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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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* Board Certification in International Law--Of those states that offer specialty certification for lawyers, Florida is the only state that offers board certification in international law.
Like board-certified doctors and accountants, teachers who achieve National Board Certification have met rigorous standards through intensive study, expert evaluation, self-assessment and peer review.
"Obtaining Board Certification is a reflection of Fletcher's knowledge and dedication to the estate and trust practice," stated Guy S.
To encourage its own and other attorneys to pursue the lengthy, demanding certification process, the GAL Program has used incentives since last year, when the Bar first established the category of "Board Certification in Juvenile Law." At that time, the GAL Foundation agreed to pay the $250 application exam fee for two attorneys each from the GAL Program, the Florida Department of Children and Families, and the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel, which represents parents in dependency court.
Advocate Sherman Hospital encourages national board certification for all its nurses, and we currently have 221 certified nurses, which includes clinical nurses and nursing leaders.
Factors associated with more frequent utilization of molecular testing include relevant instruction during residency training, primary board certification in pathology, academic medical center affiliation, higher-volume clinical practice, presence of on-site clinical molecular pathology/cytogenetics laboratory, and greater physician confidence incorporating test results into histopathological assessments.
National Board Certification is available in 25 certificate areas from preschool through 12th grade.
When the credentialing entities were educated fully about what is included in a dermatology board certification, they reversed their decision.
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.
Debbie Figueroa, lead licensed veterinary technician at the Fairhaven Veterinary Hospital, has achieved national board certification from the Academy of Veterinary Technicians in Clinical Practice.

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