(1) The Board may provisionally accredit a course if:
(a) the institution has sought accreditation for the course; and
(b) the information provided by the institution shows that the course includes a requirement mentioned in Schedule 5; and
(i) the Board does not expect to complete its consideration of the course under regulation 20.13 before the start of the academic semester; or
(ii) the Board has not completed its consideration of the course under regulation 20.13 when the academic semester starts.
(2) The Board may provisionally accredit a changed course if:
(a) a consequence of the change to the course is that the learning outcomes of the course may meet fewer of the requirements set out in Schedule 5; and
(b) the Board considers that the changed course still achieves the learning outcomes stated for the knowledge requirements mentioned in Schedule 5.
(3) Provisional accreditation:
(a) starts when the course is provisionally accredited; and
(b) ends at the earlier of:
(i) when the course has concluded; and
(ii) when a decision in relation to the course is made under regulation 20.13.