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Sentences with the noun Accreditation

11 examples:

Carry one on to the course, even when switched off, and you can lose your accreditation.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

The lab cannot conduct anti-doping analyses on urine and blood samples while its accreditation is suspended.
(CBC Sports in CBC Sports, )

A push for higher standards is putting the accreditation of historically black colleges and universities, or HBCUs, at risk.
(Forbes - Education, )

The Commonwealth Games Federation have stood by their decision to tear up Australian weightlifter Francois Etoundi's accreditation.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

The World Anti-Doping Agency suspended the accreditation of the drug-testing laboratory in South Africa, the only accredited facility in Africa.
(The New York Times - Sports, )

The energy regulator said the websites will be required to comply with the improved ‘confidence code’ by the end of March or risk losing their accreditation.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

The World Anti-Doping Agency said it has suspended the accreditation of the laboratory in Rio de Janeiro, just weeks ahead of the Summer Olympics that are set to begin there.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

In revoking the accreditation of City College of San Francisco, a private commission violated the law in ways that denied the 80,000-student school a fair hearing, a judge tentatively ruled Friday.
(Lee Romney in Los Angeles Times - Education, )

A group of new Canadians with degrees in medicine and other fields who are unable to practice in Canada have banded together in Ottawa to provide mutual support while they work towards accreditation.
(CBC News in CBC News - Health, )

In a blistering critique, state auditors Thursday faulted the decision by a private panel to revoke the accreditation of San Francisco's only community college and found that the overall authorization process is weak.
(Carla Rivera in Los Angeles Times - Education, )

The Law Society of Upper Canada has voted 28 to 21against the accreditation of Trinity Western University's proposed new law school in B.C. That means law graduates from the B.C. university would not be able to practise in Ontario.
(CBC News in CBC News - Canada, )

Other sentences

61 examples:

Lockheed Martin earns NSA accreditation for response to cyber attacks.
(UPI - Business News, )

Richard Vedder discusses the broken and harmful system of college accreditation.
(Forbes - Education, )

Search was suspended in March as the university focused on its accreditation status.
(USA Today - National, )

The Moscow Antidoping Centre has its accreditation revoked by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
(BBC Sport - Athletics, )

Brazilian authorities have recommended 11,000 people be denied accreditation for security reasons.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

Welsh Olympic boxing silver medallist Fred Evans has been refused accreditation to the Commonwealth Games.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

A Moscow testing lab for the Winter Olympics will have its Wada accreditation suspended unless it improves by 1 December.
(BBC News - World News, )

Olympic silver medallist Fred Evans has been forced out of the Commonwealth Games after having his accreditation refused.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

Microsoft's Azure Government cloud and Amazon's AWS GovCloud both have received the highest level of FedRAMP accreditation.
(ZDNet US, )

The laboratory set to be used to test doping samples at the Brazil World Cup and 2016 Olympics has its accreditation revoked.
(BBC Sport - Football, )

Educators say the group, which decided to revoke accreditation of San Francisco's City College, demands too much from schools.
(Carla Rivera in Los Angeles Times - Education, )

The Manhattan clinic where Joan Rivers had a medical procedure that resulted in her death is losing its federal accreditation.
(UPI - Entertainment News, )

The term life coach is fading, as those in the field specialize, receive training and obtain credentials from accreditation bodies.
(The New York Times - Business, )

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta received accreditation from the Emergency Management Accreditation Program.
(UPI - Health News, )

A business school that changed its name after a row with US university Harvard is offering courses without the correct accreditation.
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

Olympic silver medallist Fred Evans is out of Glasgow 2014 after being refused accreditation in another major setback for Team Wales.
(BBC Sport, )

The Moscow Antidoping Center has its accreditation suspended by the World Anti-Doping Agency after the report into Russian athletics.
(BBC Sport - Athletics, )

College accreditation exists to ensure higher education institutions meet basic standards, helping protect both students and taxpayers.
(Forbes - Education, )

Two museums in Northampton lose their Arts Council accreditation status after the controversial sale of a 4,000-year-old Egyptian statue.
(BBC News - Entertainment & Arts, )

