NBTANational Business Travel Association
NBTANational Board of Trial Advocacy
NBTANational Baton Twirling Association
NBTANew Brunswick Teachers Association
NBTANorth Bay Taxpayers Association (Canada)
NBTANational Basketball Trainers Association
NBTANational Bus Traffic Association
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In our survey items for the NBTA, we asked teachers to identify their priority professional needs linked to our 10 principles of effective professional learning (previously outlined in Table 1): the majority of respondents (56%) selected a focus on student outcomes as the top need and priority.
Approximately three percent of American lawyers are certified by NBTA, and Scartelli is a member of a select few who have taken the time to prove competence in their specialty area and earn board certification.
La absorcion de Azul de Bromotimol y la reduccion del Cloruro de Trifeniltetrazolium se evaluo en medio NBTA (Boemare et al., 1997).
Travel Buyers Cost Forecast report, the Alexandria, Virginia based National Business Travel Association (NBTA) notes business travel showed mixed signals in 2009.
Concur (Nasdaq:CNQR) will unveil Concur Mobile for the iPhone next week at the NBTA Convention in San Diego, the provider of on-demand Employee Spend Management services announced on Tuesday.
"This year, we saw a slowdown in the growth of business travel, and in 2009 we expect to see a continuation of that slowdown," says Kevin Maguire, CEO of the National Business Travel Association (NBTA).
travel destinations, according to a new study by the National Business Travel Association (NBTA).
At the conclusion of NTF 2006, GSA entrusted future event management to the National Business Travel Association's Government Travel Group (NBTA GTG).
Meanwhile, at the NBTA Business Travel Financial Forum, recently concluded in New York, analysts predicted that the economic slow down in the US will be short lived; with corporate travel bookers continuing to book trips for executives.
In the context of certifications, the Supreme Court inferred that a National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) certification was not misleading, in part because the Court felt that someone who met the qualifications was, on average, actually of high quality.