Dating a baker, you’ll never have to read the labels for hidden and unwelcome ingredients. They know how to judge the importance of individual parts by what they produce together in the end. At the end of a work day, bakers smell like toasted honey, wheat, yeast—aromas of wellness and security. Wellness and security are intensely attractive qualities in a potential mate. Bakers are skilled at turning the commonplace and the mundane—flour, butter, eggs, milk, sugar, salt, water—into works of visual and culinary art. Hard work and persistence are essential in the kitchen … Function is fine, but beauty is also vital to a baker’s success. One practical CE credit and 1 lecture CE credit will be awarded in the Medical Category for proof of certification.PLEASE RETAIN COPIES OF ALL RECORDS FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR AFTER THE EXPIRATION DATE OF YOUR LICENSE.Other Special Consideration credits may include Geriatrics, Special Needs, or Assessment Based Patient Management.*Operations category: All levels must have a minimum of 1 Emergency Preparedness credit.The IC must document thirty (30) credits of continuing education which must be earned during the three years your license is in effect.
Refer to the instructions contained in the online application for more information on how to apply.There’s no need to cringe when a baker says, “I’ll cook dinner tonight.” 2. Skill at kneading dough to perfection can come in handy during a back rub after a stressful day. Bakers have a good sense of proportion—in the kitchen and in a relationship.They understand that too much or too little of any essential ingredient can spoil an otherwise perfect creation. Someone who spends their time perfecting the alchemy of turning humble ingredients into golden delicacies may be more open than most to the mystery of romantic magic. Bakers understand that dough is just dough until it is fire-tested in the oven—and they can “stand the heat” of a growing relationship without feeling the need to “get out of the kitchen.” 6. Bakers know that a delicious pastry contains some ingredients that are unappetizing on their own. Bakers love it when their food receives appreciation and praise—and will reward you with even more delicious treats. An experienced baker knows that sometimes their recipes fall flat—and they aren’t afraid to start over. Bakers are patient, never abandoning a new loaf until it has been in the oven the proper amount of time. Bakers have excellent taste—they know what they like and stick with it.An EMT completing an EMT-Specialist course may be awarded specific credits as outlined in the "Standardized EMS CE Credit Guide".(5) Continuing education credit may be awarded for CE Programs approved by the Michigan Boards of Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Nursing, or Pharmacy toward your EMS license if directly related to the emergency medical scope of practice, as determined by the Department.