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Acadsoc Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the «Acadsoc») is a tutoring company providing online English tutors and service to ESL learners. The tutor (hereinafter referred to as the «The Tutor») who has got a positive feedback after the two-week probation will continue work for Acadsoc under the terms and conditions in this contract.

By accessing or using the Tutors’ System, materials or services, or by teaching any students, The Tutor must acknowledge that he/she have read, understood and agree to be bound by these Terms. Acadsoc reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to modify, discontinue or terminate the Tutors’ System, Materials or Services or to modify these Terms, at any time and without prior notice.

2. Key terms related to home-based online tutoring service

  • «Tutors’ System» means the website for tutors to have online lessons and access the content.
  • «Schedule» means the approved working hours which is provided by the tutor.
  • «Class Table» means the calendar-view chart in which the tutor’s complete schedule are covered.
  • «Training Kit» means the training materials in the Tutors’ System.
  • «Tutoring Tool» means the video chatting software for the online lesson.
  • «Class Remarks» means the memorandum of the lesson and the assessment for the student.
  • «Textbook» means the material for the lesson.
  • «Trail Class» means the student in the class has not been enrolled in any formal courses.
  • «VIP Class» means the student is having a formal tutoring in the class.

3. Duties of the tutor

Schedule:

i. The Tutor has the duty to provide a solid two-week schedule at least 2 days in advance to Acadsoc, by informing the Acadsoc Managers of the days and time slots, when there’s not enough schedule in his/her class table.

ii. If The Tutor needs to add more time onto the current schedule, he/she must ask the Acadsoc Managers for permission 12 hours in advance.

iii. For the schedule without lessons, The Tutor must be on standby for unexpected lessons and other assignments with his/her QQ online and phone connectable. If The Tutor has to deal with other business during the «free» schedule, he/she must inform the CS and Manager 30 min in advance. Any unreachable situation during the shift on duty will be considered as Absence.

iv. For the schedule with lessons, The Tutor must send his/her cancellation request 24 hours in advance with good reasons to Acadsoc CS and Manager. If The Tutor is asking for a long-time leave, he/she need to provide the corresponding certificate to Acadsoc.

If the cancellation notice is sent within 24 hours, the first two hours will be recorded as «Absence».

v. The tutor is able to request a raise of the workin hours if his/her schedule is fully booked for 7 days.

vi. The tutor’s workin hours will be deducted if a) his/her the book ratio is less than 80% or b) he/she has received a warning letter.

Attendance & Punctuality:

i. The Tutor has the duty to attend every lesson in his/her schedule punctually.

Any Absence without prior notice will result in the penalty of lesson fee and even warning letter of bad performance.

ii. Each lesson is 25 minute. The Tutor has the duty to conduct the lesson on time. Any late for class or leaving early will result in the complaint by the student. For the fact that the student complaints on the punctuality with proof, The Tutor will be impose a fine and even warning letter.

Training & Assessment:

i. The Tutor has to take the mandatory training after registration.

ii. The Tutor has the duty to improve his/her teaching skills in accordance with the materials in the training kit and assessment standards.

iii. After the first lessons, he/she needs to get through the assessment to have a full schedule.

iv. If The Tutor fails the assessment, he/she has to take a further training as required by Acadsoc for another chance. Only two chances are for the new tutors.

v. The assessment is based on the Attendance Standards and Teaching Standards. The teaching standards and teaching materials are being updated from time to time.

vi. For The Tutor who has a low performance for a long time, he/she will be required to take more training and a new assessment.

Teaching Standards:

Regular Lesson Observations will be evaluated based on the Teaching Standards.

An opportunity of a lifetime

For 20 years, Cisco Networking Academy has changed the lives of 9.2 million students in 180 countries by providing education, technical training, and career mentorship.

An incredible opportunity is waiting for you. Technology is changing the world by connecting billions of devices and improving how we live, work, play and treat our planet. No industry is immune. Are you ready to change your life, and possibly make the world a better place?
The world needs Cyber Superheroes. Will you answer the call? Enroll now

Two great ways to take a course

Online learning

Online courses are self-paced and use the same curriculum taught in Networking Academy classrooms around the world. A few of our more popular online course categories:

In-person learning

The majority of our students take courses in-person at an education institution in their local community. This is the ultimate way to get hands-on experience as you gain career ready skills. Start your journey today by searching for the location nearest you and reaching out to them directly.

