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3D Cyber Careers: An Overview
This explores exciting careers in the world's most fascinating industries. Learn how scientists at NASA animate flights over distant planets. See car designers at BMW's Design Works USA. Watch animators create computer effects for "An American Werewolf in Paris". Tour a virtual reality theme park. Contains live action, computer animation and an original score.
07-4438 27 min. $ 14.95 ©1997 1-888424-01-X

Accountants working either as consultants or employees are presented in various private and public sectors. Areas of involvement include costing, budgeting, taxes and property. The accountant as an auditor, concerned with control of records and statements, is examined. Education and professional associations are discussed.
07-0217 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1988

Advertising: Tricks Of The Trade
A highly successful merchant and an advertising executive talk about what they do to get you to buy products and services.
07-0078 30 min. $ 89.95

Air Transport/Flight Services
This program presents the flight crews of commercial airlines, pilots of smaller commercial aircraft and helicopters and flight attendants. Those involved detail their duties when preparing for a flight during and after a flight. Educational requirements, training procedures and background experience is noted.
07-0218 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1988

Air Transport/Ground Services
Ground service personnel such air traffic controller, radio operator, crew scheduler and ramp attendant portray their roles in the operation of an airport. Training and lifestyle are mentioned.
07-0219 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1988

The many activities of an architect are examined to emphasize the scope and complexity of this profession, as assignments can vary from the design of a residential landscape to the supervision of a world's fair site. Young grads are contrasted with accomplished masters. This program is interspersed with outstanding examples of architectural design work.
07-0220 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Assembling A New Bicycle
This video is an entry level training tool for the purpose of identifying Bicycle Components. Bicycle Shop Tools, and assembling a New Bicycle (using an ATB as the main model). This video is designed to save bicycle shops & retailers valuable time and expense.
07-5054 37 min. $ 39.95 ©1989

Auto Assembly Line General Repairman
Learn what it's like to be on the auto assembly line from a 15-year veteran of a Westland, Michigan auto manufacturing company. See how the cars are put together and learn the importance of Tom Molesky's "last man on the line" job.
07-0061 30 min. $ 89.95

Jeff Madden started Madden Educational Videos when he decided to use his expertise in the field of bartending to produce a "How To" video that could be used to replace the expensive bartending schools that are springing up throughout the country. The video guide, along with a handy drink recipe sheet that is included, covers everything the prospective bartender needs to know and do to obtain his first bartending job and adapt into anyone's system quickly and easily.
07-6695 29 min. $ 29.95

Being A Car Dealer
The business person Americans love to hate tell his side of the story.
07-0069 30 min. $ 89.95

Blueprints for Excellence: Clinical Practice Guidelines
More than ever before, health care professionals are moving to establish interdisciplinary guidelines for practice in all areas of patient care. The Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR) has been instrumental in developing effective guidelines for improving quality that are aimed at reducing unnecessary regional variations in care and procedure. The video shows nursing's role in developing the guidelines and how these are being used by nurses, other providers, and consumers in an array of clinical practice settings.
20-4240 35 min. $ 175 ©1994

Business and Data Processing Machine Operators
Men and women who operate the machines developed to improve the efficiency of business and data processing are featured. The machines used today vary from adding machine and simple calculator to the mainframe computer. Operators discuss the variety of skills required and the applications served. Required special training will be discussed.
07-0221 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Career Encounters: Advanced Practice Nursing
Advanced practice nurses (APNs) are helping to provide the much-needed primary and managed care services that have become less accessible due to rising medical costs and the increased complexity of treatment. In the dynamic video, see APNs at work in a variety of practice settings, and watch RNs training for advanced practice. A tool for nurse educators, nursing directors, guidance counselors, and recruiters for exposing students and nurses to a growing area in nursing.
07-4242 27 min. $ 125 ©1994

Career Encounters: Nursing
From the family interaction of home health care to the fast-paced unpredictability of the emergency room, the career choices offered within the nursing profession are tremendous. This recruitment video explores nursing as a career and showcases its wide range of opportunities.
07-4243 30 min. $ 175 ©1992

Career Moves: Physical Therapy
This video provides an overview of the profession of physical therapy. You'll meet a salaried physical therapist and a private practitioner, watch them at work, and learn first-hand what their jobs are like. A physical therapist intern offers educational advice and insider tips for students and a physical therapist assistant discusses how to enter the profession after completing just two years of college.
07-4283 18 min. $ 19.95 ©1995 0-9651252-0-3

