3(1)Where a conditional registration order is made in relation to a person, he shall continue to be eligible for registration under section 3, but he shall comply with such conditions relevant to his employment as a teacher as may be specified in the order.E+W
(2)Without prejudice to the generality of sub-paragraph (1)—
(a)the conditions which may be specified in a conditional registration order include conditions for requiring the person in question to take any specified steps that will, in the opinion of the Council, be conducive to his becoming a competent teacher; and
(b)conditions may be so specified (whether for the purpose mentioned in paragraph (a) or otherwise) that will involve expenditure on the part of that person.
(3)Subject to sub-paragraph (4), any condition specified in a conditional registration order shall have effect either—
(a)for such period as may be so specified, or
(b)without limit of time.
(4)A person in relation to whom a conditional registration order has been made may, in accordance with regulations, apply to the Council for them to vary or revoke any condition specified in the order.
(5)Regulations may make provision authorising the Council, if satisfied that such a person has failed to comply with any such condition, to make a suspension or prohibition order in relation to him.
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