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con·tin·u·ing ed·u·ca·tion

(kŏn-tinyū-ing edyū-kāshŭn)
Systematic professional learning experiences designed to augment knowledge and skills of health care professionals; education completed after the initial educational program; required for relicensure in some fields.

con·tin·u·ing ed·u·ca·tion

(kŏn-tinyū-ing edyū-kāshŭn)
Systematic professional learning experiences designed to augment knowledge and skills of health care professionals.
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Inspectors commended Adult Education Wolverhampton for the exceptionally high achievement rates, high quality teaching, excellent resources, good levels of support and for making learning really enjoyable.
The adult education budget supports eligible learners aged 19 and over and provides them with the skills and learning they need to equip them for work, an apprenticeship, or other learning.
A joint technical committee in the field of information and communication will be established to monitor the adult education programme at national, regional and local levels.
Also under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, adult education providers such as CLC are part of the workforce development in their local communities to meet the needs of both employers and the workforce," said Dr.
"RIDE the same state agency that oversees Rhode Island's public school system generally also oversees the CBO adult education providers.
The state's adult education programs do many things, Miles said, from bolstering English-language skills to teaching workplace behavior to helping prison inmates prepare for jobs on the outside.
The content of the Journal is in many ways an archive of the changing practices of adult learning and has documented the policy context of adult education, which has a rich history.
In private schools, exams among morning adult education centres (Abu Dhabi, Al Wathba and Education Care Centres) for grade six to nine, will be organised from December 14 to 18.
However, retaining adult students is a continuing challenge for providers of adult education (Wonacott, 2001).
Eastern Time, OCTAE will host a webinar on WIOA, providing a broad overview of the legislation, key dates for implementation, and useful information on resources and materials for adult education and literacy partners and stakeholders.
In this monograph on formal adult education we read about research on education conducted at a global level.

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