FEFC

AcronymDefinition
FEFCFurther Education Funding Council (UK)
FEFCFirst Evangelical Free Church (Wichita, KS)
FEFCFellowship Evangelical Free Church (Knoxville, TN)
FEFCFar Eastern Freight Conference
FEFCFlorida Export Finance Corporation (Miami, FL)
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The four largest specialised car carriers are all members of the FEFC and jointly fix prices for the carriage of cars between Europe and the Far East.
I am saddened by the continuing blindness of the FEFC to the huge achievements of Bilston Community College.
2001), 'Funding post-compulsory education and training: a retrospective analysis of the TEC and FEFC systems and their impact on skills', Journal of Education and Work, 14(1), pp.
The FEFC created the debt by suddenly saying we had to pay back money we had received in the past.
However, with the need to qualify for FEFC funding the question of external validation has become a more important issue.
The practices of both the newly formed TACA and the FEFC have also been challenged by EU trade and transport ministers.
Figure 1, also from the FEFC report, illustrates the national qualification framework.
Further Education Funding Council (1994), NVQs in the Further Education Sector in England, FEFC, London.
FEFC is a corporation created and owned by the State of Florida.
Member, FEFC for Wales 1992-95 Born 05/05/48 Manchester Spouse/ptnr Married Sian Marylka Miarczynska, 1972 Children One son, one daughter Educ Cardiff High School for Boys; Jesus College, Oxford; MA.
The former Further Education Funding Council (FEFC) awarded Hugh Baird accredited college status, and a report conducted by the FEFC commended the college for its "successful development of students' key skills through their studies.
Paul Goddard-Patel, former finance director at Bilston College, accused the FEFC of destroying the college and massaging the debt figures to make the institution look incompetent.