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credentials

[kriden′shelz]
a predetermined set of standards, such as licensure or certification, establishing that a person or institution has achieved professional recognition in a specific field of health care. See also credentialing.
The sum of a person’s earned documents

credentials

The sum of a person's earned documents. See Medicaid. Cf Credential.
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Locally, Westside Union School District officials said teachers on emergency credentials are categorized as probationary from the start.
However, I accept that But don't change the credentials to some other moniker.
Recent research on the proposed global business credential ("XYZ") indicates strong acceptance of the credential among the pool of potential credential holders as well as a positive impact on potential student enrollment in accounting programs (The CPA Letter, Feb.
The new credential will complement and not replace existing credentials.
Additionally, we expect to benefit from increased efficiencies and reduced overhead in administering our digital identity management processes with the harmonization of digital credentials across our company.
We are now saying teachers with credentials are not worth more than people who have sat in the district for five to eight years and have done nothing to get credentials,'' said trustee Sheldon Epstein, one of two trustees who voted against the layoffs.
Complements Existing Responds to market demand for strategy Credentials professionals who can offer breadth of generalist with depth of specialist.
The XYZ credential will complement existing professional credentials with one that emphasizes the strategic integration of knowledge and is recognized around the globe.
The Child Development Education Alliance (CDEA) has great news for Florida's more than 60,000 child care providers -- high-quality online training is now available to help them meet Child Development Associate (CDA) and Child Development Associate Equivalent (CDAE) credential requirements.
While CIO of an accredited institution of higher education, Korb saw the need for a better way of verifying credentials when an increasing number of unverifiable student applications were submitted.
HB 4176 directs the Insurance Commissioner's Office, through the Credentialing Committee to begin work on developing legislative rules for contracting with a single Credentials Verification Organization (CVO).
Sailors pursuing occupational credentials can now receive funding to pay for approved credentialing exams, according to NAVADMIN 293/07, released Nov.