On July 1st, revised NDEB® By-laws will be in effect. Included in the update are changes regarding repeating the NDECC®.
The NDECC® consists of two components, the Clinical Skills component and the Situational Judgment component taken in two consecutive days. Successful completion of the NDECC® is required to complete the Equivalency Process.
As outlined in the revised By-laws, an examinee who fails either the Clinical Skills component or the Situational Judgement component of the NDECC® is only required to retake the failed component. If both components are failed examinees must repeat the entire NDECC®.
The NDECC® can be taken any number of times within 60 months from the date the NDECC® is introduced or from the date the examinee passed the ACJ.
The revised By-laws will be available on the NDEB® website in late June 2022.