visited the ministry in Lucknow with his few. villager where he received a free box bee. Through his hard work and dedication, he managed to buy another 10 boxes of bees in two years thanks to the returns he got from selling the honey.

Later, Brajesh formed a group of beekeepers and registered them as “Abhishek Gramodyog Sansthan” with the Registrar of Government Cooperative Societies. from Uttar Pradesh. In addition to producing honey in large quantities, the Organization established a honey processing unit in Gosaiganj of Lucknow District with the support of the State Government Village Development Department.

The team members collect the raw honey from the different villages, have it processed for high-quality honey production, and then sell it to the various outlets in the state. Brajesh also participated in the well structured training programs / courses which were conducted at KVK, ICAR-Indian Sugar Cane Research Institute, Lucknow. This helped him to acquire knowledge about effective methods for extracting good quality honey from beehives, branding the product and its sale by establishing the various outlets in the state.

After getting good results from on-farm trial conducted by KVK, ICAR-IISR, Lucknow, Brajesh started collecting beekeeping subsidiary products from 2011. Now this KVK technology is adopted not only by he and his team, but several farmers in Lucknow and neighboring districts and states.

Moving bee boxes

It migrates and moves its 600 Bee Boxes all year round in the different States depending on the availability of food for the Bees. The movement and migration of Bee Boxes depends on the availability of crops at the flowering stage with sufficient quantities of Pollen & Nectar.

He started installing bee trays in mustard cultivation in farmers’ fields in Lucknow district from November to February, then migrated to Muzaffarpur, Samastipur, Darbhanga and Begusarai districts in Bihar for lychee crops, corn and pearl millet from March to September.

Earn crores every year from beekeeping

Seeing his success, many farmers connected with him for honey production, income enhancement and entrepreneurship development through beekeeping. So far, he has trained nearly 6,000 farmers. More than 1,100 beekeepers in Lucknow are directly linked and associated with his organization and produce around 350 tonnes of honey, 150 kg of pollen and 100 kg of propolis. It helps to earn around Rs. 3 crores every year.

The organization sells its products through a trading company known as “Kiran Enterprises” with an FSSAI license. Brajesh has recently started to manufacture the bee boxes, frame, wax sheet, cover (inside and top), etc., with the aim of making beekeeping equipment easily accessible to farmers and rural youth.

Source – KVK, ICAR-Indian Sugar Cane Research Institute, Lucknow

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Financial management training program for agricultural startups https://rgbonsai.com/financial-management-training-program-for-agricultural-startups/ Mon, 25 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/financial-management-training-program-for-agricultural-startups/ Financial management training program for agricultural startups The financial management training program for agricultural startups will be organized by the National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE) from October 25 to 29, 2021 in virtual mode. The main objective of this program is to sensitize stakeholders to the basics of finance and accounting which are […]]]>
Financial management training program for agricultural startups

The financial management training program for agricultural startups will be organized by the National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE) from October 25 to 29, 2021 in virtual mode. The main objective of this program is to sensitize stakeholders to the basics of finance and accounting which are crucial to support companies or startups.

Main characteristics:

  • This training program will cover bookkeeping, accounting practices, the importance of accounting for startups, preparation and analysis of financial statements, cash flow management will be discussed with relevant examples followed by funding by bank / NBFC credit, detailed project report, how to raise Angel, VC financing sessions from industry experts.

  • In addition to these sessions, startup valuation will also be covered to help the startup deal appropriately with investors.

Methodologies:

  • The course will be offered online through the WebEx platform

  • Content will be delivered through live online courses, presentations and live interactions.

  • WebEx link will be sent to selected applicants

  • This will be followed by an objective online exam.

  • Applicants with a score of over 50% and full attendance will obtain the MANAGE certificate

  • Attendance at all sessions is compulsory. Participants should keep the video and interact in the classroom.

  • Every day live lessons

Whose:

The training is intended for agents working with or for startups of the state departments of agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry, fisheries, sericulture and rural development, heads of marketing departments , the faculty of agricultural universities / KVK and business schools and NGOs. in academic, research and popularization activities that are interested in the subject can also enroll.

For further details, please contact:

Event name: Financial management training program for agricultural startups
Website: https://www.manage.gov.in/
Dated: 25-29 October 2021

National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE)

Address: MANAGE, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, Telangana
Call: 040-24594509
E-mail: helpline@manage.gov.in

Registration link:
https://lnkd.in/dpUv29UG

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Auditor accuses CBK of delay in dissolving monetary training school https://rgbonsai.com/auditor-accuses-cbk-of-delay-in-dissolving-monetary-training-school/ Thu, 21 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/auditor-accuses-cbk-of-delay-in-dissolving-monetary-training-school/ Market news Auditor accuses CBK of delay in dissolving monetary training school Thursday, October 21, 2021 Auditor General Nancy Gathungu in a previous interview in her Nairobi office. PHOTO | LUCY WANJIRU | NMG By BRIAN NGUGIMore from this author Summary The Registrar of Companies published a notice of dissolution of the Ruaraka-based institution last […]]]>

Market news

Auditor accuses CBK of delay in dissolving monetary training school


Auditor General Nancy Gathungu in a previous interview in her Nairobi office. PHOTO | LUCY WANJIRU | NMG

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Summary

  • The Registrar of Companies published a notice of dissolution of the Ruaraka-based institution last year.
  • The Kenya School of Monetary Studies (KSMS) is owned by the CBK for the purpose of workforce training for the financial services sector.
  • The CBK and the Ministry of Finance established the KSMS as a training institution dedicated to providing specialized education and training programs.

