accredit

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To credit; to vouch for or consider (some one) as doing something, or (something) as belonging to some one
To put or bring into credit; to invest with credit or authority; to sanction

These reasons ... which accredit and fortify mine opinion.

To believe; to credit; to put trust in

He accredited and repeated stories of apparitions and witchcraft.

To send with letters credential, as an ambassador, envoy, or diplomatic agent; to authorize, as a messenger or delegate

Beton ... was accredited to the Court of France. -.

to give credit or authority to
{v} t. to give credit to, to authorise in a public character
The process of granting recognition to a student for completion of a set course of training
(see accreditation)
to render credible; programs are often accrdited by regional and/or general bodies, ensuring that specific curricular standards are met
To credit; to vouch for or consider (some one) as doing something, or (something) as belonging to some one; as To accredit (one) with (something), to attribute something to him; as, Mr. Clay was accredited with these views; they accredit him with a wise saying
{f} certify; recognize; assign; license, provide with credentials; receive letter of accreditation from an envoy
provide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials
give credit for; "She was not properly credited in the program"
give credit for; "She was not properly credited in the program" grant credentials to; "The Regents officially recognized the new educational institution"; "recognize an academic degree" provide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials
grant credentials to; "The Regents officially recognized the new educational institution"; "recognize an academic degree"
If an educational qualification or institution is accredited, it is officially declared to be of an approved standard. This degree programme is fully accredited by the Institution of Electrical Engineers. an accredited college of Brunel University. = endorse + accreditation ac·credi·ta·tion the Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education
accreditation
The giving of credentials
accredited
Simple past tense and past participle of accredit
accredited
certified as free from disease, meeting certain standards
accredited
{a} authorised in a public character of allowed reputation
Accreditation
A process whereby a program of study or an institution is recognized by an external body as meeting certain predetermined standards For facilities, accreditation standards are usually defined in terms of physical plant, governing body, administration, and medical and other staff Accreditation is often carried out by organizations created for the purpose of assuring the public of the quality of the accredited institution or program The State or Federal governments can recognize accreditation in lieu of, or as the basis for licensure or other mandatory approvals Public or private payment programs often require accreditation as a condition of payment for covered services Accreditation may either be permanent or may be given for a specified period of time
Accreditation
The process by which a private or public agency evaluates and recognizes a program of study or an institution as fulfilling applicable standards The determination that a program or institution meets these standards is also referred to as accreditation of the program or institution For example, the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, a private organization, evaluates whether hospitals, nursing homes and managed care organizations meet certain specified requirements; the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care and the National Committee for Quality Assurance assess and award compliance certifications to managed care organizations, including HMOs (see definitions for these terms) Public agencies sometimes require accreditation by a private body as a condition of licensure or may accept accreditation as a substitute for their own inspection or certification programs
Accreditation
the type of recognition held by an educational institution There are a number of nationally recognized accrediting agencies and associations which are reliable authorities on the quality of training offered by educational institutions By voluntarily conforming to the standards of excellence set by an agency or association, an institution becomes eligible for inclusion in its accredited or approved list Regional accrediting associations such as the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools accredit the institution as a whole; professional agencies such as the Engineering Council of Professional Development are concerned in particular with the standards of the professional schools or programs in their respective fields
Accreditation
The official recognition (by the Vocational Education and Training Accreditation Board (VETAB)) that the content and standards of a course are appropriate to the qualification and that the course and methods of delivery fulfil the purpose for which they were introduced TAFE NSW is authorised by VETAB to accredit its own courses
Accreditation
the act of granting credit or recognition (especially with respect to educational institution that maintains suitable standards); "a commission is responsible for the accreditation of medical schools"
Accreditation
A formal declaration by a VeriSign-designated approving authority that a particular information system, professional or other employee or contractor, or organization is approved to perform certain duties and to operate in a specific security mode, using a prescribed set of safeguards
Accreditation
professional memberships based on specific standards by an authorized organization or association USCA has institutional accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Its programs in business, nursing, and education have professional accreditation
Accreditation
(1) A process for assessing and enhancing academic and educational quality through voluntary peer review NCATE accreditation informs the public that an institution has a professional education unit that has met state, professional, and institutional standards of educational quality (2) The decision rendered by NCATE when an institution's professional education unit meets NCATE's standards and requirements
Accreditation
A voluntary, non-governmental system of evaluation used to protect the public interest and to verify the quality of service provided by member institutions
Accreditation
Certification by a duly recognized body of the facilities, capability, objectivity, competence and integrity of an agency, service, or operational group or individual to provide the specific service or operation needed
Accreditation
Accreditation is the approval of a higher education course by an authorised body
Accreditation
