Valuation and Validation definition

Valuation and Validation means appraising or estimating the worth of something having economic or monetary value and to attest or confirm the accuracy and propriety of a financial item.

Examples of Valuation and Validation in a sentence

  • Valuation and Validation of Prior Learning in Europe's Learning Culture.

  • Bringing Valuation and Validation of Prior Learning into the practice of the learning programmes is one of the goals at present.

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