Certificate of attendance

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Certificate of attendance (in this case for Richard Colmer, surgeon) at anatomy and surgery courses run by William Hunter. The certificate is signed by him and dated 27th April 1755 by hand. The upper part of the certificate is an engraving of a bust of William Harvey.

A certificate of attendance (also certificate of participation or certificate of completion)[1] is an official document proving the attendance of a class, a language course[2] or a training course.[3]

Although it could increase the prospects of professional promotion,[2] this type of certificate is not a credential because it does not provide a prove of learning,[4] that is no knowledge is assessed before such a certificate is issued.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Haylock, P.J. (2016). "2.8.1 Navigator Certification". In Alberts, David; Lluria-Prevatt, Maria; Kha,, Stephanie; Weihs, Karen. Supportive Cancer Care. Springer. p. 24. ISBN 9783319248141. 
  2. ^ a b Konstantinidis, Christine (2015). Sprachen lernen - Tolle Tipps und Tricks: Kreative Methoden für Motivation und maximalen Erfolg (in German). p. 102. ISBN 9783734779947. 
  3. ^ "certificate of attendance". Cambridge Dictionary. Retrieved 2016-08-23. an official document used to prove that you have been to a class or course for special training 
  4. ^ Rughani,, Amar; Franklin,, Chris; Dixon, Stephen (2003). How to evaluate PDP. Career development Personal Development Plans for Dentists: The New Approach to Continuing Professional Development. Radcliffe Publishing. ISBN 9781857759174. 

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