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assessor

Any person who contributes to a trainee’s assessment in the workplace, providing feedback to the trainee and to the clinical supervisor and educational supervisor.

assessor

(ă-ses′ŏr) [L. assessor, assistant to a judge]
One who makes an appraisal of a patient's signs, symptoms, or status, or of the data of a research protocol.
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For Zainab Khan, Senior Manager Human Capital -- Majid Al Futtaim, an assessor for five years, the main lesson was that an organisation does not need to adopt the best global practices but rather design their individual practices to achieve the desired results based on their vision and culture.
"Each disability assessor must have a minimum of two years post registration experience which must be fulfilled within an approved health profession and receive extensive training in line with DfC guidelines before they undertake PIP assessments.
Before I present the ignorant-assessor objections to assessor relativism, it will be helpful to review some of the technical details of relativism.
This helps prevent inexperienced assessors from making recommendations that are costly when other options would have satisfied the requirements just as well or better.
Dylan, of Livingston, has started his own team of six qualified Green Deal assessors who carry out as many as six assessments a day on homes and businesses.
East Lane Commissioner Faye Stewart said he had received messages from assessor's office employees in support of Cowles, while department managers generally supported Gillespie.
The provider is responsible for offering a Green Deal plan to customers, based on recommendations from an accredited assessor. The plan sets out the financial terms of the agreement and must also include extra consumer protections such as warranties.
The assessors phoned a number of nurses for their response to the PDRP process.
The decline-in-value reviews are submitted directly to the county assessor's office.
Ensure that you have focused the slit lamp before the assessor arrives and have everything to hand--fluorets, wratten filters, saline, etc.
While the elected assessor is both bureaucrat and politician, even if the assessor is appointed it is possible that their elected appointer will apply pressure to underassess constituent property.
If the assessment authority is using the all-inclusive monthly payments in applying the income approach, an effort should be pursued to convince the assessor to exclude nonreal estate revenue.