Quiz

In order to complete this quiz it is recommended that you watch the Boundaries 1 training video available from www.wtanglican.nz/boundaries-courses with the accompanying powerpoint notes. 
If you are a licenced lay minister, licenced clergy person, or you hold a PTO you must complete this quiz to retain your licence.
To pass the quiz you must achieve a score of at least 80%. Upon reaching that score you will be issued with a certificate. You may repeat the quiz as required.

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* 1. Please enter your contact details

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* 2. Please select your office type.

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* 3. The Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia lobbied the government to be included in the Royal Commission.

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* 4. The Royal Commission and its proceedings have now concluded.

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* 5. Who is subject to the new Title D legislation? (Tick any that apply)

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* 6. Is the Legislation in force yet?

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* 7. Where can you find the new legislation online?

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* 8. Why have changes been made? (Tick any that apply)

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* 9. All serious written complaints will be referred to the Registrar of the new Ministry Standards Commission.

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* 10. The Ministry Standards Commission is a substitute for criminal proceedings.

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* 11. The Registrar may (1) dismiss a complaint, or refer it as either (2) "unsatisfactory conduct" or (3) "misconduct". Which of these decisions refers the matter to a tribunal?

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* 12. Which of these Canons describes the behaviour expected of office bearers in the Church?

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* 13. Which of these Canons outlines the process by which complaints are handled?

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* 14. Under the new legislation, only an alleged victim can make a formal complaint.

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* 15. The complainant is required to prosecute his/her complaint.

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* 16. Complaints may be received orally. 

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* 17. The respondent (the person about whom the complaint is made) may appeal the Registrar's initial decision to refer as 'unsatisfactory conduct' or 'misconduct.'

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* 18. "Unsatisfactory conduct" is referred back to the relevant Bishop without a Tribunal. That Bishop (with reference to principles of forgiveness and reconciliation) then makes decisions about admonishment, counselling and training.

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* 19. What kind of conduct does this statement define: "intentional, significant or continuing departure from the Standards of Ministry set out in Canon I"?

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* 20. If the Registrar believes the threshold for risk has been met, he/she may recommend immediate suspension of the respondent (the person against whom allegations have been made) before an investigation.

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* 21. Tribunal members are selected from a list maintained by the Ministry Standards Commission. Appointments to a specific tribunal are made by the Bishop upon the explicit recommendation of the Registrar. In Tikanga Pakeha, a Tribunal would consist of what three people ... (Please tick any that apply)

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* 22. A tribunal that determines "misconduct" may make one of four recommendations. Please rank the following four determinations in order from least serious to most serious.

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* 23. A respondent may appeal any determination.

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* 24. A public register of all "misconduct" will be maintained by the Ministry Standards Commission.

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* 25. Safe-to-receive testimonials record any Title D complaint where a determination of 'unsatisfactory conduct' or 'misconduct' has been made. However, these testimonials only apply to licenced clergy.

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* 26. The Ministry Standards Commission will "audit the approach of Episcopal Units of this Church to the training and monitoring of MInisters."

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