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What does PT stand for?

PT stands for Preliminary Training (for ACGs)

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The ministry has also recently organised a preliminary training workshop for mothers, on ways to deal with home emergency situations involving children such as drowning, suffocation and burns.
The pictures were taken at Middlesbrough General Hospital and the picture at the top shows the nurses after completing their courses at the Preliminary Training School (PTS) in May 1960.
Elite boxers will be based at Cardiff University for 2012 preliminary training camps; researchers at Bangor University have been studying performance errors that individual athletes most wish to avoid; and research at Swansea University has looked at eating disorders in relation to gymnastics.
Before students are allowed to do online research at school, they receive preliminary training on proper research techniques, copyright laws, online authenticity, restricted access to personally identifying information, how to respond to cyber bullying and what to do if a site they visit is blocked.
However, this was not always so, as evidenced by this quote from class notes from the Preliminary Training School at Christchurch Hospital in the early 1950s: "In studying the past she [the nurse] will find that the struggle was centuries long, always hard, often bitter in bringing the profession along the path of progress; and also the fact that history tends to repeat itself, so that reading of the way that problems were met and mastered in the past will teach many lessons that are readily applicable to the conditions today.
On the night awards were presented to: WTA Young Player of the Year: Joanne Jones WTA Female Player of the Year: Siwan Gruffudd WTA Male Player of the Year: Kieran Hopkins WTA Male Senior Player of the Year: Alex Carroll WTA Coach of the Year: Gareth Revell WTA Referee of the Year: Dave Swain WTA Domestic Club of the Year: Kiwi Dragons WTA International Team of the Year: Over-35s WTA Hall of Fame Inductees: Moro Smith, David Swain, Paul Nepia, Neil Perkins Meanwhile,Wales Touch have announced a preliminary training squad for theWales Mixed Open team to participate in the Touch World Cup in Edinburgh during June.
The camp at the city's university will be used by over 100 selected boxers and coaches from emerging nations throughout all Road to London preliminary training camp programmes for up to 20 days leading into the Games.