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Review All Done – New Documents Ready

21/02/2019

We are delighted to let you know that ServiceIQ’s review of its Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMRs) has been completed successfully and the new documents are now available for you to use.


The significant project has led to the consolidation of a range of CMRs into two main areas which helps to streamline the requirements for everyone involved. The two new CMRs are:

Service Industry Sectors CMR

The Hospitality, Tourism and Retail CMRs have been consolidated into the one Service Sector CMR with industry specific appendices.
Click here for the new CMR for Service Industry Sectors
Click here for an overview of changes to CMR for Service Industry Sectors

Aviation Sectors CMR

The Aeronautical Engineering, Aircraft Operation, Airport Operations, Air Traffic Services, Aviation Core, and Flight Attendants CMRs have been consolidated into the one Aviation Sector CMR, again with industry specific appendices.
Click here for the new CMR for Aviation Sectors
Click here for an overview of changes to CMR for Aviation Sectors

Both CMRs include an appendix that provides additional guidance for Schools seeking CTA.

NZQA and ServiceIQ will work on transferring all unit standards in the previous CMRs to the two new ones. This process can take time so for a while you will continue to see reference to the previous versions even though the requirements have been updated.

The review resulted in minor changes to requirements and allows ServiceIQ to have consistency across all of its sectors. 


Transition Period

NZQA and ServiceIQ will allow organisations a 6 month period to transition over to the new requirements within each of the CMRs. Please read the reviewed requirements and ensure that your organisation works towards meeting any changes by the end of July 2019.


What are CMRs – NZQA – Each unit standard and achievement standard listed on the Directory of Assessment Standards (DAS) has an associated Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR) document, which outlines the specific requirements for consent to assess against standards and national external moderation. CMRs are developed by standard-setting bodies (SSBs).

Each CMR contains a ‘Requirements for Consent to Assess’ section – Each unit standard and achievement standard listed on the Directory of Assessment Standards (DAS) has an associated Consent and Moderation Requirements (CMR) document, which outlines the specific requirements for consent to assess against standards and national external moderation. CMRs are developed by standard-setting bodies (SSBs).

‘Moderation requirements’ section – The Moderation Requirements section of a CMR sets out the national external moderation requirements for the unit standards listed in the scope of the CMR. It is the responsibility of organisations with consent to assess and SSBs to ensure that assessors participate in the SSB's national external moderation system. SSBs may seek to verify this.


If you have any questions, please be sure to contact your ServiceIQ representative.

The ServiceIQ Quality & Moderation Team