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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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These advisers will need to be active members of an accredited Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) Accreditation Scheme for either domestic energy assessors (DEAs) or non-domestic energy assessors (NDEAs) as appropriate.
The regressions are based on a mail survey of Michigan assessors and employ ordinary least squares (OLS) on a variety of variables that primarily control for factors that proxy for the difficulty of assessment, as well as an indicator for whether the assessor was appointed.
Asked if certification is IMSA's core mission, independent assessor Douglas Friedman said that IMSA "has kind of lost its way.
Lead assessors will need to attend Cardiff University for a day which will consist of training in setting up assessment days, confidentiality issues and carrying out assessments, as well as being assessed.
The assessor boosted the value tremendously this year, giving it a value commensurate with its location along a new city road being built.
TABLE 1 Variance components for trainee, case and assessor and the interaction between these components Effect under study Variance component Variance component Behaviour (SE) Medical (SE) Trainee 0.
MANAGERS who feel referees' assessors are bad for the game might want to follow Bacup Borough's lead by banning them
pdf and also the Letters to the Assessors on the subject.
Either the assessor or recorder's office will have a public research area where one can search deeds by a variety of fields.
Staff at Warm Zone - a Government scheme to tackle fuel poverty - fear residents are mistaking their assessors for door-to-door salesmen.
So, from next August, the referee will not even know the identity of his assessor, who will be given a match video by the home club so he can study any controversial incidents before making his report.
Officials say that while Schussler worked for 30 years as a city assessor before retiring in 1967, he was involved in bribery schemes that lowered taxes for hundreds of properties throughout the city.

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