Careers In Sales
A sales trainer, and employment agency owner, and an employer of sales people explore the varied and often lucrative careers available in sales.
07-0080 30 min. $ 89.95

Careers in Science: From Archaeologist to Zoologist
This informative, entertaining program surveys the wide-ranging world of careers in science. Interview conducted at the National Youth Science Camp add a personal touch, as students and presenters share fascinating stories about their goals, research, and work. Additional interviews with science professionals offer students a look at the diverse group of men and women working in science today. This program also describes aptitude, skills, education and training, and work activities common to science careers. Some of the fields represented in the program are: aeronautics, astronomy and space exploration, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, ecology, geology, genetics, mathematics, medicine, physics, and technology-related careers.
07-4295 20 min. $ 79 ©1996 1-56450-292-9

Careers in Travel
Includes descriptions of the job requirements, benefits, salaries and opportunities for all types of jobs in the travel industry. Details travel agency operations, airline, hotel, car rental, tour company, cruise line and other opportunities.
07-4426 30 min. $ 39.95 ©1995

Careers Without College
It doesn't take a college education to realize that a college education is not for everyone. Many go on to college simply because they don't know what else to do. Others spend four years of study and a lot of money only to wind up with a piece of paper and no real job guarantees. This program spells out some of the other options available to today's high school graduates. Through humorous scenes, objective narration, and interviews with real people, the viewer will follow fictional, average students as they explore the possibilities before them. Edited in the MTV-style that young adults identify with.
07-4296 30 min. $ 79.95 ©1995 1-56450-251-1

Caregiver's Guide for Oral Health
Professional and non-professional caregivers will find this an invaluable tool in meeting the oral health needs of the people they care for. In simple, easy-to-follow steps, dental geriatrics specialist Dr. Jeff Astroth shows how to assist with basic oral hygiene; conduct an oral exam; and spot potential problems. With the information in this tape, people will be able to tackle the task with confidence and ease.
20-4035 23 min. $ 19.95 ©1994

This program includes occupations concerned with constructing, renovating and maintaining wooden structures using power saws, planes, hammers and other carpentry tools. Levels of advancement are noted from apprenticeship to journeyman, foreman and contractor. The role of the union in hiring practices is also explained.
07-0222 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Chips: Highway Patrolman
Join Rick Porterfield, 34, on a typical day as one of the elite California Motorcycle Patrol: and find out what it took to get there. Rick started riding motorcycles when he was 15 and waited nine years for his dream assignment with the patrol to become a reality. Rick feels television portrayals of this profession are false and tells you why.
07-0055 30 min. $ 89.95

Civil Engineering
Civil engineers work in a variety of responsibilities in government, industry and private consulting practice. They are shown at their jobs in design, quality control, project supervision and top-level administration in such areas as transportation, building construction, utilities and environment-related projects. Educational background and professional associations are noted.
07-0223 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Clerk: Bank, Insurance And Commerce
Clerks responsible for the maintenance of financial records, the exchange of funds and statistics are the subject of this program. They discuss their duties at insurance, banking and customer service facilities. Brief mention will be made of advancement opportunities and amenities.
07-0224 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Coal Miner
At age 32, Eddie Gilmore has spent one-third of his life in the coal mines of Big Stone Gap, Virginia. Come with Eddie, section foreman, at 8:00 in the morning as he and his crew put on their "bankers' suit" - what they call their work clothes-and travel two and one-half miles underground to their destination deep within the black caverns of the mines.
07-0045 30 min. $ 89.95

Coast Guard Pilot
Take a look at how Chris Dewhurst flies dangerous search and rescue missions for the U.S. Coast Guard as a helicopter pilot. Go along with Chris as he patrols to save lives over the nation's coastlines and waterways.
07-0058 30 min. $ 89.95

Community Planning
This video program presents an in-depth look at the role and importance of a community planner in today's society. Planners come from different educational backgrounds and are engaged in solving problems such as densely populated areas, traffic, the need for parks and green belts, easy accessibility to schools and churches and the protection of the environment.
07-0226 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Computer Programming And Systems Analysis
Enter the world of computers as systems analysts and programmers. Plan, implement and control electronic data processing services and computer systems. Featured areas of specialization include the use of electronic resources and computer graphics. Educational programs at the university level are discussed.
07-0227 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Cosmetic And Personal Services
Occupations concerned with grooming and personal care for men and women are the topic of this informative video. Cosmetologist, barbers, hairdressers and manicurists are spotlighted at their jobs, discussing their backgrounds and interests. Various training procedures and opportunities are also included.
07-0228 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

