PLC

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PLC or plc may refer to:

Business[edit]

Education[edit]

  • Performance Learning Center, one element of the Communities In Schools education network
  • Presidents Leadership Class, a leadership institution for undergraduates at the University of Colorado at Boulder
  • Platoon Leaders Class, a summer training program for college students given by the Officer Candidates School of the United States Marine Corps
  • Prague Linguistic Circle or Prague School of Linguistics
  • Presbyterian Ladies' College (disambiguation), the name or former name of several independent girls' schools in Australia, affiliated with either the Presbyterian Church of Australia or the Uniting Church in Australia
  • Professional learning community, a movement in the education field of teachers sharing with teachers to improve learning among their students
  • Pymble Ladies' College, an independent, non-selective, day and boarding school for girls, located in Pymble, a suburb in the North Shore of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Post Leaving Certificate, is an informal term describing a large range of courses and qualifications run in Ireland for students who have finished their secondary education

Medicine and psychology[edit]

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