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AcronymDefinition
CEUContinuing Education Unit
CEUCentral European University
CEUCollege of Eastern Utah (Price, UT)
CEUCentro de Estudios Universitarios (Spain)
CEUCentro Escolar University
CEUCentro Escolar University (Manila, Philippines)
CEUConseil Européen des Urbanistes
CEUCommission of the European Union
CEUCivil Engineering Unit (US Coast Guard)
CEUCentro studi per l'Evoluzione Umana
CEUControl Electronics Unit
CEUCentre Européen Universitaire (French: European University Center)
CEUCar Equivalent Unit (shipping)
CEUContinuous Education Units
CEUCentral Electronics Unit
CEUCamera Electronics Unit
CEUCooling Equipment Unit
CEUClean Energy Utilization
CEUChild Exploitation Unit
CEUCommand Execute Unit
CEUCivil Enforcement Unit (NYPD)
CEUCivilian Electronics Unit
CEUCombat Evaluation Unit (gaming)
CEUCertificats d'Études Universitaires (French: University Study Certificate)
CEUContainer Equivalent Unit
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The planning process took about two months, a time frame Blair House recommends as the minimum for other communities planning to offer CEU courses.
Although CEUs are in the public domain and can be offered by many sources, only organizations accredited by IACET can call themselves authorized providers.
It just isn't a real necessary thing anymore," said Brad King, CEU vice president of institutional advancement and student services.
The concept of operations called for the Thai CEU to conduct strategic sea and air deployments to an intermediate staging base at Qatar, which is in CENTCOM's area of responsibility.
AGRC's always available CEU offering stands in stark contrast to traditional classroom training that may only be held once annually or in distant cities and states.
The CEU focuses on four learning objectives: 1) To explain the benefits of using FSC products in green building; 2) To describe components of credible forest certification; 3) To discuss new rules for use of FSC-certified products in LEED v4; and 4) To identify tools and strategies for finding FSC-certified products.
Many correctional agencies consider CEUs when evaluating staff for advancement.
We do offer a 15-day trial online, and the prospect can view the articles and take the CEU quizzes.
County corrections officials launched the CEU in 1992.
The 30 hours of CEU credit for recertification is the alluring ingredient of the program.
Each month, MedRisk partners with the CEU Institute, an accredited provider, to offer free CEUs webinars to registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, certified case managers (CCM) and adjusters handling claims in California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas.
CEU proposes to work out proposals for similar studies in the USAID countries of Albania, Serbia and Macedonia.