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Critical Thinking in Nursing
This video looks at the devastating true story of nurse Eunice Rivers and the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study in which 400 African American men were left untreated for the disease in order to provide data for government study. It underscores the need for analysis, reason, and independent thinking at all levels of nursing practice. This emotionally resonant case brings forth a number of thought-provoking social and ethical issues ideal for developing critical thinking in undergraduate and graduate students and nurses at all levels.
20-4238 43 min. $ 140 ©1993

Dental Hygienics
Private practice, public clinics and the military provide the background for an occupation concerned with supportive work in the field of dentistry. Hygienists demonstrate their duties in the care and treatment of patients. Educational programs are reviewed, with career opportunities noted.
07-0229 15 min. $ 24.95 ©1919

Dentists are shown at different stages of their careers examining, diagnosing, preventing and treating ailments of the gums, teeth and jaw structures. A comprehensive picture is presented as family dentists and specialists discuss the rewards, demands and stresses of the field. Degree programs and professional associations are reviewed.
07-0230 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Dr. Warren Strudick, surgical intern at Stanford University Medical Center, shows you what it's really like to be a first-year medical school intern. He talks about the rewards and drawbacks of working long hours taking care of patients while also learning the science of medicine.
07-0057 30 min. $ 89.95

Those who prepare detailed drawings to specified dimensions are spotlighted. Typical areas of specialization include architectural, engineering, commercial and topographical drafting. Management views of skills, amenities and training programs are discussed.
07-0231 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Electrical And Electronic Engineering
Here is a comprehensive survey of engineers in occupations related to electrical energy. Areas of specialization covered are fiber optics, satellite, telephone, recording, audio and electrical power. Educational requirements via university or technical school programs are discussed.
07-0232 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1900

Elementary And Secondary Education
While the motivations to teach are unique to individual educators, certain elements are common to all. This program attempts to point out these shared characteristics and to emphasize that teaching cannot be reduced to a mechanical process.
07-0233 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Emergency Response Vehicles
Lights, siren, action! An exciting educational video about Emergency Vehicles and their Operators. Police cars, motorcycles, air boats, airplanes, firetrucks and more. See these in action and hear from the experts that operate them. If you're interested in a career in emergency and rescue, this will lead you in the right direction.
07-4276 55 min. $ 19.95 ©1994

Financial Business Services
Occupations featured in this program are concerned specifically with the management of money within the business world. Included are investment counselors, securities brokers, trust officers and mortgage underwriters. Bank, insurance companies, stock brokerage firms and other large corporations provide the setting. Educational backgrounds often include degrees in commerce and accounting.
07-0234 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Fire Prevention And Firefighting
Featured are occupations concerned with the general prevention and fighting of fires in both government service and private industry. Several locations are used to demonstrate the wide range of equipment employed, the skills required and the types of emergencies that may arise. Related roles such as emergency rescue and disaster relief are introduced. Senior personnel discuss the training programs for new recruits and their respective organizations.
07-0235 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

This is the story of George Kreuscher, 40, who has been a veteran of the New York City fire department for the previous 18 years. George put his degree in respiratory training to good use as a member of the highly trained Rescue Company Number 1 in Mid-town Manhattan.
07-0042 30 min. $ 89.95

Come with fisherman Lennon Nance, 49, at 4:00 a.m. as he takes off from Calabash, North Carolina in his shrimp boat, "The Hank." Then join Lennon and his wife and brothers as they prepare the day's catch in the family's coastal seafood restaurant.
07-0054 30 min. $ 89.95

