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having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

a person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field

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an athlete who plays for pay

an authority qualified to teach apprentices

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engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or means of livelihood

characteristic of or befitting a profession or one engaged in a profession

engaged in by members of a profession

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This was coming from a new teacher who now lived only 40 minutes from the university, would not need to stay in a hotel, would pay a low first-time conference fee and had even taken my pedagogy course where I repeatedly stressed the importance of attending professional conferences
The Education Trust also has contributed to the clarification and advancement of the role of the professional school counselor by working collaboratively with counselor education programs and providing training to practicing school counselors.
Space 200 and 300 also satisfy part of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps space professional educational requirements.
The Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists (CCPG) is a national coordinating body created in 1997 by the provincial and territorial geoscientist associations of Canada that deals with professional geoscience issues on the national and international scenes.
Achieving both the institution's goals of a commitment to Professional Development Schools and data reporting for accreditation purposes, this collaborative effort also serves asa prototype for other institutions seeking models for collaboration with colleagues in P-12 contexts.
The following demographic information was collected about respondents: job title (which included an "Other" choice and a blank to enter current profession); the number of years employed in current position; and number of years employed as an information professional.
The Institute's comments and recommendation focus on in-house tax professionals, their distinct role, and the importance of developing rules applicable to this group of tax practitioners.
Physicians became a professional guild to be reckoned with beginning in the early 20th century after the famous Flexner Report of 1910 changed the education and training of the American physician workforce.
Contemporary issues (parts 6-8) provides practicing EAP professionals with information that likely will stimulate professional development to better refine service delivery within EAPs.
We're a professional association of people in the human resources [HR] profession," says Dan Stapleton, CEO of the 14,000-member organization, with 29 chapters across the province.
They also struggle with recruiting diversified and professional candidates.
The Professional Ethics Executive Committee has made editorial revisions to an interpretation under Rule 101 of the Code of Professional Conduct [AICPA, Professional Standards, ET section 101.
When ACHCA came into being, the American Health Care Association (AHCA--formerly known as the American Nursing Home Association [ANHA]) and the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA--formerly known as the American Association of Homes for the Aging [AAHA]) represented facilities and the organizations that owned them, but there was no organization representing individual administrators that bridged the divide between the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors of long-term care or focused on the professional development of administrators' leadership and management skills.
The most important factor to remember is that you must convey to the search professional precisely what your career aspirations are, and aren't.
This pervasive professional theme suggests that the Discorsi must be viewed in the context of another tradition: the Renaissance debate on work.
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