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They also must enact quality certification processes to offset risks of disruptions in times of uncertainty.
Helen Adeosun is CEO of digital training platform CareAcademy, which provides health care organizations with online video coursework to help employees stay up-to-date on their certifications and training requirements.
THE WOMEN OF FORTUNE’S 2020 40 UNDER 40 LISTCLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTERSEPTEMBER 2, 2020FORTUNE
If in the end the commission revokes an officer’s certification, the relevant records become public and must be retained for at least 30 years.
There are also certain things that a non-profit certification would prevent them from doing, including endorsing political candidates.
MTS’s board is increasingly paying attention to the quasi-public police department MTS operates, where officers do not receive the training or certification typical of law enforcement.
MTS does not employ trained police officers who receive more substantial training and a certification.
None are police officers, meaning they don’t undergo the same requirements to meet certification in California like a member of a local police or sheriff’s department would.
THE POLICE REFORM PUSH COMES FOR MTSLISA HALVERSTADT AND JESSE MARXJUNE 25, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
I am aware of the large powers of certification which Governors can exercise under the Reform Act.
FREEDOM THROUGH DISOBEDIENCEC. R. (CHITTARANJAN) DAS
Eleventh: thorough inspection and certification by local authorities of all houses and "dwellings" inhabited by the poor.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
"I don't need any certification, dear," said Max, gently; but he did not smile.

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