If a Company doctor is competent, then he or she has completed the Company's "Fitness-for-Duty Examiner" certification training. [If P then Q]
Company doctors are all Certified Fitness-for-Duty Examiners. [Q]
Therefore, Company doctors are competent. [Therefore, P]
Note_1: I wanted to write the second (Q) statement in a more realistic fashion. However, it might help for me to give more precise verbiage to make it clear: "All Company doctors have completed the Company's 'Fitness-for-Duty Examiner' certification training." [Q]
Note_2: I read several previous questions concerning Affirming the Consequent. I have read the Wikipedia article, and other articles online about this logical fallacy.