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AICCAviation Industry CBT (Computer-Based Training) Committee
AICCAll India Congress Committee
AICCAssociation of Independent Corrugated Converters
AICCAfrican Institute of Corporate Citizenship
AICCAustralia-Israel Chamber of Commerce
AICCArusha International Conference Centre
AICCAmerica Israel Chamber of Commerce (various locations)
AICCAutonomous Intelligent Cruise Control
AICCAutauga Interfaith Care Center (Alabama)
AICCAssociation of Immigration Counsel of Canada
AICCArctic Icebreaker Coordinating Committee
AICCAlaska Interagency Coordination Center
AICCAccra International Conference Centre (Ghana)
AICCAlbanian Islamic Cultural Center
AICCAmerican Indonesian Chamber of Commerce
AICCAssociation for Inherited Cardiac Conditions (UK)
AICCAgricultural Innovation and Commercialization Center
AICCAcute Impairment of Cerebral Circulation (neurovascular medicine)
AICCAutomatic Intercept Communications Controller
AICCAdiabatic Isochoric Complete Combustion
AICCAssociazione Italiana di Colture Cellulari
AICCAutomated Intelligent Cruise Control
AICCAntwerp International Cat Club
AICCAssets in Course of Construction
AICCAir Intercept Control Common
AICCAustralian International Correspondence Club
AICCAutomatic Incoming Call Connection
AICCAdministration, Informatique, Comptabilité, Communication
AICCAirborne Intercept Command and Control
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Further, it says, the link to Hyperwave Content Management allows both the production of ad hoc courses from the central repository and integration of standard courses via the built-in SCORM 1.2 (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) and AICC (Aviation Industry CBT Committee) interfaces.
Another standard used to certify online content is called the AICC, or the Aviation Industry CBT (computer-based training) Committee.
Macromedia eLearning Studio allows authors to create content that adheres to learning standards from the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Co-Lab, the Aviation Industry CBT Committee (AICC), and the IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS), -as well as traditional Web standards.
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