This is an interesting site about fake qualifications. This is a subject dear to our heart on CassidySlangScam because Cassidy was not only a fake linguist but also a fake academic who somehow became a professor in spite of flunking his BA at Cornell in 1965 and never acquiring any other qualifications.
Is suíomh an-spéisiúil é seo a bhaineann le cáilíochtaí bréige. Is ábhar sin atá in aice lenár gcroí anseo ag CassidySlangScam, mar ní teangeolaí bréige amháin a bhí sa Chasaideach, léachtóir bréige a bhí ann fosta, ar éirigh leis ollamh a dhéanamh de féin, in ainneoin gur caitheadh amach as a chúrsa BA ag Cornell sa bhliain 1965 é gan céim a ghnóthú agus in ainneoin nach bhfuair sé cáilíochtaí ar bith eile ó ollscoil ar bith eile ina dhiaidh sin.
An interesting take by a judge last week when jailing Simon Macartney for fraud and using fake documents. Judge Andrew Goymer also condemned the employer for failing to make proper checks on a job applicant’s qualifications.
Get Surrey reports that Macartney was employed as the Driving Standards Manager for the South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) for four years, earning more than £200,000. His job required him to assess whether paramedics were qualified to drive ambulances. He lied about his career as a police traffic officer and then produced fake certificates when challenged about his qualifications. He is now serving a three year sentence in prison.
The judge said SECAmb’s system of checking employees’ qualifications was a ‘disaster waiting to happen’, and the recruitment process used by the Trust ‘left much to be desired’ and ‘was thoroughly lax’.
Managers did not ask for original proof of qualifications when jobs were offered to applicants.
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