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SYA S askatchewan Y outh A pprenticeship – raises awareness of apprenticeship in Saskatchewan schools by helping young people discover what rewards come with being a Youth Apprentice and working in the skilled trades. SYA enhances student career development by exploring the world of opportunities skilled trades offer Saskatchewan youth.

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Being a Youth Apprentice is a great way to learn job skills while earning money. It combines hands-on learning where experts in a trade (called journeypersons) pass on their knowledge and expertise to employees (called apprentices) right on the job. This practical training is combined with periods of technical training.

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Besides getting a head start on career planning and having a record of your achievements, youth who complete all three levels and register as an apprentice in a designated trade within five years receive the following benefits:

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SYA Industry Scholarships are awarded to selected, eligible high school graduates throughout the province who have completed the SYA Program and will be pursuing a career in the skilled trades. The scholarships, valued at $1,000 each, will be awarded to graduating students nominated by selected provincial high schools each June. Read more about the SYA Industry Scholarships and how to qualify . What are the four steps of apprenticeship? 1. Find an employer willing to provide the necessary on-the-job training and supervision. 2. Sign an apprenticeship contract with the employer and register it with the SATCC. 3. Work and learn on the job, and attend and successfully complete your technical training. 4. Write your journeyperson examination and pass with a minimum of 70%. When youth register as an apprentice following high school, how many hours of trade time do they receive credit for due to their high school Practical and Applied Arts classes? Review this document regarding high school credits and apprenticeship trade time hoursfor more information. waiver of registration fee (currently$200)* no charge for Level 1 technical training tuition* 300 hours of trade time credit**
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Taking Back The Story
##### Nation

By Sara Carter | June 27, 2018 | 10:48 PM EST

Peter Strzok was questioned behind closed doors on Capitol Hill on Wednesday The embattled, anti-Trump FBI agent attempted to explain his vehement bias against President Donald Trump
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H ouse Judiciary and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee members grilled embattled, anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok behind closed doors on Capitol Hill Wednesday, as he attempted to explain his vehement bias against President Donald Trump, his senior role in the alleged Trump-Russia collusion investigation, and the exoneration of Hillary Clinton for her use of a private server while she was Secretary of State.

Strzok, who evaded a subpoena from House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), voluntarily appeared at the hearing. Thousands of Strzok’s anti-Trump text messages, which he exchanged with former FBI lawyer and his paramour, Lisa Page, sparked anger from Republicans (and criticism from some Democrats) who contend that senior members of the FBI utilized their power and political leanings to target Trump both before and after the 2016 election.

Freedom Caucus Judiciary Committee member, Matt Gaetz (R-FL) attended today’s deposition and reacted to Strzok’s testimony, telling theSean Hannity Radio Show,“… I am shocked at the lack of curiosity with Robert Mueller. I mean Sean, if you were in Mueller’s shoes, and you had found these text messages, I would think that you would want to ask whether or not they impact the investigative decisions that were made, whether there was bias, whether there was contact with other members of the FBI regarding the investigation and where it was going and who was making the critical judgment calls,” the Florida Congressman said. “I just cannot believe the lack of curiosity on the part of Robert Mueller. It was the strongest reaction I had today from Peter Strzok’s testimony.”

Freedom Caucus member, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL)-who was also in attendance- told SaraACarter.com, “It was a waste—Strzok is full of it and he kept hiding behind [the] classified information excuse.”

DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on the FBI’s handling of the Clinton investigation noted Strzok’s bias against Trump in the Russia investigation but didn’t state whether or not it affected the outcome of the investigation. Horowitz is expected to release a third report on Strzok (along with other senior FBI officials) and his role in the Russia investigation and the bureau’s use of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants to target short-term Trump campaign volunteer, Carter Page.

Strzok, who was one of the bureau’s top counterintelligence agents against China and Russia, was escorted out of FBI headquarters shortly after Horowitz released his report. Attorney, Lisa Page resigned from the bureau after the text message fall-out and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired just days before his retirement after Horowitz and the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility concluded he had lied about leaking information to the press numerous times under oath.

Other senior FBI officials have also been fired or resigned as a result of the fall-out from the ongoing congressional and Inspector General investigations.

