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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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National Board Certification is available in 25 certificate areas from preschool through 12th grade.
Along with Janack, Colette Husenitza, a fourth grade teacher at Shorecrest, currently holds a National Board Certification.
The committee welcomes new applicants for board certification and is pleased to have received 18 applications this year.
Board certification establishes an independent measure of competence, professionalism, and peer acknowledgement which helps clients and fellow lawyers set expectations for professional abilities.
The first was a five-level variable that represents an interaction between the score on the physician's first attempt at the internal medicine board certification examination and whether the physician eventually achieved board certification.
Board certification organizations have no authority under federal or state law.
States such as Illinois, New Mexico and Ohio require board certification to achieve the highest level of state licensure, sometimes known as the mastery level, which provides for a higher salary.
However, Bernard Goldstein, MD, chair of the National Board of Public Health Examiners, said he rejects the idea that the public will confuse public health credentialing with physician board certifications, pointing to the numerous health-related disciplines that also offer a specialty certification or credential, such as the American Board of Toxicology.
DeValue decided to pursue board certification as a way to gain a new perspective on her job and refresh her commitment.
The initiative's focus was on creating greater awareness among ELC members and getting them board certifications, which are highly coveted by corporations seeking directors says Carl Brooks, president and CEO of the Executive Leadership Council.
After over twenty years of teaching, and especially after taking a hard look at the realities of budget cuts and jobs losses in education, Milam decided she needed to do more to make a difference in student achievement by pursuing National Board Certification in Library Media, a qualification held by less that 1,100 media specialists.
Maximizing the influence of NBCTs, Boyd and Reese assert, make National Board certification more cost-effective.

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