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Care Act 2014

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107Commissioning education and training
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(1)Each LETB must for each financial year arrange for the provision of education and training in accordance with its education and training plan for that year.

(2)Where HEE considers that it would be better for the arrangements for the provision of certain education and training to be made on a national basis, it—

(a)may arrange for the provision of that education and training accordingly, or

(b)may direct one or more LETBs to do so on its behalf.

(3)Before exercising a power under subsection (2), HEE must involve LETBs in making its decision.

(4)HEE must for each financial year allocate to each LETB the amount that HEE considers appropriate to enable the LETB to comply with this section.

(5)In doing so, HEE must take into account any duty to which the LETB is subject under section 108(9) (requirement to make payments by reference to an approved tariff price or a price varied under a specified procedure).

(6)An LETB may arrange for another person to help it to exercise the function under subsection (1) or (where it is directed to do so under subsection (2)(b)) the function under subsection (2)(a) (and such functions as are exercisable for the purposes of or in connection with the exercise of the function concerned).

(7)Each LETB—

(a)must keep under review the quality of the education and training the provision of which it arranges, and

(b)must report its findings to such persons as it considers may be interested by them.

(8)An LETB must produce such reports on the exercise of the function under subsection (1) (including on the quality of the education and training the provision of which it arranges) as HEE may require.

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