Definition of accredited in English:

accredited

adjective

  • (of a person, organization, or course of study) officially recognized or authorized.

    ‘an accredited practitioner’
    ‘an accredited college’
    • ‘The expansion of student numbers in developed countries and the growth in numbers of accredited institutions and courses have led to public concerns about quality.’
    • ‘Ah, but don't think that we are presently free of wrong-headed notions originated by trained and accredited scientists.’
    • ‘It also raises the legal age for owning a gun to 21 from 16 and new firearm owners will be have to undergo a training and safety course at an accredited institution.’
    • ‘I'd make an appointment with him or another accredited plastic surgeon to discuss your options.’
    • ‘We try to balance the educational accredited courses with those that provide life skills, without the worry of sitting exams.’
    • ‘Coaches, athletes, managers and parents are being encouraged to attend the four-day accredited course to promote player safety during the coming winter season.’
    • ‘Courses are fully accredited, and if completed successfully, may be applied towards a degree.’
    • ‘The state of Washington established a scholarship program for students who meet certain academic and financial criteria and study at an accredited college within the state.’
    • ‘Local training providers will be linked to training in using the arts with community groups, music technology, voluntary sector development, multimedia and creative IT, including accredited courses.’
    • ‘Graduates of accredited courses report successful avoidance of life-threatening situations and greater confidence resulting from their newly acquired security awareness and field medical skills.’
    • ‘What it does provide are titles, descriptions, and syllabi of a large number of courses from accredited academic institutions.’
    • ‘The programme, which offers a broad range of courses leading to accredited academic and professional awards as well as recognised training certificates, has enjoyed tremendous success in recent years.’
    • ‘Australia banned two IOC accredited officials from entering the country during the Sydney Games for security reasons, raising protests from the IOC at the time.’
    • ‘In addition to providing a range of accredited courses, the centres also provide open access hours to registered students during which time they have the opportunity to practice the skills they are learning.’
    • ‘You can check the list of members on the JUMVEA website, and accredited members will proudly display their membership on their website.’
    • ‘However, I will tell you that I have a four-year Bachelor's degree from an accredited university with a course concentration in psychology.’
    • ‘This is an accredited course and is recognised by the Australian Coaching Council.’
    • ‘Women in Governance is a free, accredited course set up by the Richmond Council for Voluntary Service in partnership with its sister agencies in Kingston and Merton, and funded by the Association of Local Government.’
    • ‘Their accredited courses offer very small classes (four people per sailboat!) that last over 30 hours in total.’
    • ‘As of 2003, accredited organizations are expected to engage in at least one proactive risk assessment of a high-risk process.’

Pronunciation

accredited

/əˈkrɛdɪtɪd/