There have been questions about his qualifications to lead the company.
Does he have the right qualifications to become a Supreme Court Justice?
3 [uncountable]when a person or team reaches a necessary standard, for example by passing an examination or defeating another team:
Upon qualification, you can expect to find work abroad fairly easily.
the US qualification for the World Cup
4 [uncountable and countable]something that you add to a statement to limit its effect or meaning [= reservation]:
I welcome without qualification the Minister's proposal.
GRAMMAR GRAMMAR Qualificationis usually plural. Qualifications are all the examination passes and skills you need to do a particular job• Academic qualifications (NOT qualification) are not necessary to do this job.When qualification is used in the singular form in British English, it means 'a degree, a certificate, a diploma etc'• a qualification in business studies. Speakers of American English usually mention the specific name of the degree, diploma etc they are talking about, e.g.high school diploma, college degree, teaching certificate etc.!! Do not say 'study a qualification'. Say study for a qualification.
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.