chain course

chain course

[′chān ‚kȯrs]
(civil engineering)
A course of stone held together by iron cramps.

chain course

A bond course formed by stone headers which are held together by cramps.
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The VChain Proactive Supply Chain course is composed of five different modules and can be offered in classroom or virtually online.
And soon there will be extra opportunities for ambitious students, when a new supply chain course - with a subtly different emphasis, but offering the same career-boosting potential - is launched alongside the existing degree.
The woodland belongs to the Forestry Commission and we've helped finance a forest play area, fitness course and chain course.
The universities were measured across a total of 13 metrics, which includes number of recruiting mentions, supply chain course and program offerings, and best program mentions.
As an educational tool it would most likely be used as a source of specific, assigned readings to supplement a true textbook-based international supply chain course.
The forest element of the Walkway is by the Forestry Commission and has helped finance a play area, fitness course and chain course.
It is through the provision of facilities like the trim trail and our chain course that we can attract families and young people to the wood.
Baylor University (Texas), for example, has added RFID to its existing supply chain courses, and Western Michigan University opened the RFID Technology Center Laboratory at its College of Engineering and Applied Sciences last fall.
To receive the certificate, logisticians must attend Penn State's new course, "Logistics Transformation Management: Developing and Accelerating Logistics Change," and two other supply chain courses offered by the university.