- n. Plural form of certification.
“The fact that buyers don't come through hunting for Energy Star or other certifications is an argument FOR a more energy-efficient code.”
“The Googlers and the agency both found out that they could not make modifications to the passenger planes, which include a Boeing 767, a Boeing 757 and two Gulfstream Vs, without getting new certifications from the Federal Aviation Administration each time.”
“Kimberly received her BA in English, certifications in Education and Special Education, and is a Caldwell College Scholar.”
“A founder and lifetime member of the Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization, she also holds all six TOCICO certifications, as well as three certifications from the American Society for Quality ASQ.”
“His many credentials include professional certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine and other top organizations, and extensive experience working with cardiac patients.”
“The gold standard is staff with academic degrees and certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine.”
“If you opt to do basic courses to beginners you need to keep all of your promotional material above board that means no outright lies or misleading statements - for instance, a number of folks in Taiwan will call the certifications they give with their courses "licenses that allow one to legally practice hypnosis in the United States" which implies that the "certifications" are legal "licenses" and that such licenses are required to do hypnosis in the US, of which neither statement is true.”
“You can also ask directly about the credentials, experience, and so-called certifications or accrediting organizations.”
“This is essential as the skills are more polished and as the certifications are the basis fore the employment process.”
“The certifications are a key component of Colbert's sustainability goals.”
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