Professional examination definition

Professional examination means the former architects registration examination prepared by NCARB.
Professional examination means the examination passing of which is required by FEAFFA and/or the constituent National Association on subjects specifically related to the Clearing and Forwarding profession in order to demonstrate competence in the field.Article 2 – Objectives By promoting and enforcing this Code of Conduct, FEAFFA aims to:
Professional examination means a close-up visual examination of each fire escape attached to a building, performed by or under the direct supervision of a professional employed by the owner or person in control of the building to determine whether the fire escapes are in a safe condition, are capable of performing their intending purpose, present public safety hazards, and/or require remedial work. The professional responsible for the examination shall be qualified by education and experience and shall perform services only in the areas of his or her competence.

Examples of Professional examination in a sentence

  • If a student fails to pass in both the regular and the supplementary examinations of 2nd Prof M.B.B.S. course he or she will not be allowed to appear in Third Professional Part I examination until he/she passes all subjects of Second Professional examination.

  • Following SGX-ST announcement on or around February 2015 that from March 2015, all issuers listed on the Main Board of the SGX-ST have to comply with the MTP requirement, the Company had acted promptly to address compliance with the MTP requirement.

  • Article 12a (Professional examination for an inspector) The professional examination for an inspector shall consist of the following parts: – administrative and dispute procedures; – conduct of and decision-making in offence proceedings; – the inspection procedure.

  • However, passing of all or undertaking subsequent parts of the 3rd Professional examination the subjects is compulsory for the successful completion of the course.

  • Third Professional Part II - (Final Professional) examination shall be at the end of training (14 months including 2 months of electives) in the subjects of General Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology and Pediatrics.


More Definitions of Professional examination

Professional examination means an examination set by the Council for Legal Education in the exercise of its powers under paragraph (c) of subsection (1) of section thirty-five.
Professional examination means a competency based
Professional examination means an examination set by the Council for Legal Education in the exercise of its powers under paragraph (c) of subsection (1) of section thirty-five. 34. Council for Legal Education‌There is hereby established a council, to be known as the Council for Legal Education, which shall be a body corporate capable of suing and being sued in its corporate name and, subject to this Act, of performing all acts that bodies corporate may by law perform. 35. Functions and powers of Council for Legal Education‌
Professional examination means an evaluation performed by an appropriately licensed professional.
Professional examination means an examination approved by council to assess an applicant’s knowledge and understanding of Alberta forestry policies and legislation;
Professional examination means a diagnostic evaluation performed by an appropriately licensed professional or, if the professional is not required to be licensed under the laws of this state, by a certified or sanctioned individual whose area of expertise addresses the diagnostic needs of an individual identified as having a possible special senses or communication disorder.
Professional examination means a diagnostic evaluation performed by an appropriately licensed professional.