Forestry Sciences
Occupations concerned with studying, developing and controlling forest lands are examined. Scientists and technicians involved in these areas are shown at their jobs from research to its practical application. Conservation categories are included from tree nursery superintendents to forest fire fighters. Educational background is included.
07-0236 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Graphic Arts
Occupations in this program include commercial design, artists, layout, scenery, display, sign painters, art supervisors and medical illustrators. Shown at work in advertising agencies, design firms, manufacturing companies and others, the people doing these jobs outline the skills and training required and explain how they become involved in their particular occupations.
07-0237 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Grit and Grace of Being a Caregiver
Caregiving can be both bane and blessing. Whether you're a professional or working with those who need your care this presentation will be informative and validating. Reveals and explains seven guiding principles for healthy caregiving. Each principle is a paradox; the conclusion is a stirring affirmation of the live-giving possibilities caregiving can offer.
07-4066 36 min. $ 39.95 ©1993

Hazards Of Being A Therapist
Dr. Goldberg, a part-time psychotherapist, trades stories with three other therapists about the joys, risks and bruises of their business.
07-0113 30 min. $ 89.95

Horse Trainer
Join Florida cutting horse trainer, Ralph Adkinson, as he trains horses to bring out their natural ability to work cattle for competition. Watch as Ralph teaches his horse how to work with cattle.
07-0059 30 min. $ 89.95

Household Economics
The science of household economics in both private industry and government service is examined. Shown are the design of consumer appliances, research, and implementing public programs. The various occupations in this category are highlighted with respect to required educational background, nature of work and employer organization.
07-0238 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Insulating And Roofing Occupations
Construction workers who specialize in reducing the passage of heat, cold or sound are shown in on-the-job situations. Varied occupations demonstrate the skills required in working with asbestos, fiberglass and styrofoam for insulation; asphalt, tar, cedar and concrete for roofing. Union representatives explain their role in this fascinating career.
07-0239 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Library And Archival Science
Cataloguer, film librarian, archival documenter, music librarian and archival conservator are examples of the specialized areas presented. In addition to independent activities, those involved are shown serving the public in a variety of ways. Basic educational requirements as well as grad studies are noted.
07-0240 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Life of the Alaskan Logger
Dramatic real-life scenes of loggers falling and logging monster old-growth timber, from the stump to the water; including the lifestyles and family activities of these loggers, isolated in a remote Alaskan logging camp. Experience and share with these real-life loggers the rewards and dangers of their work.
07-4053 80 min. $ 19.95 ©1990

Management - Private Enterprise
The role of management in the corporate world is examined. While the actual positions vary widely, basic skills and duties are consistent throughout sales, personnel, production, advertising, purchasing, transportation and communications, to name a few. Management is presented from a range of firms up to the multinational corporation. Educational and personal backgrounds are offered for a better understanding of these positions.
07-0241 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Automotive aircraft, motorcycle, diesel, refrigeration and heavy equipment mechanics are shown working at various repair facilities. The major area of concern is the maintenance and repair of equipment powered by electrical and internal combustion engines. Progression through the trade from apprenticeship to journeyman certification is examined.
07-0243 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Medical Laboratory Technology
This program studies those who are involved in the laboratory procedures that provide the medical profession with support in the prevention and treatment of disease. Specialization areas included are blood bank, biochemistry, hematology, histology and microbiology.
07-0244 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

The practice of medicine is presented so that one can understand medical career areas of specialization such as psychiatry, neurology, radiology and the family practitioner. Educational requirements and medical associations are also discussed.
07-0245 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Meet NIC: The Nursing Interventions Classification
There are many standardized languages for promoting the uniform expression of key ideas. But up until now, nursing had only one comprehensive language, NANDA, used for describing nursing diagnosis. This is a concise introduction to this innovative classification language, detailing the incalculable benefits of putting NIC into practice. Administrators, staff nurses, faculty members, and nursing students can learn how this classification system will affect the future of the profession.
20-4241 40 min. $ 190 ©1994

Nursing And Paramedical
The well-known aspects of nursing and specialties such as outpost nursing and public health nursing are featured as well as paramedical services. Filmed on location, individuals involved discuss their training and motivations for selecting this field.
07-0247 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Nursing Research a Comprehensive Approach
The scope is exceptionally broad. No other discipline supports research that explores so many significant relationships between the physiological, the psychosocial, the political, and the economic dimensions that affect health care at every level. This video highlights some of the most advanced, interdisciplinary studies today. The video looks at how gender issues, multi-cultural values, lifestyles, and issues of access to health care affect individuals in their communities. Anyone interested in the future of health care and nursing will be amazed to see the complex, multifaceted work nursing researchers are currently undertaking.
20-4239 33 min. $ 175 ©1994

