Talk:Personal trainer accreditation
Cnilep (talk) suspects that this article (specifically ) may be a copyright violation, but without a source this cannot be definitively determined. (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
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Uncertain copyright status
This article currently contains a number of what appear to be direct quotations (blocks of text within quotation marks), but it cites no source for those quotes. The earliest version of the page had the following after the first of these apparent quotations.
- [...]will be reviewed and redeveloped for the QCF”. National Qualification Framework (NQF)
However, there was no reference or external link labeled "National Qualification Framework" or "NQF".
This sounds like it might be from some sort of law or rule, and therefore may not be copyrighted. On the other hand, it may be a private organization and the text might be copyrighted.
I also found this page that includes some of the same wording, but it appears to have been posted after the Wikipedia page was created. That page may have copied the sentence from Wikipedia, or both may have copied from another source.
- According to User:CorenSearchBot/manual, the page does not appear to be a copyright violation. I may be over-sensitive here. Cnilep (talk) 06:26, 21 June 2012 (UTC)
Redirected to Personal trainer#accreditation
This article was listed at Wikipedia:Copyright problems/2012 June 16. After carefully examining it, I found it to consist almost entirely of copypastes from various pages of multiple websites. It also contained excessive use of quotes, none of which were sourced. The article was exclusively about the UK (contrary to its title) and contained much irrelevant information about general accreditation issues for vocational training in the UK and had nothing to do with personal training accreditation. I have redirected this to Personal trainer#accreditation. Anyone who wishes to improve the UK sub-section there with more detail is encouraged to do so, but it must be entirely in your own words except for very brief quotes which comply with Wikipedia's criteria for the use of non-free content, and are sourced with inline citations. Voceditenore (talk) 09:55, 2 September 2012 (UTC)