WASC accreditation recognizes schools that meet an acceptable level of quality, in accordance with established, research-based WASC criteria.
What does ALQ stand for?
ALQ stands for Acceptable Level of Quality
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 7 other meanings of ALQ in our Acronym Attic
- Applications of Logic Programming to the Web, Semantic Web and Semantic Web Services (International Workshop)
- Adaptive Logical Programming Technology (welding)
- Arabic Language Proficiency Test (Arab Academy)
- American Low Power Television Association
- Artificial Limb Production Unit (Bangladesh)
- Auxiliary Lightning Protection Unit (antenna protection)
- All Purpose Communications System
- Aphid lethal paralysis virus
- Anomalous Left Pulmonary Venous Drainage
- Animas La Plata Water Conservancy District (Colorado)
- Adaptive Linear Quadratic (filter)
- Adolescent Lifestyle Questionnaire (Canada)
- Adult Leadership Qualification
- Alpha Gold Corporation (Canada)
- American Lawyers Quarterly
- Association des Libraires du Québec (French: Quebec Booksellers Association; Canada)
- Acquisition Screening
- Active Link Quality Analysis
- Assisted Living Quality Coalition
- All Quadrants (METAR reports)
Samples in periodicals archive:
These high-performance and high-capacity networks need to be verified in the lab before deployment to ensure they meet capacity and performance expectations while ensuring acceptable level of quality of customer experience can be delivered.
The entire organisational system must be geared towards this outcome The accuracy of forecasting the services required, matching resources, putting the resources and systems in place and the quality of the monitoring system all affect the ability of those on the frontline to deliver safe, quality patient care It is a core responsibility of district health boards (DHBs) to ensure the system and resources match the actual capacity of the organisation to deliver planned health services DHBs, like any organisation, operate within the boundaries of economic failure, unacceptable workload and unacceptable performance: ie, not spending more than they have, ensuring the demands on employees are not unreasonable and achieving an acceptable level of quality and safety (see illustration).
Until now, frame relay technology did not produce an acceptable level of quality to support real-time voice conversations, but was highly regarded for carrying data files.
report said: "We think kitchen units should be provided to an acceptable level of quality, so we bought similar units from each company and put them through some simple strength tests, focusing on doors, shelves and drawers.