CBT


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CBT

abbreviation for
1. (Education) computer-based training
2. (Psychoanalysis) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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Since opening our doors in 1988, our college has helped thousands of students find their career path, ultimately forming a stronger workforce in Miami-Dade County," said Peru-born Fernando Llerena, founder of CBT College.
Other news from Cyclics includes international agreements to develop CBT processing markets.
Essentially, the CBT has a low viscosity like a thermoset material, but it is a thermoplastic.
The major premise of the CBT approach is that a person's affect and behavior are determined by the way he or she interprets the world.
Subjects were grouped in four groups - IBT (Word), IBT (Excel), CBT (Word), and CBT (Excel).
IBM is one company that took the leap, using CBT to improve its sales force's ability to sell consulting and services.
Using the latest in AVC compression, video over IP and our IWT, CBT has made it affordable to open parlors and agencies in these countries at a fraction of the expense incurred in the United States.
So, what does the CBT have in its cards to defend the TRY?
a supplier of RTM injection systems in Salt Lake City, experimented with Cyclics' newer one-part, precatalyzed CBT system.
By expanding its five-year relationship with CBT Systems, Whittman-Hart is enhancing the offerings of the Whittman-Hart Institute for Strategic Education (WHISE), the Company's industry-leading enterprise learning model.
The findings indicated that the major differences between IBT and CBT subjects attributed to the performance, enrollment for the classes, motivation and general attitude toward training method, and satisfaction with the facility.
MUNICH, Germany -- Rohde & Schwarz today announced that CSR has selected R&S CBT RF test equipment including the new option for Bluetooth(R) V2.