Definitions for "Qualifications"
refers to the qualifications that officers of a charitable entity must meet as set out in section 16 of the Act and any qualification requirements in the rules of the charity concerned.  Under section 16(2), a person is not qualified to be an officer if he or she: is an un-discharged bankrupt is under the age of 16 years has been convicted of a crime involving dishonesty and sentenced for that crime within the last seven years is prohibited from being a director or promoter of, or taking part in management of, a company has been disqualified as being an officer under section 31(4) is an individual who is subject to a property order, or whose property is managed by a trustee corporation is a body corporate that is being wound up, in liquidation or receivership, or subject to statutory management These disqualifying factors do not apply to an officer who has been appointed under an Act of Parliament, by the Governor-General, the Governor-General in Council, or by a Minister of the Crown.  Also, the Charities Commission may waive any of these disqualifying factors in relation to a particular officer of an organisation.
Conditions or circumstances that must be met or complied with: fulfilled the qualifications for holding elected office.
A certificate for a particular achievement that specifies the awarding body, the type of qualification and its title.
Monthly quotas that distributors are required to meet, in order to qualify for a given achievement level. Quotas are usually set in terms of group and personal volume. Occasionally, there are recruiting quotas, requiring that you bring a certain number of people onto your front­line each month.
Qualifications are a formal expression of knowledge, skills and wider competences of the individuals. They are recognised at local, national or sectoral level and, in certain cases, at international level. A qualification is achieved when a competent body determines that an individual's learning has reached a specified standard of knowledge, skills and wider competences. The standard of learning outcomes is confirmed by means of an assessment process or the successful completion of a course of study. Learning and assessment for a qualification can take place through a programme of study and/or work place experience and/or any type of formal, non formal or informal learning pathway. A qualification confers official recognition of value in the labour market and in further education and training. A qualification can be a legal entitlement to practice a trade. [TWG ECVET
Keywords:  hallmark, school
a hallmark of the school
are the required work related knowledge, education and experience.