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CCNTConvention Collective Nationale du Travail (French labor union)
CCNTCentre Chorégraphique National de Tours (French: National Choreography Center of Tours; Tours, France)
CCNTConservation Commission of the Northern Territory (Australia)
CCNTCertified in Convergent Network Technology
CCNTCornwall College National Training (UK)
CCNTChief Commissioner of the Northern Territories (former Gold Coast)
CCNTCritical Care Nurse Technician
CCNTConstellation Communication and Navigation Transceiver
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1995 Rirratjinu Ethnobotany: Aboriginal plant use from Yirrkala, Arnhem Land, Australia, CCNT, Darwin.
Wightman 1990 Ethnobotanical Notes from Belyuen, Northern Territory, Australia, Botanical Bulletin 10, CCNT, Darwin.
As the critical need for certifications in high-tech convergence and Web technology programs increases exponentially worldwide, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), an ANSI-accredited organization representing the information and communications technology (ICT) industry, and VCampus Corporation, owner of key convergence and vendor-neutral Web technology certification programs, have announced an intensive campaign to broaden the adoption of their jointly developed certification programs, the CTP and CCNT.
Companies that have already endorsed the CTP and CCNT programs or are requiring employees to be certified include Avaya, Cisco, Iwatsu, Mitel, NEC, Nortel, Toshiba, Vertical and Cross Communications.
Rosenfeld 1992 Archaeological Sites in Watarrka National Park: The Northern Sector Plateau, report to CCNT, Alice Springs.
Jawoyn people were, by the turn of the century, `experiencing the violence and culture shock of colonisation' (Jawoyn Association 1993a, 9; see also CCNT and the Nitmiluk National Park Board of Management 1993).
Prosoft owns two IT job-role certifications: CIW (Certified Internet Webmaster) and CCNT (Certified in Convergent Network Technologies) and provides education programs that support the certifications.