board qualified

board qua·li·fied

(bōrd kwahli-fīd)
A specialist who is qualified by completion of appropriate academic and clinical work to take a specialty board examination but who has not as yet successfully completed that examination.
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Snowe, who is from the former ruling Unity Party, calls on the Weah administration to open up by bringing on board qualified Liberians regardless of political affiliation.
Balogh, whom the Board qualified as an expert in the area of commercial, retail real estate valuation.
His score of 339.35 on the low board qualified him for the Division III Region 2 Diving Championships, to be held March 1-2 at Grinnell, IA.
"Addiction counsellors and all our Middle Eastern counsellors are accredited, board qualified professionals.
In addition, Dr Myers currently delivers lectures on infection prevention in the field of dentistry as well as a board qualified member in pediatric dentistry.
Personal accomplishment high burnout was significantly associated with marital status (higher in married, 31.4% CI 43.13-44.60 P= 0.042), board qualification (higher in board qualified, 32.8% CI 43.42-45.85 P 0,036) and smoking tobacco or water bubble (higher in non-smokers, 29.4% CI 42.69-44.28 P= 0.035).
Jim, of Edinburgh, said: "I can't believe they had no one on board qualified to cope with what started out as a simple dental problem.
The HSE has brought on board qualified trainers from sector skills agency Lantra to deliver the demonstrations, which will also include tips on cheap, but effective, precautions that can be taken.
It is one of the few providers of training to become a Board Qualified Supervisor.
UEFA's control and disciplinary board qualified Butt's actions as an assault and this hardly augurs well for an appeal.
Procurator fiscal Frank Redman told the court the skipper and mate were the only two people on board qualified to stand watch.