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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.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

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.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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He submitted 10 mounted photographs to the Royal Photographic Society, of which he is now a member.The society was so impressed that they awarded him the Licentiateship and are now using his photographs in training workshops.
They are used as examples showing the standard people need to) reach to receive a Licentiateship.
Last month he decided to apply to the BIPP for a first level Licentiateship.
John is one of only a handful of North-east photographers to receive the Licentiateship accreditation from the British Institute of Professional Photography - an entry-level qualification for professional photographers.
Steve Mayes is the first photographer in Britain to be immediately allowed entry to the British Institute of Professional Photography as an associate member - the second rung of the ladder - rather than working his way up from the entry level of licentiateship.
The Licentiateship Award is supported by City and Guilds and those who receive it are recognised at the level of Master Craftsman in Europe.

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