Training Programs

Some articles on training programs, programs, training:

Bureau Of Health Professions - Other Health Professions Programs - Training Programs
... These funds also support students and faculty in programs designed to increase the number of nurses, pediatricians and primary care providers ...
Sanford–Brown Institute Northloop - Training Programs
... offers choices in a variety of healthcare programs ... If attended on a full-time basis, programs can typically be completed in as little as 9 to 20 months ... Programs include hands-on instruction in laboratory settings and many include full-time unpaid externships ...
National Power Training Institute - Activities
... NPTI has several short-term and long-term training programs to meet the urgent and long term needs and objectives of the power sector and allied industries ... trained more than 140,000 power professionals in regular programs for over four decades ... Hydro, Thermal, Power Systems, Total Quality Management, Executive Development Training etc ...
Maxfacs - In Australia, New Zealand, and North America
... surgery requires 4–6 years of further formal university training after dental school (DDS, BDent, DMD or BDS) ... Four-year residency programs grant a certificate of specialty training in oral and maxillofacial surgery ... Six-year residency programs grant the specialty certificate in addition to a medical degree (MD, DO, MBBS, MBChB etc.) ...
Job Training Partnership Act Of 1982 - Provisions - Federally Administered Programs - Training To Fulfill Affirmative Action Obligations
... Permits contractors to establish or participate in training programs for eligible individuals which are designed to assist such contractors in meeting specified affirmative action obligations ... Sets forth requirements for such training programs ... Directs the Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs to promulgate regulations for affirmative action compliance review of such training programs ...

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