The 58-year-old Queenslander's wide-ranging brief is to establish clear and consistent national coaching philosophies and a talent identification program.
What does TIP stand for?
TIP stands for Talent Identification Program
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We have 523 other meanings of TIP in our Acronym Attic
- TACSIM Interface Processor
- TACSIM Interface Program
- Tactical Implementation Plan
- Tactical Injection Point
- Tactical Integration Plan
- Tactical Intelligence Program
- Tactical Interface Point
- Tactics Improvement Proposal
- Tailored Instruction Program
- Take It to the People (Vermont)
- TAO Implementation Panel (CLIVAR, GCOS, GOOS)
- Target Identification Point
- Target Illuminator Processor
- Target Input Programme (Malawi)
- Target Intelligence Package
- Tax Incentive Program (various locations)
- Tcl Improvement Proposal
- TDMA (Time Division Muliplex Access) Interface Processor
- Teacher Innovation Program
- Teacher Intern Program (various universities)
Samples in periodicals archive:
His work in the Duke Talent Identification Program led his team to first place recognition.
He was the director of the Talent Identification Program at Duke University, a sister center to CTD.
Sheryl Dawson said her son took the SAT in the seventh grade when the family was living in Alabama as part of the Duke University Talent Identification program.
Barnsley Brown has taught writing, literature, and women's studies at Wake Forest University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and currently teaches film criticism and analysis for the Talent Identification Program at Duke University.
Funds went to the company's Talent Identification Program, which offers dance training to inner-city youth .
220,000 to the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Durham, N.
PwC eXplore is a unique early talent identification program that seeks to attract diverse underclassmen - even those from study majors outside of business - into the field of accounting.