Professional practice definition

Professional practice means the practice of medicine, dentistry, podiatry, osteopathy, chiropractic or veterinary medicine.
Professional practice means the behaviors, skills, knowledge and dispositions that Educators should exhibit. Teacher Quality Standards I-V address the Professional Practice standards for Educators in Colorado.
Professional practice means the demonstration, in the school environment, of the evaluatee’s professional knowledge and skill.

Examples of Professional practice in a sentence

In accordance with the Authorised Professional Practice published by the College of Policing in May 2017, the police will not normally provide any information to the press or media that might identify an individual who is under investigation, unless and until the person is charged with a criminal offence.

The Underwriters agree to indemnify the Assured against legal liability for any Claim first made against the Assured during the Period of Insurance and which is notified in writing to the Underwriters as soon as reasonably practicable thereafter but still during the Period of Insurance, in respect of any civil liability incurred or alleged in the conduct of the Professional Practice.

Authorised Professional Practice on modern slavery, Available at: http://www.app.college.police.ukRegarding children, there is no clear message about the non-criminalisation of children or the potential types of crimes they may have committed.

The purpose of the review is to evaluate the IAD’s compliance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) and the Institute of Internal Auditors’ International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing (IIA Standards).

Contrary to Standard 2500 of the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, the Internal Audit Unit (IAU) of CHED did not follow up on audit recommendations made and Management’s intended action on all audit issues included in the report.


More Definitions of Professional practice

Professional practice means the carrying out of those functions by or on behalf of the Assured normally associated with the conduct of the profession specified in the Schedule.
Professional practice means the knowledge and skills expected of persons being evaluated, as defined in standards and associated benchmarks.
Professional practice means the practice as specified in the first column of the First schedule which is governed by the written law as specified in the second column of the First schedule, respectively;
Professional practice means a limited company, partnership or other legal entity that carries on one of the Recognised Professions and carries on business in compliance with the Accounts Rules.
Professional practice means that activity which is defined as "practicing dentistry" pursuant to N.J.S.A. 45:6-19.
Professional practice means a business entity
Professional practice means a period of supervised practice, which meets the Council’s requirements in terms of the procedures it has set down in relation to the induction of teachers into the teaching profession and the procedures and criteria it has set for probation of teachers including for periods of probation;