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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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After documenting his work-based experience for four years and undergoing an audit of his expertise, Gary sat the rigorous six-hour CISSP exam that encompasses all major elements of the industry's recognised information system security Common Body of Knowledge (CBK).
CISSP examinees are tested in 10 knowledge domains, known collectively as the common body of knowledge (CBK):
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