President Trump criticized Congress for not making the Strzok hearing public.

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Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) who was at the deposition Wednesday, told saraacarter.com that Strzok should be back to testify at an opening hearing.

The Judiciary Committee tweeted on Tuesday, “Peter Strzok will be interviewed first in a closed-door deposition. There will be classified information to sort through before a public hearing is held. A public hearing will be held!”

The hearing of Peter Strzok and the other hating frauds at the FBI DOJ should be shown to the public on live television, not a closed door hearing that nobody will see. We should expose these people for what they are – there should be total transparency!

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Theorem 4
\begin{aligned} \left| {P\left( {W_{n} \le {w_0}} \right) - {P_{\overline{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) } \right| \le \frac{{{P_{\overline{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) \left( {1 - {P_{\overline{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) } \right) }}{{{p_{\overline{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0} + 1} \right) }}\sum \limits _{i = 1}^n {\min \left\{ {{\alpha _i},\frac{{{\beta _i} - {\alpha _i}}}{{{w_0} + 1}}} \right\} , } \end{aligned}
\begin{aligned} \alpha _i = 1 - {p^{r_{n,i}}_{n,i}} - {r_{n,i}}{{q_{n,i}}}{p^{r_{n,i}}_{n,i}}\; { and }\; \beta _i = {r_{n,i}}\left( {{p^{ - {r_{n,i}}}_{n,i}} - 1 - {r_{n,i}}{{q_{n,i}}}{p^{r_{n,i}}_{n,i}}} \right) . \end{aligned}
\begin{aligned} \left| {P\left( {W_{n} \le {w_0}} \right) - {P_{\bar{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) } \right| \le \sum \limits _{i = 1}^n {\sum \limits _k {\frac{{k\left( {k - 1} \right) }}{{{r_{n,i}} + k - 1}}C_{{r_{n,i}} + k - 1}^k{q^k_{n,i}}{p^{r_{n,i}}_{n,i}}\mathop {\sup }\limits _{w \ge k} {f_{{C_{{w_0}}}}}\left( w \right) } }. \end{aligned}
\begin{aligned}\left| {P\left( {W_{n} \le {w_0}} \right) - {P_{\bar{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) } \right| \\\quad \le \displaystyle \frac{{{P_{\bar{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) \left( {1 - {P_{\bar{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) } \right) }}{{{p_{\bar{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0} + 1} \right) }}\sum \limits _{i = 1}^n {\sum \limits _k {\frac{{k\left( {k - 1} \right) }}{{{r_{n,i}} + k - 1}}C_{{r_{n,i}} + k - 1}^k{q^k_{n,i}}{p^{r_{n,i}}_{n,i}}} \min \left\{ {\frac{1}{{{w_0} + 1}},\frac{1}{k}} \right\} } \\\quad \le \displaystyle \frac{{{P_{\bar{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) \left( {1 - {P_{\bar{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0}} \right) } \right) }}{{{p_{\bar{{\lambda _n}}} }\left( {{w_0} + 1} \right) }}\sum \limits _{i = 1}^n {\min \left\{ {{\alpha _i},\frac{{{\beta _i} - {\alpha _i}}}{{{w_0} + 1}}} \right\} , } \\ \end{aligned}

Hence, the theorem is proved. $$\square$$

In the same way as in Remarks 3, we notice that ( ) is a special case of Theorem 4 with $$r_{n,i} = 1; n=1,2,\ldots ; i = 1,2,\ldots n.$$

We conclude this paper with the following comments. The received results in this paper are extensions and generalizations of results in Teerapabolarn and Wongkasem ( ), Teerapabolarn ( , ). The results would be more interesting and valuable if the discussed negative-binomial random variables in this paper are dependent. We shall take this up in the next study.

All authors contributed equally and significantly to this work. All authors drafted the manuscript. Both authors read and approved the final manuscript.

### Acknowledgements

The authors would like to express their gratitude to the referees for valuable comments and suggestions. The research was supported by the Vietnam’s National Foundation for Science and Technology Development (NAFOSTED, Vietnam) under Grant 101.01-2010.02.

### Competing interests

The authors declare that they have no competing interests.