CAWC

AcronymDefinition
CAWCCompanion Animal Welfare Council (UK)
CAWCCanadian Association of Wound Care
CAWCChicago Abused Women’s Coalition
CAWCCentral Afghanistan Welfare Committee
CAWCCalifornia American Water Company (various office locations)
CAWCCryogenic Aerosol Wafer Cleaning
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Obtaining the CAWC designation allows agents and producers to quickly become experts in the workers' compensation industry, giving them a competitive edge in the marketplace," Al Gileczek, vice president of Regional Operations for Accident Fund, said.
The next CAWC session will be offered at Accident Fund National Headquarters, 200 N.
Cawcs was founded by the University of Wales in 1985 and was established as a specialist research centre conducting team-based projects on the languages, literatures, culture and history of Wales and other Celtic countries.
Professor Dafydd Johnston, director of CAWCS in Aberystwyth, said: "The funding will enable us to make a substantial contribution to the understanding of the cultural heritage of Wales and the other Celtic countries.
Researchers believe the funding will enable CAWCS to make a "substantial contribution" to the understanding of Wales' cultural heritage, with saints, holy men and women said to have offered believers a direct link between heaven and earth.
Martin Crampin, CAWCS research fellow of the Stained Glass Project in Wales, said: "Stained glass windows are present in nearly every community across Wales - mainly in churches and chapels.