An interim ruling is a decision made by Hanga-Aro-Rau as the standard setting body to address an issue/error within a standard to allow for continuation of assessment until the standard can be revised.
These rulings are applied to all active versions of the standard which have the same issue/error and lasts until the Last Date of Assessment (LDoA) of the version/s of the standard it is applied to.
Interim rulings are generally applied to correct minor errors in terminology and to provide clarity:
If you are developing assessment material or conducting moderation against a unit standard and believe an interim ruling should be applied, please send the details to [email protected].
Please see the table below for the list of current interim rulings.
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