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EVALUATE

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Shah Jehan presented honorary shields and souvenirs to the evaluators and scholars at the end of the occasion.
The course involved 18 accreditation evaluators from the ARAC, aiming at enhancing the capacities of ARAC by rehabilitating the evaluators of supervisors in the field of accrediting organizations, such as investigation and calibration labs.
Implementation Fidelity in Educational Research: Designer and Evaluator Considerations
For each case two coloured digital photographs of their teeth before and after treatment were taken arranged in two catalogues (in one catalogue arranged in sequence and randomly in the other) and subjected to 320 Jordanian evaluators (220 female and 110 males; with a mean age of 24.
The Elite Evaluator program asks Contractor companies to demonstrate an internal evaluator program to monitor, train, and communicate change with their Evaluators.
According to a PEC press release, the first batch had 40 evaluators who will be master trainers for other evaluators and reviewers.
The training was aimed at enhancing the capacity of senior engineering faculty and PEC's engineering program evaluators regarding new Outcome Based Assessment System of Accreditation concepts required for quality assurance.
PEC has been continuously arranging accreditation training programs for the evaluators and experts since the attainment of provisional signatory status of Washington Accord of International Engineering Alliance (IEA), a consortium of engineering bodies from developed countries that recognizes the substantial equivalency of engineering educational programs accredited by those bodies and recommends that graduates of programs accredited by any of the signatory bodies be recognized by the other bodies as having met the academic requirements for entry to the practice of engineering.
Vocational evaluation (VE), originally known as work evaluation (Hoffman, 2008), has experienced several redefinitions, usually in conjunction with variations in the perceived roles and functions of vocational evaluators.
Washington, July 27 (ANI): Child custody evaluators should know how to differentiate between types of violence - because a one-size-fits-all approach to custody can endanger both mums and kids, according to new American research.
The Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) is attempting to grow its pool of qualified dental assistant evaluators.