The Auditor General blamed the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) for the delay in closing the Kenya School of Monetary Studies in accordance with previous state plans.

The Registrar of Companies published a notice of dissolution of the Ruaraka-based institution last year.

The Kenya School of Monetary Studies (KSMS) is owned by the CBK for the purpose of workforce training for the financial services sector.

It was established in 1997 with the primary mandate of building the capacity of the banking sector and helping the CBK fulfill its primary mandate of fostering a stable and functioning financial system.

Auditor General Nancy Gathungu in her CBK audit report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2021, dated September 27, 2021, said it was essential for CBK management to follow and expedite the conclusion of the process. dissolving the school which she said has operated without a functioning board for the past six years.

“The dissolution of the school as a legal entity was released on April 24, 2020. This was intended to address concerns about governance and internal controls at KSMS,” Ms. Gathungu said.

“However, as of the date of this report, KSMS had not been dissolved.”

The CBK and the Ministry of Finance established the KSMS as a training institution dedicated to offering specialized education and training programs in banking, finance, economics and other related studies, which were not available in other training institutions and universities.

The institution offers executive education in English and French in business sciences, agricultural finance, investment banking, business intelligence and data analysis, and financial modeling at the diploma and certificate levels.

It also has a postgraduate degree and masters coursework in Financial, Banking, Economic and Public Policy Analysis in collaboration with Moi University and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.

[email protected]

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GADVASU will organize a training program for “goat breeders” https://rgbonsai.com/gadvasu-will-organize-a-training-program-for-goat-breeders/ Fri, 01 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/gadvasu-will-organize-a-training-program-for-goat-breeders/ Goats Department of Veterinary Extension and Livestock, Guru Angad Dev University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (GADVASU), Ludhiana will organize one-week training program on goat farming under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav from 04.10.2021 to 08.10.2021. Improve goat production Dr RK Sharma HoD informed that improving goat production through better housing and feeding practices has a […]]]>
Goats

Department of Veterinary Extension and Livestock, Guru Angad Dev University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (GADVASU), Ludhiana will organize one-week training program on goat farming under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav from 04.10.2021 to 08.10.2021.

Improve goat production

Dr RK Sharma HoD informed that improving goat production through better housing and feeding practices has a direct impact on the incomes of millions of households as well as on national food security.

The goat is gaining popularity in Punjab because it can consume a wide variety of food resources, requires less capital or investment, rapid sexual maturity (9-12 months) and overgrowth. Due to the reduced input requirements, goat production is ideal for unemployed youth, women and veterans, etc., who can easily acquire skills in this occupation.

Goat specialties

Apart from meat, goat’s milk remains in great demand. The demand increases by several times during epidemics of dengue fever and other viral diseases. The added value and processing of goat milk and meat is huge, which can further increase income.

Goats are adapted to a wide variety of climatic conditions and they are rustic in nature. The goat has many specialties such as small size, easy handling, a wide range of edibles and greater climatic adaptability, etc., making it a pet of choice for poor farmers around the world.

Training program to be held at the Farmer Information Center

He revealed that this training program will be organized at the Farmer Information Center. Interested candidates who wish to pursue goat farming as a commercial enterprise can introduce themselves to the Center on 04.10.2021 at 9h00.

During this training, knowledge will be provided on the different breeds, breeding techniques, feed management, barn design, weather management, vaccination protocols, diseases and their prevention, the added value of milk and meat and the economy of goat farming, etc.

Practical training on handling goats, measuring body temperature, signs of healthy animals will also be provided to trainees.

For more information, you can contact at Assistance number for farmers: 0161- 2414026

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NCW launches training program for rural women https://rgbonsai.com/ncw-launches-training-program-for-rural-women/ Tue, 28 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/ncw-launches-training-program-for-rural-women/ NCW President Rekha Sharma the National Commission for Women launched a national training and capacity building program for women in dairy farming to empower them and make them financially independent. The commission collaborates with agricultural establishments across India to identify and teach women involved in dairy farming and related activities in different fields such as […]]]>
NCW President Rekha Sharma

the National Commission for Women launched a national training and capacity building program for women in dairy farming to empower them and make them financially independent.

The commission collaborates with agricultural establishments across India to identify and teach women involved in dairy farming and related activities in different fields such as added value, quality development, packaging of dairy products, and marketing, among others.

The first program of the project for SHG women’s groups was conducted at the Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences in Hisar, Haryana, in collaboration with the Haryana State Rural Livelihood Mission.

