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certification

(Attested copy), noun affirmation, assurance, attestation, attesting declaration, authentification, authoritative attestation, avouchment, confirmation, corroboration, declaration, doccmentary evidence, documentation, endorsement, instrument of proof, legal pledge, proof, ratification, reassurance, reassurement, solemn declaration, statement, substantiation, support, swearing, sworn evidence, testimony, validation, verification, written evidence
Associated concepts: audited and paid, certification of loss reeerves, certification of stock, certified, certified according to law, certified check, false certification, fraudulent certification

certification

(Certainness), noun absolute certainty, absolute confidence, ascertained fact, ascertainment, assuredness, authoritativeness, certain knowledge, certainty, certitude, complete conviction, conclusive proof, conclusiveness, confidence, conviction, dependability, freeeom from error, incontestability, incontrovertibility, indubitability, indubitable fact, inerrancy, infallibility, irrefragability, irrefutability, knowledge, matter of fact, objective certainty, positive fact, positiveness, proof, reliability, reliableness, rigorous proof, sureness, trustworthiness, unambiguity, unimpeachability, unquestionability, unquestionableness, utter reliability

certification

(Certification of proficiency), noun authority, authorization, citation, confirmation, copy, credential, credentials, declaration, documentation, indorsement, letter of recognition, license, recognition
Associated concepts: certification to practice law
See also: acknowledgment, appointment, asseveration, attestation, authority, avowal, capacity, certainty, certificate, confirmation, consent, copyright, corroboration, credentials, documentation, droit, guaranty, indorsement, jurat, leave, license, permission, proof, ratification, recommendation, reference, registration, stamp, subscription, support, surety

certification

a document attesting the truth of a fact or statement.
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CompTIA is committed to advancing the long-term success and growth of the IT industry; helping organizations maximize the benefits they receive from their investments in technology; and assisting individuals to obtain the skills and credentials they need for productive careers in IT.

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