The Board shall give advice on the general direction of accreditation and contribute to the policies and strategies of QAC in particular.
The Board shall oversee the general operations of QAC and determine whether they are conducted with efficiency and effectiveness and in response to the needs of its stakeholders and of the market at large.
The Board may, at its own initiative or at the request of QAC, give input into the strategic aims and priorities to be pursued by QAC.
The Board shall consider the relevant QAC standards and assuring consistency and compatibility with them - give guidance as to the need and desirability of developing interpretation and harmonization documents related to accreditation and shall provide its opinion before final adoption by QAC .
The Board may, after due process has been followed pursuant to the applicable QAC procedures, offer arbitration or advice on disputes related to accreditation and to the development of guidance.
The Board shall be the main forum for the exchange of information, experiences and discussion on accreditation with the aim of promoting confidence in accreditation.
The Board may adopt resolutions on its findings and guidance offered to QAC .
The Board shall publish its resolutions and other orientations on accreditation in an annual report.