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Certification date vs certificate date

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Shalini Jaiswal

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( 6 months ago )

In company XYZ people can get a certificate called 'XYZ certified professional'. This certificate has a date and the certificate is valid for a number of years from that date onwards.

Which is the best description for this date?

  1. Certification date
  2. Certificate date

I would intuitively choose 1, but 2 has the advantage of being shorter.

Thanks for answers.

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Alex Wilson

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( 6 months ago )

Either sound acceptable but do they mean exactly the same thing? Certificate date sounds like the date the certificate was written - which could be the same as certification date. But if there is a procedure whereby certificates are renewed (say annually) then will the date on any certificate necessarily be the same as that of original certification? –

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