  • Over 10,400 locations globally
  • More than 1.2 million students enrolling each year
  • Courses align to internationally recognized certifications

Find a location near you

Cisco Networking Academy changes lives

Trained 1,000+ students. Most are now working in enterprise level organizations.

Sarada Hettiarachchi

I got the privilege to train more than 1,000 students in the past 9 years. Most of them are now working in enterprise level organizations.

It was 2007 and I was 22 years old with nothing in hand to start a career. At that time, there was only one Cisco Networking Academy in Sri Lanka, therefore, I chose to self-study to prepare for the CCNA 640-802 exam (old version) in 2008.

In December 2008, I became a Cisco Networking Academy Instructor for IT Essentials. I was the youngest ITE instructor in Sri Lanka at that time and in 2011 I got the opportunity to become the youngest CCAI for CCNA in Sri Lanka. Currently with many recognition awards, I am the first CCNP Instructor trainer in the SAARC region and the only one who can conduct instructor training for all Networking Academy courses in Sri Lanka.

I got the privilege to train more than thousand students under the Cisco Networking Academy in the past 9 years. Most of them are now working in enterprise level organizations and service provider networks. NetAcad programs are designed with lots of hands-on activities and that is one thing which attracts students to the program.

Cisco Networking Academy is a global platform which can be used to inspire students and instructors to make their future brighter.

Cisco Networking Academy puts theory and hands-on-experience into practice.

Paola di Nino

In University, you study theory, but you never get to actually put your hands on what you’re learning about. With Networking Academy, I got to put theory and study into practice.

You’ve heard of leading a double life. Paola Di Nino, a Senior Network Engineer with Verizon, leads a triple life. By day, she designs and manages processes, commands, and architecture for server rooms. By night, she pens internationally acclaimed novels. By weekends, she rides horses. Her latest book, Condemned to Death, has won four literary awards in her native Italy.

“In University, you study theory, but you never get to actually put your hands on what you’re learning about. With Networking Academy, I got to put theory and study into practice.”

Once upon a time, Paola was working in Milan as a JavaScript programmer, when inspiration struck in the form of an advertisement for Cisco Networking Academy. She decided to enroll and found the practicality and hands-on learning tools offered in her courses ignited an enthusiasm for network design. Her success with Networking Academy led her to Switzerland, where she continues to pursue all her many passions.

Connecting recruiters with students who are graduating with skills needed in the field.

John Grindley

Working with Cisco helps us connect to students and people who will graduate and have careers in our field. It’s added a whole new layer to our business model.

Working with the NBA during the 2016 Rio Olympics, John Grindley was first introduced to Cisco Networking Academy via three Brazilian students assigned to help him with a specialized network deployment. Despite the language barrier, John was immediately struck by how well-trained and versatile his assistants were.

Returning home, John contacted the Networking Academy program to find out how his company, Straight Up Technologies, which specializes in creating networks for film companies and sports franchises, could become more involved. That connection has completely changed his business. Rather than fly employees all over the world, he contacts local institutions offering Networking Academy courses to recruit students who are already trained and eager for real-world experience to work closely with his engineers. Now John can’t imagine life without Networking Academy.

Alberta University of the Arts

Please choose between the two following links.

ACAD becomes AUArts. Canada’s newest University of the Arts

Featured stories at AUArts

AUArts + ATB Present Long Tale

AUArts offers a huge array of adult credit-free courses year-round.

Nominate a deserving AUArtist for a 2019 Alumni Award!

Events & News

Exhibition

4 Mar 2019 8 Jun 2019

AUArts + ATB Present | Long Tale

ATB Branch for Arts + Culture

Event

22 Apr 2019 28 Apr 2019

16th Calgary Underground Film Festival

Globe Cinema, Calgary, Alberta

Exhibitions

4 Mar 2019 8 Jun 2019

AUArts + ATB Present | Long Tale

ATB Branch for Arts + Culture

16 May 2019 1 Jun 2019

Grad Show | 2019

Illingworth Kerr Gallery

Events

22 Apr 2019 28 Apr 2019

16th Calgary Underground Film Festival

Globe Cinema, Calgary, Alberta

Nominate a deserving AUArtist for a 2019 Alumni Award
Alberta University of the Arts welcomes Jan Hall as University’s New Indigenous Coordinator and Facilitator of the Lodgepole Center
Calgary’s Emerging Artists Showcased at AUArts SA Spring Show & Sale

Facts and Figures

1:16 Average faculty/student ratio

15 Average student class size

11 Governor General Award winning Faculty and Alumni

Featured Gallery

Illingworth Kerr Gallery
Grad Show | 2019

May 16 — June 1, 2019

About AUArts

Since 1926, AUArts has inspired thousands of students to pursue their dreams. As Alberta’s only dedicated art, craft and design institution, we’re proud to play an important role in nurturing creativity and driving innovation in our province and around the world.

