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The CEU, which only operates in the capital, is the only international college with no arm elsewhere.
CEUs and contact hours are two different methods used to recognize and award professionals for enhancing and maintaining knowledge needed to remain current and credible for a specific discipline or skill.
This one CEU course is just the tip of the iceberg for AGRC.
The planning process took about two months, a time frame Blair House recommends as the minimum for other communities planning to offer CEU courses.
This present study seeks to evaluate the effect of the CEU collaborative model when compared with the standard facilitation model, where the supervisor of clinical education 'roves' around a number of areas which he/she may or may not be familiar.
I want to take this opportunity to thank Kathleen Rakestraw for her vision and follow-through in making it possible that we now have a CEU program, an associate editor, and a Web-based review process.
Receive 25 Category A CEU Contact Hours and option to attend free 3-Contact Hour Prof.
But enrollment in the two-year mining program is at an all-time low, and CEU recently lost about $60,000 in grant money that paid for one of the instructors.
Though only one of many nations to support the Global War on Terrorism, Thailand's CEU mission represented the country's first military deployment outside of Southeast Asia since the Korean War and the first coalition deployment with the United States since the Vietnam War.
The CEU registration fee is $35 in addition to your Conference registration fee.
NEHA grants one continuing-education unit (CEU) for use of the OTSDS, and the Florida Department of Health grants one CEU toward septic-tank contractor training.
Our services include: food service operations, nutritional management/registered dietitians, housekeeping and linen management, menu and recipe programs, staff development with CEU credits, and our Personal Touch[TM] Clothing program.