The Olympians, from various sports, altered their accreditation to gain entry into the men's basketball game between Australia and Serbia.
(NBC News, )

We need to reduce if not eliminate the role of the U.S. Department of Education and reform the accreditation cartel that stifles innovation.
(Forbes - Education, )

The English executive who was arrested as part of a World Cup ticket touting investigation has given up his accreditation for the tournament.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

The fashion and lifestyle retailer Oliver Bonas becomes the first high street chain today to achieve accreditation as a living-wage employer.
(The Independent - Business, )

The UN's Nick Nuttall says he's "chewing over" the decision to deny Ezra Levant's The Rebel accreditation for next month's climate change conference.
(CBC Radio in CBC News - World, )

Pharmacy 2U – the country’s leading online pharmacy which has NHS accreditation – sold details of more than 20,000 users without their knowledge.
(Daily Mail - News, )

The journalist, Rémy Pigaglio, worked in Egypt for almost two years and had residency permits and media accreditation that allowed him to do so legally.
(The New York Times - World News, )

Accreditation reviews cost millions of dollars, we’re told, and all those federal regulations governing financial aid and data reporting cost even more.
(Forbes - Business, )

CHARLES SALE: Everton manager Roberto Martinez has joined the England team on the World Cup casualty list by having his tournament accreditation taken away.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

Yorkville Endoscopy loses accreditation after a federal inspection found that the clinic does not meet the standards of services that it offers to patients.
(Tech Times - Health, )

The reversal comes on the heels of an October decision by the British Columbia Law Society’s governing council to reject accreditation for graduates of the school.
(The Vancouver Sun - News, )

Several Australian athletes were fined after using the wrong accreditation to enter a basketball arena where the nation's team played Serbia in the Olympics semifinal.
(CNN - World Sport, )

A small English museum lost its accreditation Friday when a British organization that oversees such matters found fault with its decision to sell an ancient Egyptian statue.
(The New York Times - Arts, )

For the first time, researchers can now demonstrate an association between the level of hospital accreditation and the mortality rate among patients, reports a Danish study.
(Science Daily - News, )

The Manhattan clinic where Joan Rivers suffered cardiac arrest last month is still open although an accreditation group is calling for it to suspend procedures and surgeries.
(CNN - Entertainment, )

The Committee to Protect Journalists had sought accreditation to freely roam the halls of the United Nations, but a panel including Azerbaijan, China and Pakistan rejected it.
(The New York Times - World News, )

Nearly 6,000 B.C. lawyers — about half the profession — have voted to have the provincial law society withdraw accreditation from a proposed law school at Trinity Western University.
(The Vancouver Sun - News, )

Federal and state officials are investigating for-profit colleges over concerns that schools are marketing career-training programs that lack proper accreditation for students in certain fields.
(The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business, )

Turkish anti-terrorist police officers have detained two British journalists and a Turkish translator for allegedly reporting from the majority Kurdish southeast without government accreditation.
(The Independent - U.K. News, )

The governing council of the Law Society of British Columbia has voted to uphold the results of a member referendum, and reject accreditation for graduates of Trinity Western University's law school.
(The Vancouver Sun - News, )

McGill University's prestigious medical school is on probation and at risk of losing its accreditation after an inspection found the undergraduate program failed to meet 24 of 132 required standards.
(Steve Rukavina in CBC News - Health, )

Four years after the CFPB’s creation, a court case could help settle a debate over the agency’s authority to police everything from credit cards and mobile-phone payments to college accreditation.
(The Wall Street Journal - Markets News, )

Turkish anti-terrorist police have detained two British journalists from Vice News for reporting from the predominantly Kurdish southeast without government accreditation, security sources said on Friday.
(The Independent - U.K. News, )

Just one of the 100 or so in his senior class at Normandy High, a struggling school that had lost its state accreditation and, along with it, a measure of its pride, in an area already beset by challenges.
(The Independent - World News, )

Turkish anti-terrorist police officers have detained two British journalists and a Turkish translator for allegedly reporting from the country's majority Kurdish south-east without government accreditation.
(The Independent - U.K. News, )

The prized possession you value above all others... 'My collection of mugs and posters and press accreditation cards from every sporting event I've covered since the Seoul Olympics in 1988', writes HAZEL IRVINE.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )

As I wrote last month, Paul Ryan cited accreditation reform as a key priority in his efforts to promote economic opportunity, piggybacking on Mike Lee’s proposal to devolve accrediting power to willing states.
(Forbes - Business, )

The new collaborative will establish common goals, promote public education and training opportunities for CPR and defibrillation, and develop national accreditation standards for hospitals and health care systems.
(Science Daily - News, )

A handful of leading Republican policymakers have put higher education accreditation—the peer-review approval process colleges must go through to receive financial aid—at the top of their education reform agenda.
(Forbes - Business, )

Country's ICT regulator offers accreditation programme to assess local tech startups based on their technical, financial, and operational capabilities, putting them in a better position to bid for government projects.
(ZDNet - Just News, )

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank made enhancements to data, decision making processing, and risk and return measurements as part of its Base II Advanced Accreditation project during the first half of the 2016 financial year.
(ZDNet Australia, )

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C. is grappling with regulatory and accreditation issues for a private Richmond laboratory company planning to launch the first B.C.-based direct-to-consumer DNA testing service.
(The Vancouver Sun - News, )

Conservative reformers (myself included) have identified the accreditation process as a barrier to entry that limits the kind of innovation and competition that can curb tuition costs and give rise to more flexible options.
(Forbes - Business, )

Without a system of accreditation and training for coroners and medical examiners, there's no way to know if statistics for certain types of deaths are 'comparable between jurisdictions,' argues co-author Dr. Matthew Bowes.
(Elyse Skura in CBC News - Health, )

The bar societies of Nova Scotia and Ontario have struck a blow against religious values in denying accreditation to future law school graduates of Trinity Western University, the president of the B.C. Christian school said Friday.
(The Vancouver Sun - News, )

Nelson Mandela's widow was forced to get accreditation to attend his memorial service and could only bring four family members as his clan squabbled after his death, the South African anti-apartheid leader's former private assistant says.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

The United States has led a successful charge to override a United Nations panel’s decision to deny accreditation to a well-regarded press freedom organization, and forcefully questioned the motives of some countries that were involved.
(Los Angeles Times - World News, )

Nine Australian Olympic athletes were released by police on Saturday after agreeing to a 90,000-real (£21,405) fine for entering the basketball arena without proper accreditation, days after a scandal surrounding U.S. swimmers that marred the Games.
(The New York Times - Pro-Basketball, )

A few weeks ago I wrote about how college accreditors are—unsurprisingly—blocking innovation, but that the long-term solution is unlikely to be a top-down “reforming” of the accreditation system and instead an end-run around the accreditors and existing regulatory scheme by disruptive innovators.
(Forbes - Education, )

A team of representatives from five gastroenterology and hepatology societies have created a toolbox designed to help gastroenterology training directors meet the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Internal Medicine Subspecialty Reporting Milestones requirements while training fellows to independently care for patients.
(Science Daily - News, )

Patients who underwent weight loss operations in recent years, when most bariatric surgical centers were accredited, had fewer postoperative complications and were 2.3 times less likely to die in the hospital than patients who had bariatric procedures performed before a national movement toward facility accreditation was taking place, according to new study findings.
(Science Daily - News, )

In the wake of the Department of Education’s release of the new gainful employment regulations, which are intended to protect students from poor-performing career college programs, as well as the release of a new paper out of the American Enterprise Institute titled “Launching New Institutions: Solving the Chicken-or-Egg Problem in American Higher Education,” which is about solving some of the barriers that accreditation poses to innovation by Sylvia Manning, former head of the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, a higher education accrediting body, I had the chance to email with Paul Freedman, founder and former CEO of Altius Education as well as one of the smarter thinkers on the future of higher education.
(Forbes - Education, )

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