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The Education (Student Support) (Wales) Regulations 2012

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Interpretation of regulation 115

116.  In regulation 115—

(a)“attendance confirmation” (“cadarnhad o bresenoldeb”) means confirmation in writing from the academic authority—

(i)that the eligible part-time student has enrolled for the academic year where the eligible part-time student—

(aa)is applying for one or more elements of the part-time grants for dependants (“part-time support” in this regulation) in connection with a designated part-time course for the first time;

(bb)has a disability; and

(cc)is undertaking the course but not attending (regardless of whether the reason for not attending relates to the student’s disability);

(ii)that the eligible part-time student has been present at the institution and begun to attend the course where—

(aa)the student is applying for part-time support in connection with a designated part-time course for the first time;

(bb)the student’s status as an eligible part-time student has not been transferred to the designated part-time course from another course at the same institution; and

(cc)sub-paragraph (i)(cc) does not apply;

(iii)that the eligible part-time student has enrolled for the academic year where the eligible part-time student is applying for part-time support in connection with a designated part-time course—

(aa)other than for the first time; or

(bb)for the first time after the student’s status as an eligible part-time student has been transferred to that course from another course at the same institution;

(b)“payment period” (“cyfnod talu”) means a period in respect of which the Welsh Ministers pay the support under regulations 99 to 108 or would have paid such support if the eligible part-time student’s period of eligibility had not terminated.

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