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accredited

recognition by an appropriate authority that the performance of a particular institution has satisfied a prestated set of criteria.

accredited herds
cattle herds which have achieved a low level of reactors to, e.g., the tuberculin or brucellosis agglutination tests; chicken flocks proven to be free of pullorum disease.
accredited inspectors
veterinarians who have attended appropriate continuing education courses and performed well enough through a probationary period to be accredited as part-time veterinary inspectors; employed by governments or more local authorities.
accredited schools
in some countries a governmental or professional body conducts periodic examinations of the country's veterinary schools to determine their efficacy as teaching schools. Schools which lose their accreditation usually lose their status as providers of veterinary graduates who are adequate to the needs of the country's animals.
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The Accredited Collection Facility Program involves upholding the highest professional standards in the following two main areas: 1) the collection facilities and its operation and 2) the collection facility's personnel.
As part of the tie-up, Accredited Members Holding and its three units - Accredited Members Inc, Accredited Members Managed Services and Worldwide Premium Packers a[euro]" will be sold, with Accredited Members Acquisition Corp buying the three subsidiaries, Accredited Members Holding said previously.
To achieve Accredited Body status Freedom Travel Group was required to meet all of the CAA's criteria and the accreditation of Freedom Travel Group brings the number of confirmed Accredited Bodies with the ATOL scheme to four.
It is accredited by the nation's premiere accrediting agency, AACSB International.
Controlled liability insurance costs: accredited departments find it easier to obtain insurance, to increase the limit of their insurance coverage, and, often, to acquire lower premiums.
Most distance learning programs say they are accredited and list their accrediting agencies in their marketing materials.
The purpose of the present study was to compare the California pass/fail rates of graduates of regionally accredited and those of regionally unaccredited program on both the oral exam for licensure and the written exam, the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP).
Accredited individual and institutional investors can review direct investment opportunities in real estate by screening, researching and filtering numerous deals on the site.
Beginning in 1991, evaluations of programs whose titles contain both engineering and computer science must be done by both EAC/ABET and CSAC/CSAB, and such programs will only be accredited upon positive accreditation action by both agencies.
For companies that have European subsidiaries seeking ISO 9000 certification, the best option is to select a registrar accredited by the appropriate board in a subsidiary's home country.
It announced a "Job Opening for Library Automation Systems Analyst," which required two years of software specific technical experience and a "four-year degree in a technical field with significant library experience and/or ALA accredited MLS degree (or equivalent) with significant computer experience.
A master's degree through a program accredited by the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) remains the ideal model for entry into the field of professional rehabilitation counseling and allows for the easiest avenue to certification by the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC).

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