Translation of continuing education in Spanish:

continuing education

educación para adultos, n.

noun

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    educación para adultos feminine
    • To say continuing education is important for golf course superintendents is an understatement.
    • It certainly is a challenging time for continuing education professionals.
    • Several nurses called to find out information on continuing education courses.
    • The school wishes to plan for the future and to respond to the needs of the community in regard to adult and continuing education.
    • I recommend they go to a community college or continuing education course to learn how to run a business.
    • Talk to your current continuing education students or work with a skilled media planner.
    • It provides the latest developments in continuing education and workforce development.
    • There are continuing education courses, personal trainers, committees, and councils to fuss over.
    • Also affecting any continuing education curriculum are the various code changes in the works.
    • A smart option is to let your current continuing education students help decide the content of your Web site.
    • These are staffed by trained health workers supported by a system of continuing education.
    • Commercial entities exist to make a profit, and they are driven to exploit what they see as a huge market in continuing education.
    • The university received the tuition money and provided continuing education units.
    • Essentially, there are two broad groups of people who take continuing education classes.
    • Its distance education and continuing education programs have reached a wide range of students across the country.
    • Both were ordered to take continuing education courses for a year.
    • Many states have very strong continuing education associations that provide great benefit to their members.
    • One way to extend your professional shelf life is continuing education with short courses taught by experts in the field.
    • That's the number of Americans expected to be involved in adult or continuing education by the year 2004.
    • Budget pressures have pushed many hospitals to scale back training and continuing education.