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Synonyms for accredit

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

Synonyms for accredit

grant credentials to

provide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials

ascribe an achievement to

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Summary: The facility received accreditation for its ambulatory care standards
The National Universities Commission (NUC) has granted full accreditation to 24 of the 29 courses presented for accreditation by the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomosho.
Qatar University (QU) yesterday announced the academic accreditation of its colleges of Education (CED), Engineering (CENG), and Health Sciences (CHS), taking the total number of accredited programmes to 37.
Cambrian College's civil engineering technology advanced diploma program has received a five-year accreditation from Technology Accreditation Canada.
The Accreditation represents a critical element in the security of the Games.
Army corrections has a rich and interesting history with American Correctional Association standards and accreditation. ACA accreditation began.
After years of planning, the much-anticipated accreditation program ushers in a new era for public health in the United States.
Army Military Police School (USAMPS) accepted a request to join the Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation (FLETA) initiative.
WHEN PAUL OMINSKY IS ASKED WHAT THE future might hold for campus security, law enforcement accreditation comes to his mind first.
CARF has merged with the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC), formerly part of the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA), to review a broad continuum of long-term care organizations.
Hi-Ethics, Inc., has announced that its members will rely on URAC's Health Web Site Accreditation Program to demonstrate adherence to quality standards based on the 14 Hi-Ethics principles that were released in May 2000.
The report describes areas where new accreditations might help CPAs compete in today's marketplace by clearly separating them from non-CPA practitioners.
First, practitioners should consider accreditations as being tied closely to the CPA designation: You're not a PFS or an ABV--you're a CPA/PFS or a CPA/ABV.
Almost every credentialing form contains questions about accreditation, usually phrased thusly: "Do you have the following accreditations?:
If the focus is narrow, the number of accredited specialties proliferates uncontrollably, undermining the experienced generalists who are familiar with many specific areas but can't possibly be expected to hold 10 or 15 different accreditations.
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