Optometrists are presented examining eyes, prescribing and fitting eye glasses and contact lenses. Areas of responsibility with respect to referring patients to medical practitioners are noted. Special skills required in the use of optometric aids are demonstrated by those involved, and licensing procedures are mentioned.
07-0248 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Join paramedic Bill Olsen, whose job is to save lives by bringing the "emergency room on the road" to the patient. Learn what is really takes to be in this "no second chance" profession preparation, a strong stomach, faith,--patience and complete confidence in one's teammates.
07-0060 30 min. $ 89.95

Parole Agent
G.A. Patrick has been a parole agent for the California Department of Corrections for 26 years. Learn what it's really like to work in the law enforcement from a man who began his career as a correctional officer at San Quentin Prison.
07-0046 30 min. $ 89.95

In this program the pharmacist's job is examined in the retail outlet and in the hospital. Industrial pharmacists are studied as they are involved in the development of new drugs, the improvement of existing ones and the development of equipment for production of new products. The pharmacologist is shown in the research of the relationship between drugs and other substances which eventually lead to the development of new drugs.
07-0250 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Photographic Processing
Photographic and motion picture processing laboratories are the subject of this video program. Occupations such as color timers, printer operators, film mounters, copy camera persons and developing machine operators are examined. Also included is a discussion of optical sound transfer in the context of the overall working environment. Internal training programs and the unique working conditions are introduced.
07-0251 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

The diverse field of photography is examined, from medical photographer to the cinematographer, including news, portrait and television. Various individuals are shown to contrast the artistic and technical aspects of practicing photography. The mobility of the freelancer is introduced.
07-0252 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Physical Education: Who Needs It? and Why Study It?
This upbeat program inspires students to learn more about the field of Physical Education while dispelling common myths. The challenges and opportunities in the area are graphically illustrated by showing that Physical Education not only teaches the tremendous diversity of sports and the importance of physical fitness, but also the scope of the field. Through interviews with coaches, professional athletes and physiologists, the program shows how physical education has come to encompass such varied fields as nutrition, biology, physiology, and sports psychology.
01-4307 40 min. $ 69.95 ©1995 1-56450-288-0

Pipefitting And Plumbing
Tradespersons concerned with installing and repairing pipelines and plumbing for distributing water, gas, steam and other materials discuss the nature of their job and working conditions. A brief outline of the apprentice and journeyman certification program is included.
07-0253 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Police service on a local and county basis is examined. The training, day-to-day duties, shift work, motivation and risk factors involved with police work are brought to light. Areas of duty, such as traffic, fraud, theft and morality are mentioned along with promotion possibilities. Both urban and rural situations are shown.
07-0254 15 min. $ 24.95

The people of the printing industry are featured in various printing and binding operations. The different duties and processes are discussed by those who are responsible for the operation of the equipment. A union rep comments on the overall industry and opportunities in general.
07-0255 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Professional Sports
Athletes are examined in terms of skills, demands and requirements, uncertainties that are common to most major sports, as well as the rewards. While the participation of these athletes in actual competition is featured, they are also shown in business and community responsibilities. Mention is made of the increasing role of agents and associations.
07-0256 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

The application of experimental, therapeutic, research and applied psychology within business, universities, government and private practice is examined. Besides defining the distinctions between various disciplines, the education and experience required to fill this type of occupation is described. Information pertaining to certification procedures is noted.
07-0257 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Retailing And Merchandising
This program presents a cross-section of employees in retail sales from small outlets to department store chains. Featured are occupations which provide a service, a convenience or a resource to customers. Furniture, clothing, shoe and ski stores are typical of the background locations used.
07-0259 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Sales - Commodities
The general role and lifestyle of commodity salespersons is depicted with special mention of irregular hours, commission income and other considerations unique to sales positions. Commodity sales represented include automobiles, furniture, appliances, business machines, electronic products and publications.
07-0225 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Secretarial Services
From the executive and administrative secretary with top-level responsibilities, to the clerk typist who has just left high school, the essential role this occupation plays in any organization is examined. The scope and variety of opportunities with secretarial sciences in explored. Specific skills, advancement procedures, advantages and amenities are also mentioned.
07-0260 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Social Work
Occupations featured are those involved in the diagnosis, treatment and counseling of social problems affecting individuals and communities. Examples are home visitor, guidance counselor, case worker and group home counselor. Educational requirements and association affiliations are mentioned.
07-0261 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Sports - Attendants And Support Services
The many support occupations necessary to the function of professional sporting operations are investigated. The duties and qualifications required for such occupations as equipment manager, caddie, ice maker, jockey, valet and scoreboard operator are explained. While working, these people discuss their jobs and their relationship with players, coaches, officials and management.
07-0262 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Three Cops
Three police officers, two men and a woman, compare the portrayal of their profession on television with the real day-to-day life of a cop.
07-0110 30 min. $ 89.95