Degrees + Programs

Being creative often means taking a different path than most. That’s why AUArts offers more subject areas than most design schools, small classes, and the flexibility to create a curriculum as unique as you are.

Support AUArts

Whether it’s by helping individual students, lending a hand with new initiatives, or providing support where it’s needed most, superheroes like you shape the future of Alberta University of the Arts.

Shape your future

Take the next step with AUArts

Students

Faculty and Staff

Connect

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Alberta University of the Arts rests on the traditional Treaty 7 Territories of the Blackfoot people and in the spirit of our collective effort to promote reconciliation, we acknowledge the traditional territories and oral practices of the Blackfoot Confederacy, which includes Siksika, Piikani and Kainai, the Tsuut’ina, the Stoney Nakoda First Nations (Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley), Metis Nation Region III, and all those who make their homes in the Treaty 7 Region of Southern Alberta.

An opportunity of a lifetime

For 20 years, Cisco Networking Academy has changed the lives of 9.2 million students in 180 countries by providing education, technical training, and career mentorship.

An incredible opportunity is waiting for you. Technology is changing the world by connecting billions of devices and improving how we live, work, play and treat our planet. No industry is immune. Are you ready to change your life, and possibly make the world a better place?
The world needs Cyber Superheroes. Will you answer the call? Enroll now

Two great ways to take a course

Online learning

Online courses are self-paced and use the same curriculum taught in Networking Academy classrooms around the world. A few of our more popular online course categories:

In-person learning

The majority of our students take courses in-person at an education institution in their local community. This is the ultimate way to get hands-on experience as you gain career ready skills. Start your journey today by searching for the location nearest you and reaching out to them directly.

  • Over 10,400 locations globally
  • More than 1.2 million students enrolling each year
  • Courses align to internationally recognized certifications

Find a location near you

Cisco Networking Academy changes lives

Trained 1,000+ students. Most are now working in enterprise level organizations.

Sarada Hettiarachchi

I got the privilege to train more than 1,000 students in the past 9 years. Most of them are now working in enterprise level organizations.

It was 2007 and I was 22 years old with nothing in hand to start a career. At that time, there was only one Cisco Networking Academy in Sri Lanka, therefore, I chose to self-study to prepare for the CCNA 640-802 exam (old version) in 2008.

In December 2008, I became a Cisco Networking Academy Instructor for IT Essentials. I was the youngest ITE instructor in Sri Lanka at that time and in 2011 I got the opportunity to become the youngest CCAI for CCNA in Sri Lanka. Currently with many recognition awards, I am the first CCNP Instructor trainer in the SAARC region and the only one who can conduct instructor training for all Networking Academy courses in Sri Lanka.

I got the privilege to train more than thousand students under the Cisco Networking Academy in the past 9 years. Most of them are now working in enterprise level organizations and service provider networks. NetAcad programs are designed with lots of hands-on activities and that is one thing which attracts students to the program.

Cisco Networking Academy is a global platform which can be used to inspire students and instructors to make their future brighter.

Cisco Networking Academy puts theory and hands-on-experience into practice.

Paola di Nino

In University, you study theory, but you never get to actually put your hands on what you’re learning about. With Networking Academy, I got to put theory and study into practice.

You’ve heard of leading a double life. Paola Di Nino, a Senior Network Engineer with Verizon, leads a triple life. By day, she designs and manages processes, commands, and architecture for server rooms. By night, she pens internationally acclaimed novels. By weekends, she rides horses. Her latest book, Condemned to Death, has won four literary awards in her native Italy.

“In University, you study theory, but you never get to actually put your hands on what you’re learning about. With Networking Academy, I got to put theory and study into practice.”

Once upon a time, Paola was working in Milan as a JavaScript programmer, when inspiration struck in the form of an advertisement for Cisco Networking Academy. She decided to enroll and found the practicality and hands-on learning tools offered in her courses ignited an enthusiasm for network design. Her success with Networking Academy led her to Switzerland, where she continues to pursue all her many passions.

Connecting recruiters with students who are graduating with skills needed in the field.

