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certification

  1. a means of recording the details of a transaction in SHARES involving noting on the TRANSFER DEED that the SHARE CERTIFICATE has been placed with the company or its representative. Certification is necessary where a seller is not selling all of his shareholding or where a block of shares are bought by more than one person to enable new share certificates to be issued which reflect the new ownership of the shares.
  2. a status granted by a manufacturer to a supplier which is able to demonstrate that it is able to achieve consistent QUALITY in the materials or components it supplies. The materials or components supplied by a certified supplier can be used directly by the manufacturer without the need for INSPECTION of these items. See QUALITY CONTROL.
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Kentucky has strong statewide support for National Board Certification.
Six teachers in Des Plaines Elementary School District 62 recently earned National Board Certification, which is regarded as the most prestigious certification in kindergarten through high school education.
The National Board certification renewal process helped to validate that this work is beneficial to students.
During 2014-2015, 21 attorneys applied for board certification and 13 were selected to sit for the examination.
Board certification has now grown to include over 4,500 lawyers in 25 areas of law including: admiralty and maritime law; adoption law; antitrust and trade regulation law; appellate practice; aviation law; business litigation; city, county and local government law; civil trial; construction law; criminal appellate; criminal trial; education law; elder law; health law; immigration and nationality; intellectual property law; international law; juvenile law; labor and employment law; marital and family law; real estate; state and federal government and administrative practice; tax law; wills, trusts and estates; and workers' compensation.
The board certification is the equivalent of a PhD, he added.
Dr Casiglia's appointment is inline with these aims and she brings outstanding qualifications with UK Board Certification, as well as experience and capabilities to the Diabetes Centre team," Murray added.
Upon acquiring a position, new general internists will typically be expected to pass the internal medicine board certification examination.
Although board certification has been considered voluntary, the process is becoming increasingly necessary for hospital privilege status, insurance company network participation, and membership in certain organizations.
Since many states are grappling with implementing educational reform legislation passed in 2010 and federal Race to the Top awards, some top researchers say the key elements used for board certification should become criteria in a new teacher evaluation system.
On a mean overall quality score of 62%, board certification boosted a physician by 3.
National Board Certification is a voluntary assessment program designed to recognize and reward great teachers.

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