Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Usage examples of "continuing education".
In all the talk about the need for continuing education, in all the popular discussions of retraining, there is an assumption that man's potentials for re-education are unlimited.
The article was intended as a bit of continuing education for our referral sources.
Also, setting aside the question of your continuing education, which if we do not address will haunt us all forever, residing here with you for a sensible period out of sight is the best protection from law enforcement we three could ask for.
Astris Alexandria University was delighted to accept an application for continuing education from one of their alumna, but they were obviously taken aback when Lunzie, dressed very casually and carrying her own luggage, arrived in the administration office to enroll for classes.
Before either of them realized it they were deep in conversation over the virtues of continuing education.
But she found writing press releases uninteresting, so she took advantage of the company's continuing education program to get an MBA from Wayne State.
To the required school for continuing education, which is a laugh, because there's nothing left to teach anyone that matters.
Tony Mott said to Bishop, adding more data to his continuing education file.