certificate of completion


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certificate of completion

A document issued by an architect, engineer, or other qualified inspector attesting that the project has been completed in conformity with all plans and specifications; usually required before the construction lender will fund the final payment due under a construction loan.

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The EPA must evaluate the removal of additional contamination and must not issue a certificate of completion at this time.
At the end of the class, each participant receives a certificate of completion and a free gun lock.
A certificate of completion is available at the successful conclusion of the course and post-test.
Students with learning disabilities who cannot pass the examination receive a Certificate of Completion upon graduation.
Students that successfully complete the course will earn five units of credit and a certificate of completion.
Law Enforcement" which provides 12 hours of online in-service training to law enforcement officers and a certificate of completion.
They also can cancel a registration; submit an address change; and track their coupon usage, as well as order a self-study or online course; take their final exam; see their grade instantly; and print out a certificate of completion.
Through participation in the Program, applicants can apply reduced cleanup standards to their property and receive liability protection from the State upon receipt of a Certificate of Completion for the cleanup.
Chris Mountford, walk organiser, said: "All walkers who finish it receive a certificate of completion.
Upon successful completion of the course material, users will receive a certificate of completion.
She recommends nursing facilities make a big deal out of such programs: "Have a graduation, give a certificate of completion.
Cost of the program is $10, which includes supplies and a certificate of completion.
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