I should create an official document in English saying that the mentioned employee underwent Internship in our Institute/Department from 1.1.2014 to 31.12.2014.
After the line "To whom it may concern" I want to place a header like
"Certification of Declaration" "Confirmation letter" "Verification" etc...
I chose "Certification of Declaration", however I am not sure it is appropriate header to use.
My questions are:
What "Certification of Declaration" means exactly and if it can be used in the mentioned context? (I did not find an explanation in Google).
Could you please suggest a proper if C-o-D is not appropriate.
Thanks a lot.
( 6 months ago )
In this context certification and declaration mean very similar things: they both claim to be an authoritative statement of something. That makes "certification of declaration" confusing: it would imply that you certify that you declare that you have declared something.
I think you should go for Letter of Confirmation. It has the spirit of your original, but is much more natural English: it is a letter and the purpose of the letter is to confirm. (Other letters might be letters of denunciation, of concern, of approval; this is one of confirmation).