What is certificate?

  • (verb): Authorize by certificate.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on certificate, certificates:

Sydney—Victoria - Demographics
30.5% No religious affiliation 3.6% Education No certificate, diploma or degree 31.3% High school certificate 23.5% Apprenticeship or trade certificate or diploma 14.3% Community college, CEGEP or other ...
Certificate - Academic Qualification
... Academic certificate Professional certification, a vocational award A confirmation that a person has passed a Test (assessment) to prove competence Australia Higher School ...
Church Divinity School Of The Pacific - Certificate Programs
... Certificates of one, two, or three years of study may be given to non-degree students who have successfully completed the appropriate full academic years ... These certificate programs include Certificate of Anglican Studies (C.A.S) Certificate of Theological Studies (C.T.S) Hybrid Certificate of Anglican Studies (HyCAS) ...
International Accreditation Forum - Role of The IAF
... members which reduces risk to business and its customers by ensuring that an accredited certificate may be relied upon anywhere in the world ... system that will allow companies with an accredited conformity assessment certificate in one part of the world, to have that certificate recognized ...
Sixth Form Certificate
... Sixth Form Certificate was a New Zealand secondary school qualification gained at the end of Form 6 (Year 12) that was awarded until 2002 ... Sixth Form Certificate was originally developed to allow schools to provide a more comprehensive range of courses than was available from University Entrance subjects ... Sixth Form Certificate has always been internally assessed by schools ...

More definitions of "certificate":

  • (noun): A formal declaration that documents a fact of relevance to finance and investment; the holder has a right to receive interest or dividends.
    Synonyms: security
  • (verb): Present someone with a certificate.

Famous quotes containing the word certificate:

    God gave the righteous man a certificate entitling him to food and raiment, but the unrighteous man found a facsimile of the same in God’s coffers, and appropriated it, and obtained food and raiment like the former. It is one of the most extensive systems of counterfeiting that the world has seen.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)