uncredentialed

un·cre·den·tialed

 (ŭn′krĭ-dĕn′shəld)
abbr.
Not having proper credentials: "the ministrations of uncredentialed healers" (James S. Gordon).

uncredentialed

(ˌʌnkrɪˈdɛnʃəld)
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) unqualified
References in classic literature ?
Owning no slaves, they were not rated among "the best people" of their neighborhood; but they were honest persons of good education, fairly well mannered and as respectable as any family could be if uncredentialed by personal dominion over the sons and daughters of Ham.
I also ordered Viagra from 14 uncredentialed sites with no warnings; two of these sites sold fake Viagra.
Neither success in the free market nor good exam results grants one the "right to rule." But it was easy to wish they did, because if they did, then the crude, uncredentialed people walking the halls of power in Warsaw and Budapest were not just unedifying but illegitimate.
These periodizations are for the most part convincing, but the show's opening rooms are its strongest: Here Cooke demonstrates the invigoratingly porous flows between academically trained and uncredentialed artists through carefully selected pieces predominantly from the early decades of the twentieth century.
There is now room in the cathedral of literature for every charismatic and uncredentialed genius who has seen a light and can find a way to make us see it, too.
On the most basic level, Wikipedia is "assembled by uncredentialed volunteers," with a "strong presentist bias." For instance, "the first George to serve as president of the United States, Washington, has a Wikipedia entry of roughly 19,000 words; the most recent President George, this time W.
(12) On average, poor and minority students are still exposed to inexperienced, uncredentialed, and unqualified teachers at twice the rate of other students.
Although hiring uncredentialed teachers is usually perceived as reducing standards, Oakland is collaborating with researchers from the nearby University of California at Berkeley to gather data on its emergency hires.
Bevis noted that, if the government or a nonprofit agency sent him 20 enthusiastic, untrained, uncredentialed volunteers, he would probably be able to find some way to put them to work.
(12) In Pathelin, the title character, an uncredentialed but proud lawyer, swindles a clothier and then feigns illness to avoid paying for his cloth.
The untenured and uncredentialed will continue to accept WPA positions, and our current taxonomies obscure the liminal WPAs already in our midst.