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licentiate

 [li-sen´she-āt]
one holding a license from an authorized agency giving the right to practice a particular profession.

licentiate

/li·cen·ti·ate/ (li-sen´she-āt) one holding a license from an authorized agency giving the right to practice a particular profession.

licentiate

(lī-sen′shē-ăt) [L. licentiare, to authorize, license]
1. One who practices a profession by the authority granted by a license.
2. In some countries, a medical practitioner who has no medical degree.

licentiate

a person holding a license from an authorized agency entitling him/her to practice a particular profession.
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They are used as examples showing the standard people need to) reach to receive a Licentiateship.
But the BIPP judges were so impressed that they not only passed him at the Licentiateship level, but upgraded him to an Associateship - the first time in the institute's history this has ever happened.
The Licentiateship Award is supported by City and Guilds and those who receive it are recognised at the level of Master Craftsman in Europe.
Spending eight year's part time study up to the eminently sensible Licentiateship of the City and Guilds of London Institute standard.
Undergraduates can earn a diploma in industrial studies and apply for status as Chartered Chemist and Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, for a licentiateship of the Royal Society of Chemistry, or can become chartered engineers.

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