John Grindley

Working with Cisco helps us connect to students and people who will graduate and have careers in our field. It’s added a whole new layer to our business model.

Working with the NBA during the 2016 Rio Olympics, John Grindley was first introduced to Cisco Networking Academy via three Brazilian students assigned to help him with a specialized network deployment. Despite the language barrier, John was immediately struck by how well-trained and versatile his assistants were.

Returning home, John contacted the Networking Academy program to find out how his company, Straight Up Technologies, which specializes in creating networks for film companies and sports franchises, could become more involved. That connection has completely changed his business. Rather than fly employees all over the world, he contacts local institutions offering Networking Academy courses to recruit students who are already trained and eager for real-world experience to work closely with his engineers. Now John can’t imagine life without Networking Academy.

AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a commercial computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting software application. Developed and marketed by Autodesk, [1] AutoCAD was first released in December 1982 as a desktop app running on microcomputers with internal graphics controllers. [2] Before AutoCAD was introduced, most commercial CAD programs ran on mainframe computers or minicomputers, with each CAD operator (user) working at a separate graphics terminal. [3] Since 2010, AutoCAD was released as a mobile- and web app as well, marketed as AutoCAD 360.

AutoCAD is used in the industry, by architects, project managers, engineers, graphic designers, city planners and other professionals. It was supported by 750 training centers worldwide in 1994. [1]

Contents

AutoCAD was derived from a program that began in 1977, and then released in 1979 [4] called Interact CAD, [5] [6] [7] also referred to in early Autodesk documents as MicroCAD, which was written prior to Autodesk’s (then Marinchip Software Partners) formation by Autodesk cofounder Michael Riddle. [8] [9]

The first version by Autodesk was demonstrated at the 1982 Comdex and released that December. AutoCAD supported CP/M-80 computers. [10] As Autodesk’s flagship product, by March 1986 AutoCAD had become the most ubiquitous CAD program worldwide. [11] The 2020 release marked the 34th major release of AutoCAD for Windows. The 2019 release marked the ninth consecutive year of AutoCAD for Mac. The native file format of AutoCAD is .dwg. This and, to a lesser extent, its interchange file format DXF, have become de facto, if proprietary, standards for CAD data interoperability, particularly for 2D drawing exchange. [ citation needed ] AutoCAD has included support for .dwf, a format developed and promoted by Autodesk, for publishing CAD data.

Compatibility with other software Edit

ESRI ArcMap 10 permits export as AutoCAD drawing files. Civil 3D permits export as AutoCAD objects and as LandXML. Third-party file converters exist for specific formats such as Bentley MX GENIO Extension, PISTE Extension (France), ISYBAU (Germany), OKSTRA and Microdrainage (UK); [12] also, conversion of .pdf files is feasible, however, the accuracy of the results may be unpredictable or distorted. For example, jagged edges may appear. Several vendors provide online conversions for free such as Cometdocs.autoCAD commonly use in all purposes.

Language Edit

Auto CAD and AutoCAD LT are available for English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Czech, Polish and Hungarian, Albanian (also through additional language packs). [13] The extent of localization varies from full translation of the product to documentation only. The AutoCAD command set is localized as a part of the software localization.

Extensions Edit

AutoCAD supports a number of APIs for customization and automation. These include AutoLISP, Visual LISP, VBA, .NET and ObjectARX. ObjectARX is a C++ class library, which was also the base for:

  • products extending AutoCAD functionality to specific fields
  • creating products such as AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Electrical, AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • third-party AutoCAD-based application

There are a large number of AutoCAD plugins (add-on applications) available on the application store Autodesk Exchange Apps. [14] AutoCAD’s DXF, drawing exchange format, allows importing and exporting drawing information.

Vertical integration Edit

Autodesk has also developed a few vertical programs for discipline-specific enhancements such as:

  • AutoCAD Advance Steel
  • AutoCAD Architecture
  • AutoCAD CIVIL 3D
  • AutoCAD Electrical
  • AutoCAD ecscad
  • AutoCAD Map 3D
  • AutoCAD Mech
  • AutoCAD MEP
  • AutoCAD Structural Detailing
  • AutoCAD Utility Design
  • AutoCAD P&ID
  • AutoCAD Plant 3D

Since AutoCAD 2019 several verticals are included with AutoCAD subscription as Industry-Specific Toolset.

