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Cloned QA Declarations

QA Declarations are included in clone QA exemption. That is, once a ‘master’ Outline for a session has been QA approved, the ‘clones’ will show all declarations as being made and be exempt from any further QA if they are not edited. Learn more about exemption eligibility criteria: Clone QA Exemption

Once certain sections of the clone are edited, some QA Declarations become unticked and must be re-made by the Author and/or QAO. Note that if an Author edits the Outline, the declarations for both the Author and QAO become unticked. If a QAO with edit permissions edits the Outline, the declarations for the QAO become unticked.

If section type is edited… …certain QA Declarations must be re-made

Section that is NOT included in an Assessment/Exam Item

  • Overall tone
  • Schedule
  • Essential requirements to pass this subject

Assessment/Exam Item section:

  • Task (Assessment Item only)
  • Requirements (Exam Item only)
  • Rationale
  • Marking criteria and standards

Declaration/s for the section/s that were edited —PLUS—

  • Overall tone
  • Schedule
  • Essential requirements to pass this subject

NB. Once these declarations have been re-made, further edits on an Assessment/Exam Items can be made without these declarations becoming repeatedly unticked