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What does TA stand for?

TA stands for Training Agency

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  • Military and Government

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James Brooke-Tyrell, 53, of Church Gate, Church Road, Greystones, Co Wicklow, is facing 47 counts of deception by manufacturing a false tender at the state training agency.
Middlesbrough Football Club had donated the ball to the Department of Employment Training Agency who were holding a careers convention in March 1989 - Boro had 17 trainees on its two year programme at the time.
In a bizarre questionnaire from the a training agency approved by the Department of Work and Pensions, unemployed Jason Lightwood from Tamworth was asked if he had ever found it hard to perform during sex.
The job training agency received a $500,000 grant from the State Department of Education for after-school programs.
The Teacher Training Agency says demand for places on teaching courses is rising.
Once an agency has determined its Web site vulnerabilities, NARA recommends mitigating those risks by * documenting the systems used to create and maintain Web records * ensuring that Web records are created and maintained in a secure environment * implementing standard operating procedures for the creation, use, and management of Web records and maintaining adequate written documentation of those procedures * creating and maintaining Web records according to these documented standard operating procedures * training agency staff in the standard operating procedures *developing a retention schedule for Web records and obtaining official NARA approval of that retention schedule.
A spokesman for the authority said: "The ASA has received nine complaints about the Teaching Training Agency advertisement which makes the claim `teaching is better than any anti-ageing cream'.
Northumberland Training Agency organised for Heather, of Cypress Crescent, Blyth, to go to Hedley Purvis for work experience when she left school.