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Evaluator

In investing, an outside party who estimates the value of an illiquid asset, such as an antique or an inactive bond. Evaluators sometimes perform their services after a death to appraise rare or one-of-a-kind items. See also: Appraisal.

evaluator

An expert who appraises and assigns a worth to assets for which it is difficult to determine market value.
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Interestingly, programs accepted the LPC as a suitable entry level credential for either rehabilitation counselors (3, 12%) or vocational evaluators (3, 11.
These custody evaluators acknowledged that extreme cases of battering exist but said they almost never saw them.
com) and serves as an independent educational evaluator, a consultant to parents and school personnel, and as an expert in various due process hearings and other legal proceedings.
This column introduces the need for communication among program staff and evaluators from the beginning (ideally in the program development phase) to the end (the dissemination).
The most common reasons for inadequate technical evaluations are the lack of technical understanding by the evaluator of the key issues of the proposal and not understanding the government's requirements.
However, the evaluators suggested using an ice breaker to assure that all students were comfortable using the CSCLIP format for learning and to provide cyber rules that could help manage the environment's stimuli.
The evaluators realized they were facing a difficult task for several reasons.
In conjunction with the support evaluators, provide milestone reports to the Chief of Education (or PBEA focal point) in each participating country; and,
Thus, although in general the goal of counseling is to form an alliance with clients and to use counseling skills and interventions to promote client outcomes (ACA, 2009), child custody evaluators are tasked with responsibility for providing the court with valid, objective, and unbiased information about how a family functions as it relates to the best psychological interests of the child (Gould & Martindale, 2007).
PEC has been continuously arranging accreditation training programs for the evaluators and experts since the attainment of provisional signatory status of Washington Accord of International Engineering Alliance (IEA), a consortium of engineering bodies from developed countries that recognizes the substantial equivalency of engineering educational programs accredited by those bodies and recommends that graduates of programs accredited by any of the signatory bodies be recognized by the other bodies as having met the academic requirements for entry to the practice of engineering.
Judges and attorneys often regard themselves as being as expert as the psychiatrist in these matters and, to an even greater extent than in other forensic evaluations, custody evaluators become emotionally involved in the cases.