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(1) When an inspection asked for under section 54(3) has been completed, the Chief Inspector of Adult Learning must make a written report on it if asked to do so by the Secretary of State.
(2) The report—
(a) must state whether the Chief Inspector considers the education or training inspected to be of a quality adequate to meet the reasonable needs of those receiving it; and
(b) may deal with such other matters as he considers relevant.
(3) The Chief Inspector must send copies of the report to—
(a) the Secretary of State;
(b) the Learning and Skills Council for England;
(c) any local education authority providing funds for the education or training inspected; and
(d) the provider of the inspected education or training.
(4) Copies may also be sent to such other persons as the Chief Inspector considers appropriate.
(5) The Chief Inspector must arrange for the report to be published in such manner as he considers appropriate.
To be appointed: see s 154(1)(a).