a formal declaration by the command or management authority that the system is approved to operate in a particular security mode using a prescribed set of safeguards Accreditation is the official management authorization for operation of a system and is based on the certification process as well as other management considerations The accreditation statement affixes security responsibility with the management or operating authority and shows that due care has been taken for security Essentially, accreditation involves acceptance of the system
Accreditation
Recognition by an accrediting organization or agency that a college meets certain acceptable standards in its education programs, services, and facilities Regional accreditation applies to a college as a whole and not to any particular program or course of study Accreditation of specific types of schools, such as Bible colleges or trade and technical schools, may also be determined by a national organization
Accreditation
Regional Accrediting Agencies rate educational institutions This accreditations applies to the entire institution The accreditations reported here are recognized by the U S Department of Education and indicate that institution has achieved a high level of quality Specialized Accrediting Agencies, on the other hand, rate only particular "schools" or "departments" (e g nursing, engineering, law, etc ) with specific programs These agencies findings are not included in the profiles
Accreditation
Certification by duly recognized body of the facilities, capability, objectivity, competence, and integrity of an agency, service, or operational group or individual to provide the specific service or operation needed For example, the Registrar Accreditation Board accredits those organizations that register companies to the ISO 9000 series standards
Accreditation
refers to a procedure by which an authoritative body gives formal recognition that a body or person is competent to carry out specific tasks Accreditation means that a body has been evaluated in accordance with national standards of the Russian Federation and has been found competent and therefore is authorized to certify companies which have successfully demonstrated compliance to the GOST R Certification System
Accreditation
A quality review process by an outside agency that looks at how well a plan provides services to its members and works to continuously improve those services The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) conducts most of the HMO reviews Hospitals and other health care facilities must go through a separate review process to become accredited These reviews are often conducted by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) Accreditation should be distinguished from state licensure, as accreditation is a voluntary process Further, the accrediting bodies (NCQA and JCAHO) do not have enforcement mechanisms to ensure plans provide the required quality of, and access to, care
Accreditation
A self-regulatory process by which governmental, non-governmental, voluntary associations or other statutory bodies grant formal recognition to educational programs or institutions that meet stated criteria of educational quality Educational programs or institutions are measured against certain standards by a review of written information, self-studies, site visits to the educational program, and thoughtful consideration of the findings by a review committee Whereas programs or institutions are accredited, individual physicians are licensed or certified
Accreditation
The US government does not monitor the quality of US colleges and universities, as does the ministry of education in other countries Instead, the US Department of Education approves accrediting agencies These accrediting agencies review a school's educational program for quality, and certify that the school meets a minimal set of standards So it is important to be sure that the schools to which you are applying are accredited by a recognized accrediting agency, since schools without accreditation are likely to be of lesser quality
Accreditation
The process by which a NSS and ITS is evaluated for meeting security requirements to maintain the security of both the information and the information systems   A designated accreditation authority (DAA) is named for each system   Co-DAAs will accredit NSS and ITS in certain cases involving interoperability or integration of multiple systems
Accreditation
Health professions schools and schools of allied health whose schools or programs are accredited by a recognized body or bodies approved for such purposes by the Secretary of Education, or which provide to the Secretary satisfactory assurance by such accrediting body or bodies that reasonable progress is being made toward accreditation
Accreditation
an evaluative process in which a health care organization undergoes an examination of its policies, procedures and performance by an external organization (accrediting body) to ensure that it is meeting predetermined criteria It usually involves both on- and off-site surveys
Accreditation
Usually a professionally sponsored, voluntary process that provides a measure of an organization's quality and performance
Accreditation
is a process by which an institution or disciplinary unit within an institution periodically evaluates its work and seeks an independent judgment by peers that it achieves substantially its own educational objectives and meets the established standards of the body from which it seeks accreditation Typically, the accreditation process includes 1) a self-evaluative description (self-study) of the institution or unit, 2) an on-site review by a team of evaluators, and 3) judgment by an accreditation decision-making body, normally called a Commission Accreditation reviews focus on educational quality, institutional integrity, and educational improvements
Accreditation
A process by which an institution without its own degree awarding powers, or which chooses not to use its awarding powers, is given wide authority by a university or other awarding institution to exercise powers and responsibility for academic provision The awarding institution exercises only limited control over the quality assurance functions, but remains ultimately responsible for the quality and standard of the award (QAA definition) Also used, as in "professional accreditation" to signify the recognition by a professional institution or other statutory body that successful completion of a University award confers, or contributes to the conferment of a certain status within the profession concerned
Accreditation
The process by which an organization recognizes an institution as meeting predetermined standards
accreditation
{i} provision of credentials, delegation of authority; authorization, recognition of (school, program of learning)
accreditation
The act of accrediting; as, letters of accreditation
accreditations
plural of accreditation
accredited
past of accredit
accredited
Given official approval, as an accredited university
accredited
{s} certified, licensed; trained
accredited
given official approval to act; "an accredited college"; "commissioned broker"; "licensed pharmacist"; "authorized representative
accrediting
present participle of accredit
accredits
third-person singular of accredit
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