CCETCommunity Consortia for Education and Training (Wales, UK)
CCETCenter for Communication and Educational Technology (University of Alabama)
CCETCalifornia Council on the Education of Teachers
CCETContinental Council of European Toastmasters
CCETCertified Cost Engineer Technician
CCETComputer-Controlled Equipment Testing
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All nine secondary schools in Bridgend have linked up with the local college in the school college curriculum partnership, a project receiving pounds 16,000 in National Council-ELWa funding via the CCET development fund.
CCET began the California Journal of Teacher Education in 1972, and 11 years later the journal's name was changed to Teacher Education Quarterly in order to appeal to a broader national and international audience.
Also, within a few weeks, CURRENT GROUP and Comverge, both CCET members, are expected to install two-way communicating thermostats and switches in homes participating in the demonstration project.
It should creatively and innovatively extract information from prior knowledge, associated with newly-produced data of CEC and CCET (knowledge basis), and transform it into a tangible artifact in order to present, communicate and educate the targeted audiences - data users.
Prof Kelleher, who is a visiting professor at Nottingham Trent University in human resource development and practice, said, ``I was asked by Jenny Evans and Bill Hill of Torfaen CCET to organise a day event at the hotel in Crickhowell.
Members of the CCET, a non-profit corporation formed in September 2005, are Freescale Semiconductor of Austin, Avistar of Albuquerque (a research and development arm of PNM Resources), CenterPoint Energy of Houston, TXU Electric Delivery of Dallas, Austin Energy of Austin, AEP Texas and a consortium of six Texas universities including Texas A&M University, The University of Texas at Austin, The University of Texas at Arlington, Texas Tech University, The University of Houston, and Texas A&M at Kingsville.
We look forward to working together with CCET, Centerpoint and all of the retail energy providers to demonstrate the ability for demand response and advanced metering to help Texas meet their growing capacity needs.
CCET is made up of 19 Texas electric and high tech companies joined with five universities in a collaborative effort to modernize the Texas electric system.
Review the key business objectives of CCET related to financial management and control;
9 million from the project's participants, including Land Tejas, Direct Energy, GE, whose innovative ecomagination initiative inspired the project, Masco Corporation and participating CCET members, for a total investment of $27.
Tenders are invited for Operation, Running and Preventive Maintenance of Fire Fighting System OF CCET Building Sec 26, Chandigarh for the period of 2015-16
The CCET conferences at that time were a bit different--many of the faculty from the California State University System, the University of California, and the private campuses were White and mostly men.