This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other meanings of RCEP
We have 24 other definitions for RCEP
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Washington, DC: George Washington University Regional Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program.
It is clear that the successes experienced so far in conducting streamlining are due to the strong alliances which exist between RSA, the state VR agencies, the Regional Rehabilitation Continuing Education Programs (RRCEP's), persons served by the VR program, employers, and others interested in improving the livelihood of people who are disabled.
Assumption has been home to the RSA Region I Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program (RCEP) since 1974, one of only 10 RCEP programs in the United States.
Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas Regional Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program.
Commit personnel and discretionary resources, including the Regional Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program (RRCEP) and In-Service Training, to achieve the Streamlining Objectives.
The above definitions are from Rehabilitation of Individuals Who Are Hard of Hearing and Late Deafened: A Guide for Rehabilitation Practitioners, developed by the Region VI Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program at the University of Arkansas and produced under a grant (H246A20002) from the Rehabilitation Services Administration, U.
with SHHH as a subcontractor, for a 3-year project begun in October 1991 to research the overall rehabilitation needs of hard of hearing individuals; * NIDRR funding in FY 1994 of a Research and Training Center in Mental Health and Hearing Impairment to focus on the psychosocial and adjustment needs of hard of hearing and late deafened adults; * RSA funding of a 1-year short-term training project begun October 1992 at the Region VI Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program, University of Arkansas, for the training of rehabilitation professionals to work with individuals who are hard of hearing or late deafened; and * development, publication and distribution in 1992-93 of the IRI document extensively referred to in this article under the sponsorship of RSA, NIDRR, and CSAVR.
Available through Region V Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program (RCEP), Rehabilitation Institute, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL.