Licensure, generally issued at the state level, is a mandatory credentialing process that allows an individual to legally perform certain skills. As dictated by law, there is usually a requirement to pass certain tests and exhibit the ability to perform certain skills.
Certification is a voluntary credentialing process usually offered by a private professional organization, such as a school, college, or other accreditation body. Certification indicates that the allied [health] professional has met the standards set by the certification entity.
Registration indicates that a person whose name is listed on an official record or register has met certain requirements in their particular profession. The registry list of names can then be accessed by [healthcare providers] to determine if a potential employee has met certain requirements.
Certification envolves a certificate or something that you recieve. Registration is when you register or when you sign in.
Certification of Live Birth" is a short-form birth certificate. The information included in the document may differ from state to state.
A Phlebotomy certification is mostly better due to the wider range that you can complete for a LVN.
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The difference between an engineer and a professional engineer (PE) is that of their licensure status with jurisdiction. Please feel free to correct this or elaborate.
A Certification only gives you some of the qualifications while a Degree gives you all of the qualification.
In the context of management systems standards, "certification" refers to the issuing of written assurance (the certificate) by an independent, external body - such as BSI Management Systems - that has audited an organization's management system and verified that it conforms to the requirements specified in the standard. "Registration" means that the auditing body then records the certification in its client register.The organization's management system has therefore been both certified and registered. For practical purposes, then, the difference between the two terms is not significant and both are acceptable for general use.That said, "Certification" seems to be the term most widely used worldwide, although registration (from which "registrar" as an alternative to registration/certification body) is often preferred in North America and the UK, and the two are also used interchangeably.On the contrary, using "accreditation" as an interchangeable alternative for certification or registration is wrong, because it means something different.In this context, accreditation refers to the formal recognition by a specialized body - an accreditation body - that a certification body is competent to carry out certification in specified business sectors. BSI is among the most respected and reputable management systems certification bodies in the world and is accredited by around 20 local and international bodies.In simple terms, accreditation is like certification of the certification body. Certificates issued by accredited certification bodies - and known as "accredited certificates" - may be perceived on the market as having increased credibility. This was taken from www.bsigroup.com
Linux is an operating system, CCNA is a certification.
Nursing certification is what you receive after you earn your nursing degree. You go to school for your degree and then train in a specific field for your certification.
i would like to know the difference between a trust and a society for an NGO? why is this in the dragon section?
The difference between license certificate and registration certificate, is that, license certificate can be acquired through graduating and taking special examination. While registration certificate, relates to certificate in getting for example; business.
"There is a difference between registration and enrollment. The process of signing up for courses is called registering. Students are charged tuition and fees when they register. Students are enrolled after they pay the tuition and fees." http://www.gradschool.mtu.edu/policies/registration.html
It would depend on the field. What career are you thinking of?
Stamp Duty is the duty paid to the government on the market value of the property and the registration fee is the process fee charged by the concerned authority.
Yes. With a suspended license the holder of the license cannot drive ANY vehicle. With a suspended registration only THAT vehicle may not be driven.
Compulsory - something you have to do Voluntary - something you can choose to do or to ignore. Breathing is compulsory if you want to stay alive. Eating donuts is voluntary.
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Certificate: A document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts Certification: The act or process of gaining a certificate or other measure or proof of accomplishing the set requirements.
IT Certificate: A document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts IT Certification: The act or process of gaining a certificate or other measure or proof of accomplishing the set requirements.
A license is issued by the government and it gives permission for a teacher to teach in a public school. Certification is issued by a school and it certifies that someone has been trained as a teacher.
When you are certified it means you have been approved to do something, but when you are qualified you have been approved and have the skills or prerequisites to do a task.
Basically the two terms refer to the same thing. Both are registration batches. The only difference is the market the are registered in.
State the relationship between regulatory/inspection body and registration.
Certification is the process of getting the documented proof (Certificate) for the knowledge/Experience gained on particular topic.Credentials is an attestation of qualification, competence, or authority issued to an individual by a third party with a relevant competence to do so
The major difference between curricular and co-curricular activities is the element of degree/certification. Co-curricular activities are not the part of student syllabus and its result also does not effect the final result.