SCSE

AcronymDefinition
SCSESymantec Certified Security Engineer (computer security certification)
SCSESNIA Certified Systems Engineer
SCSESociety of Civil and Structural Engineers
SCSESolomon Certified Systems Engineer
SCSESchool of Computing Science and Engineering (Vellore Institute of Technology; India)
SCSESpecialised Cleanup Service Europe (Ghent, Belgium crime & trauma scene cleanup)
SCSESolids Control Services Environmental
SCSEState Compulsory Standards of Education (Kazakhstan)
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Analysis relating to the relationship between SCSE (independent variable) and equity (dependent variable) employed bivariate regression.
The relationship between SCSE and the equity variable produced statistically significant results ([[F.
The logistic regression analysis conducted using SCSE measures (a continuous variable) as predictors of perceived achievement gap (a categorical variable--we designated those who believed that the achievement gap at their school had become smaller as the reference group) also produced a statistically significant result, [chi square](6) = 25.
The analysis using SCSE measures as a continuous predictor of the categorical dependent variable, program approaches, produced a statistically significant result, [chi square](3) = 33.
In computer training research, SCSE has been found to have a significant effect on learning of many computer tasks such as immediate tasks (as measured at the conclusion of the training session) and delayed tasks (as measured several days after training) (Yi & Davis, 2003).
Even less attention was given to the relationship between SCSE in past research.
More recently, Martocchio and Hertenstein (2003) investigated the impact of SCSE on declarative knowledge (similar to near-transfer knowledge).
In addition to the current SCSE certifications, eight EGI employees have obtained 18 Symantec Product Specialist (SPS) credentials.
Symantec Certified Security Practitioner (SCSP): is a senior consultant with in-depth knowledge and expertise across the complete range of security disciplines who has achieved SCSE certification in all security categories.
Even with strong ministerial support and continued efforts by members of the advisory board to clarify the nature and purpose of the project, some members of the SCSES as well as oblast officials continued to be skeptical of the safety of such clinical changes as rooming in, on demand breastfeeding, participation of fathers during labor and birth, decreasing the number of contraindications for modern contraceptives, and so forth.
Of more serious concern was the perception of the staff at the project site that should an untoward maternal or perinatal outcome occur, the SCSES would attribute it to the changes in clinical practice and impose stiff fines for noncompliance with regulations even though a ministerial order had been granted in order to allow regulations to be circumvented.
The outdated norms for infection control and the punitive approach used by the SCSES hampered efforts to reform clinical practice.