NCW President Rekha Sharma declared at the launch of the project that financial independence is essential for empowerment of women. Through the project, NCW works to empower women and help them achieve financial independence by training them to improving the quality of dairy products, adding value, packaging, increasing the shelf life and marketing of their products.

The commission will provide training to women to help them improve their businesses and encourage them to become entrepreneurs.

NCW will also choose trainers to teach women entrepreneurs, dairy cooperative societies managed by women, women’s self-help groups, etc.

NCW intends to develop a sustainable and replicable district model in the dairy sector that can be adopted in all dairy producing regions of the country.

Ms Sharma said this would empower rural women and give them financial independence. According to her, the National Commission for Women works to help women realize their full potential.

About NCW:

the National Commission for Women (NCW) is a statutory body of the Government of India responsible for advising the government on all matters relating to women’s policy. He was formed on January 31, 1992, in accordance with the provisions of the Indian Constitution as set out in the National Commission for Women Act 1990.

Jayanti Patnaik was the first chairman of the commission. Rekha Sharma has been its president since November 30, 2018.

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Allegheny County Jail Board Ends Contract with Controversial Training Company, Director Harper Objects | News | Pittsburgh https://rgbonsai.com/allegheny-county-jail-board-ends-contract-with-controversial-training-company-director-harper-objects-news-pittsburgh/ Tue, 21 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://rgbonsai.com/allegheny-county-jail-board-ends-contract-with-controversial-training-company-director-harper-objects-news-pittsburgh/ CP photo: Jared Wickerham Allegheny County Jail On September 20, the Allegheny County Jail Supervisory Board voted to terminate an approximately $ 450,000 contract with the Correctional Applications Unit or C-SAU in a 4-3 vote. . The council cited problems with training tactics and personnel during the three-hour debate. The contract had come under scrutiny […]]]>

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Allegheny County Jail

On September 20, the Allegheny County Jail Supervisory Board voted to terminate an approximately $ 450,000 contract with the Correctional Applications Unit or C-SAU in a 4-3 vote. . The council cited problems with training tactics and personnel during the three-hour debate. The contract had come under scrutiny thanks to the C-SAU chief’s workplace, media and criminal history.

During the controversial meeting, the three board members who had previously voiced criticism of the C-SAU – Allegheny County Comptroller Chelsa Wagner, Allegheny County Councilor Bethany Hallam and former Councilor Terri Klein – were joined by Common Pleas Judge Beth Lazzara in vote against the contract.

Originally, Lazzara asked to pursue C-SAU’s contract two in a September 3 meeting while investigating for more information on Garcia’s background, but on September 20, she said the Case needed to be taken more seriously and feared that C-SAU senior team leader Joseph Garcia refused to answer questions or be available at the meeting.

With the contract withdrawn, Allegheny County President Judge Kim Clark expressed concern at the meeting about the prison’s ability to comply by December 6 with a referendum banning solitary condiments, as well. than the use of restraints and chemical weapons. Clark said she trusted ACJ director Orlando Harper to do the right thing and comply with the referendum by December 6.

However, on September 21, Harper said he “did not intend to follow” the board’s decision, even though admitting that C-SAU training at the prison was now suspended.

According to WESA, Harper argued that the council decision was too broad and would preclude any formation to comply with the prison referendum, despite objections from the press and others that the language of the council decision would not limit the prison in formation.

In July, C-SAU initially agreed to a contract to implement military-style training and less lethal weapons for the prison’s correctional officers. Allegheny County officials said the contract was necessary to accommodate new policies from December 6, banning solitary confinement and the use of chemicals, restraint chairs and leg shackles . The contracts price the training at $ 347,770, plus $ 95,000 for ammunition.

However, C-SAU began to be immediately surrounded by controversy, mainly focused on the lack of transparency surrounding Garcia. The local advocacy group Abolitionist Law Center released a statement in August saying Garcia used to train correctional officers to negatively perceive incarcerated people. On September 15, a group of lawyers called on the board to reject the C-SAU contract, citing Garcia’s record of comparing blacks to dogs.

In August, it was revealed that Garcia had a criminal record in the UK and had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm in Britain. In 1989 he was sentenced to 2.5 years in a British prison. Last year, Garcia told a magazine in an interview that George Floyd’s death could lead to a race war against correctional officers.

Once these reports and other information about Garcia’s background and employment history were presented to the board members, they scheduled the September 20 meeting to ask Garcia questions about his background and qualifications. , as well as an explanation of these reports. However, the board never received a copy of Garcia’s resume and Garcia declined to attend the meeting.

“On the advice of legal counsel, Joseph Garcia was told there was nothing he could add to the conversation,” Jerry Baldwin, public information officer for C-SAU, said during of the September 20 meeting. “The contract has already been awarded; it has already been checked by the agency that awarded the contract as well as by others. It just wasn’t appropriate for him to be here to answer the same questions others are here to answer.

C-SAU has already billed the county $ 182,770 for the training it provided for six of the eight weeks agreed to in the contract. However, Controller Wagner said she was withholding payment from C-SAU, in addition to the retention fee also agreed to in the contract.

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