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Additional functions76Additional functions of the Chief Inspector for Wales

(1)    The Chief Inspector for Wales must keep the National Assembly informed about—

(a)    the quality of the education and training which is brought within the remit of the Chief Inspector for Wales by this Part;

(b)    the standards achieved by those receiving that education and training; and

(c)    whether the financial resources made available to those providing it are managed efficiently and used so as to provide value for money.

(2)    When asked to do so by the National Assembly, the Chief Inspector for Wales must—

(a)    give the National Assembly advice on such matters, relating to education and training brought within the remit of the Chief Inspector for Wales by this Part, as the National Assembly may specify;

(b)    inspect such education or training, or such class of education or training, within that remit as the National Assembly may specify;

(c)    report on the result of an inspection conducted under this section.

(3)    The Chief Inspector for Wales is to have such other functions in connection with education and training brought within the remit of the Chief Inspector for Wales by this Part as the National Assembly may specify.

(4)    The functions specified under subsection (3) may include functions with respect to training of or for teachers, lecturers, trainers or other persons engaged in the provision of education or training which is brought within the remit of the Chief Inspector for Wales by this Part.

(5)    In exercising functions under this Part, the Chief Inspector for Wales must have regard to—

(a)    advice given by the National Assembly; and

(b)    such aspects of the National Assembly's policy as the National Assembly may specify.

NOTES
Initial Commencement
To be appointed

To be appointed: see s 154(2)(a).

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