Three Surgeons Open Up
Three surgeons share their experiences in coping with the pressures of life and death. Two videotapes, 30 minutes each, available as a set.
07-0109 60 min. $ 179.95

Features Laura McKenzie.
07-4180 60 min. $ 79.95 ©1991 1-56450-101-9
07-4181 25 min. $ 69.95 ©1994 1-56450-171-X
07-4184 35 min. $ 79.95 ©1992 1-56450-140-X
07-4183 40 min. $ 69.95 ©1994 1-56450-169-8
07-4182 30 min. $ 69.95 ©1993 1-56450-170-1

Two Successful Trial Attorneys
Two successful trial attorneys, Jack McManus and Don Eisenberg, talk about the joys and personal costs of being a courtroom gladiator, and reveal the unique make-up of verbal battlers.
07-0107 30 min. $ 89.95

Utilities Equipment Operation
The operators of a variety of stationary equipment such as air compressors, boilers, heating and ventilation systems, pumps and refrigerators are depicted. Included are utilities operators involved with powerhouses, substations and pumping stations. Internal procedures and certification regulations are explained.
07-0263 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

Spend time with Dr. Nora Matthews, Cornell Graduate and Veterinarian, as she treats domestic pets and also helps farmers with their cattle in upstate New York.
07-0056 30 min. $ 89.95

Veterinarians in various type of private and public employment are the subject of this program. Areas featured are public health, disease research, manufacturing consultancy and rural domestic practice. Veterinary assistants are included along with reference to governing organizations and education prerequisites.
07-4279 30 min. $ 29.95 ©1988

Individual occupations correspond to standard occupational classification titles found in many other sources of career information. Each tape contains descriptions of occupations within a broad segment of the work world.
07-0177 30 min. $ 79.95 ©1990
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Video Guide to Casino Gaming Careers
Gaming is one of the fastest growing industries in America today. The "Video Guide to Casino Gaming Careers" shows all the techniques needed to successfully break into the exciting casino industry as a highly paid casino dealer.
07-4423 34 min. $ 24.95 ©1996

Visual Arts
A realistic view of those who have chosen careers in the world of art. Included are realist and abstract painters, sculptors in steel, bronze, stone and wood, print makers and ceramicists. Each artist is shown creating his or her special form of art. The formal development of artistic talent is introduced.
07-0264 15 min. $ 29.95 ©1986

The Vocational Visions Career Series is designed to increase career awareness by providing high school and vocational students with information that will help them make appropriate career decisions. It includes interviews with people in various occupations to provide useful information in a lively and personal format that makes viewing fun as well as educational!
07-6946 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-062-4
07-6945 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-061-6
07-6941 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-057-8
07-6944 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-060-8
07-6940 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-056-X
07-6938 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-054-3
07-6943 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-059-4
07-6937 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-053-5
07-6939 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-055-1
07-6942 15 min. $ 39.95 ©1989 1-56450-058-6

When the Fire Whistle Blows
Learn about men and women who are volunteer firefighters. The producer of the program joined his local volunteer fire company. The first year he responded to calls and trained like every new member. For the second year, he videotaped every call he could make. At the end of the second year, four firefighters were interviewed in depth about being volunteers. They say why they really do it, explain how much of their life it consumes, and describe why the risks are worth it.
07-4005 26 min. $ 15.95 ©1992

Acclaimed author and respected consultant Noelle Nelson, Ph.D, has helped attorneys at the nation's top law firms win cases and maximize jury awards. Learn what it takes to prepare for that important litigation and to present yourself and your witness in a credible manner.
07-4199 20 min. $ 39.95 ©1993 1-56450-177-9
07-4197 20 min. $ 39.95 ©1993 1-56450-173-6
07-4202 20 min. $ 39.95 ©1993 1-56450-180-9
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