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retrain

(rē″trān′)
To instruct a person in a skill or trade different from his or her previous work. One may learn how to use new tools for a familiar task or to expand one's professional qualifications and employability.
retraining (″trān′ing)
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Coeur Du Lion will continue to contest retrained racehorse classes this summer before going to Buckinghamshire to take part in the National Side Saddle Championships in August.
The Nagasaki District Court said the two applied for the money through the Nagazaki prefectural government by falsely claiming the company retrained workers between 1999 and 2001 to qualify for state job-retraining aid.
In the first phase of the experiment, 10 government typists were retrained on the Dvorak keyboard.
More important, however, recall improved markedly for subjects who quickly learned words after the first presentation and were retrained at longer intervals.
A healthy crowd enjoyed the exploits of horses who had "been trained to run, retrained for fun", showing their expertise and obvious enjoyment in showing, dressage, eventing, polo, showjumping, endurance, team chasing, and horseball.
Owned, ridden and retrained by Liz Kettle, from Mickleby near Whitby, Coeur Du Lion won the Ridden Horse Championship.
Former North Wales MOD technician Michael Glynn who retrained as a driving instructor after being made redundant
The EIDC launched its work force development program earlier this year with a $517,000 state grant that retrained 300 employees from 105 companies.
Robert Richardson, 28, retrained to teach in primary schools after Ministers said they wanted more male teachers to act as role models for boys.
In addition, agents are now retrained to provide support across multiple lines of business - further enhancing their productivity and transforming the working environment at TD Waterhouse UK's contact center.
After completion of retraining undergo three months instead of 6 clients to test retrained in the profession.
I've never come across a racehorse that couldn't be retrained to do another job," says Fred Cook, one of a growing band of horsemen dedicated to finding different pursuits for thoroughbreds who have come to the end of their racing careers.