trainings

See also: Trainings

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trainings

  1. plural of training
    • 1834, Pennsylvania. General Assembly. Senate, Temple University. School of Law, Journal (volume 2, page 261)
      We cannot agree, however, with those who think that the continuance of the system, depends upon the continuance of the trainings.
    • 2011, Nicole E. Allen, Coordinating the Criminal Justice Response to Intimate Partner Violence, page 72:
      In addition to the trainings, the council also produced materials for various stakeholders and the community in general to enhance the response to domestic violence.
    • 2011, Patricia Neal, Craig Neal, The Art of Convening (page 227)
      Heartland convenes conversations, programs, trainings, and communities of engagement to practice the skills of the intentional leader []
    • 2021 November 11, Jay Caspian Kang, “Can We Talk About Critical Race Theory?”, in The New York Times[1], ISSN 0362-4331:
      Diversity is now a big industry — about $8 billion per year gets spent on diversity trainings in America — and parents might be feeling blindsided by the rapid changes, many of which came after last year’s George Floyd protests.

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trainings m pl

  1. plural of training