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(1)Qualifications Wales may revoke a section 29 designation.
(2)Before revoking a section 29 designation, Qualifications Wales must give the recognised body in respect of which the form of qualification in question is designated notice of its intention to do so.
(3)The notice must—
(a)explain why Qualifications Wales proposes to revoke the section 29 designation, and
(b)specify when Qualifications Wales proposes to decide whether to revoke the section 29 designation.
(4)In deciding whether to revoke a section 29 designation, Qualifications Wales must have regard to any representations made by the recognised body.
(5)If Qualifications Wales decides to revoke a section 29 designation, it must give notice to the recognised body of the decision explaining when the revocation is to take effect.
(6)The revocation is to take effect on 1 September falling in the year after the decision to revoke has been made but the revocation applies only in relation to a learner starting a course of education or training on or after that date.
(7)The notice under subsection (5) must be given—
(a)if the decision to revoke is made on 31 December, on that day, or
(b)if the decision to revoke is made on any other day, promptly and in any event on or before the 31 December following the decision.
(8)Notice of a decision to revoke a section 29 designation must be published by Qualifications Wales.
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