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(1) Each Council may, in accordance with rules made by it, approve courses in relevant social work for persons who are or wish to become social workers.
(2) An approval given under this section may be either unconditional or subject to such conditions as the Council thinks fit.
(3) Rules made by virtue of this section may in particular make provision—
(a) about the content of, and methods of completing, courses;
(b) as to the provision to the Council of information about courses;
(c) as to the persons who may participate in courses, or in parts of courses specified in the rules;
(d) as to the numbers of persons who may participate in courses;
(e) for the award by the Council of certificates of the successful completion of courses;
(f) about the lapse and renewal of approvals; and
(g) about the withdrawal of approvals.
(4) A Council may—
(a) conduct, or make arrangements for the conduct of, examinations in connection with such courses as are mentioned in this section or section 67; and
(b) carry out, or assist other persons in carrying out, research into matters relevant to training for relevant social work.
(5) A course for persons who wish to become social workers shall not be approved under this section unless the Council considers that it is such as to enable persons completing it to attain the required standard of proficiency in relevant social work.
(6) In subsection (5) “the required standard of proficiency in relevant social work” means the standard described in rules made by the Council.
(7) The Council shall from time to time publish a list of the courses which are approved under this section.
To be appointed: see s 122.