For example, AutoCAD Architecture (formerly Architectural Desktop) permits architectural designers to draw 3D objects, such as walls, doors, and windows, with more intelligent data associated with them rather than simple objects, such as lines and circles. The data can be programmed to represent specific architectural products sold in the construction industry, or extracted into a data file for pricing, materials estimation, and other values related to the objects represented.

Additional tools generate standard 2D drawings, such as elevations and sections, from a 3D architectural model. Similarly, Civil Design, Civil Design 3D, and Civil Design Professional support data-specific objects facilitating easy standard civil engineering calculations and representations.

Softdesk Civil was developed as an AutoCAD add-on by a company in New Hampshire called Softdesk (originally DCA). Softdesk was acquired by Autodesk, and Civil became Land Development Desktop (LDD), later renamed Land Desktop. Civil 3D was later developed and Land Desktop was retired.

AutoCAD LT Edit

AutoCAD LT is the lower cost version of AutoCAD, with reduced capabilities, first released in November 1993. Autodesk developed AutoCAD LT to have an entry-level CAD package to compete in the lower price level. Priced at $495, it became the first AutoCAD product priced below $1000. It was sold directly by Autodesk and in computer stores unlike the full version of AutoCAD, which must be purchased from official Autodesk dealers. AutoCAD LT 2015 introduced Desktop Subscription from $360 per year; as of 2018, three subscription plans were available, from $50 a month to a 3-year, $1170 license.

While there are hundreds of small differences between the full AutoCAD package and AutoCAD LT, there are a few recognized major differences [15] in the software’s features:

  • 3D Capabilities: AutoCAD LT lacks the ability to create, visualize and render 3D models as well as 3D printing.
  • Network Licensing: AutoCAD LT cannot be used on multiple machines over a network.
  • Customization: AutoCAD LT does not support customization with LISP, ARX, .NET and VBA.
  • Management and automation capabilities with Sheet Set Manager and Action Recorder.
  • CAD standards management tools.

AutoCAD 360 Edit

Formerly marketed as AutoCAD WS, AutoCAD 360 is an account-based mobile and web application enabling registered users to view, edit, and share AutoCAD files via mobile device and web [16] using a limited AutoCAD feature set — and using cloud-stored drawing files. The program, which is an evolution and combination of previous products, uses a freemium business model with a free plan and two paid levels — marketed as Pro ($4.99 monthly or $49.99 yearly) and Pro Plus ($99.99 yearly) — including various amounts of storage, tools, and online access to drawings. 360 includes new features such as a «Smart Pen» mode and linking to third-party cloud-based storage such as Dropbox. Having evolved from Flash-based software, AutoCAD 360 uses HTML5 browser technology available in newer browsers including Firefox and Google Chrome.

AutoCAD WS began with a version for the iPhone and subsequently expanded to include versions for the iPod Touch, iPad, Android phones, and Android tablets. [17] Autodesk released the iOS version in September 2010, [18] following with the Android version on April 20, 2011. [19] The program is available via download at no cost from the App Store (iOS), Google Play (Android) and Amazon Appstore (Android).

In its initial iOS version, AutoCAD WS supported drawing of lines, circles, and other shapes; creation of text and comment boxes; and management of color, layer, and measurements — in both landscape and portrait modes. Version 1.3, released August 17, 2011, added support for unit typing, layer visibility, area measurement and file management. [16] The Android variant includes the iOS feature set along with such unique features as the ability to insert text or captions by voice command as well as manually. [19] Both Android and iOS versions allow the user to save files on-line — or off-line in the absence of an Internet connection. [19]

In 2011, Autodesk announced plans to migrate the majority of its software to «the cloud», starting with the AutoCAD WS mobile application. [20]

According to a 2013 interview with Ilai Rotbaein, an AutoCAD WS Product Manager for Autodesk, the name AutoCAD WS had no definitive meaning, and was interpreted variously as Autodesk Web Service, White Sheet or Work Space. [21]

Student versions Edit

AutoCAD is licensed, for free, to students, educators, and educational institutions, with a 36-month renewable license available. The student version of AutoCAD is functionally identical to the full commercial version, with one exception: DWG files created or edited by a student version have an internal bit-flag set (the «educational flag»). When such a DWG file is printed by any version of AutoCAD (commercial or student) older than AutoCAD 2014 SP1 or AutoCAD 2019 and newer, the output includes a plot stamp/banner on all four sides. Objects created in the Student Version cannot be used for commercial use. Student Version objects «infect» a commercial version DWG file if they are imported in versions older than AutoCAD 2015 or newer than AutoCAD 2018. [22]

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