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Certification

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Description

Certification refers to the confirmation of certain characteristics of an object, person, or organization. This confirmation is often, but not always, provided by some form of external review, education, assessment, or audit. Accreditation is a specific organization's process of certification. According to the National Council on Measurement in Education, a certification test is a credentialing test used to determine whether individuals are knowledgeable enough in a given occupational area to be labeled "competent to practice" in that area.

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Organizations relating to Certification

International Federation of Audit Bureaux of Certification / Est. 1963
African Fund for Guarantee and Economic Cooperation / Est. 1977
Euro MEDIA Garanties / Est. 1991
European Consortium for Accreditation in Higher Education / Est. 2003
Cardiovascular Credentialing International / Est. 1988
International Society of Animal License Collectors / Est. 1976
ECDL Foundation / Est. 1997
European Group of Organisations for Fire Testing, Inspection and Certification / Est. 1988
NSF International / Est. 1944
International Association of Certified Home Inspectors
International Commission for the Certification of Dracunculiasis Eradication
International Association of Structural Integrators / Est. 2002
RECS International / Est. 2000
South Pacific Board for Educational Assessment / Est. 1979
European Association of Guarantee Institutions / Est. 1992
Convention Concerning Fishermen's Certificates of Competency / Est. 1966
International Association of Certified Duncan Teachers / Est. 1974
Association of European Home Warranty Organisations / Est. 1993
Multilateral Agreement Relating to Certificates of Airworthiness for Imported Aircraft / Est. 1960
European Accreditation of Certification / Est. 1991
International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers / Est. 1978
International Certification Network / Est. 1990
Convention on Decisions to Rectify Civil Status Certificates / Est. 1964
Inline Certification Program International
International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Fishing Vessel Personnel / Est. 1995

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World Problems relating to Certification

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inappropriate cash crop policy
Employment dependence on qualifications
Refusal to licence theatre performances
Illegal search without warrant
Inadequate legislation against environmental pollution
Loss of medical accreditation
Refusal of licence renewal
Sexual immorality

Action Strategies relating to Certification

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Guaranteeing substantial economic foundation
Licensing carbon dioxide emissions
Certifying physical unfitness
Protecting intellectual property
Validating rituals
Ensuring adequate life education
Providing public mediation of wage claims
Protecting human rights
Protecting refugees
Recognizing legal validity of guardianship
Assuring family health care
Financial rescuing
Providing basic needs
Purchasing technological patents for transfer on non-commercial terms
Certifying organic agriculture
Certifying forests
Promoting environmental certification schemes
Developing business certification schemes for biodiversity
Certifying wood
Refusing licence renewal
Awarding certificates weightlifting champions
Validating technologies
Granting international certificates
Guaranteeing contracts
Guaranteeing citizens' rights

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