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3. No person shall be employed as an officer of an authority to which this regulation applies, in the capacity of a speech therapist, unless he satisfies one of the following conditions:—
(a)certifying that he has attended a course of training, and passed an examination, approved by the Secretary of State; or
(b)certifying that the College are satisfied that he has, in a country or territory outside the United Kingdom, attended a course of training and passed an examination recognised by the College and approved by the Secretary of State.
(2) His name is included in a list, kept by the Secretary of State for Social Services or the Secretary of State for Wales, of persons not qualified in accordance with the foregoing provisions of this Regulations, who have satisfied the Secretary of State that their training and experience are adequate for employment as speech therapists.
(3) His name is included in a list of persons suitable for employment as speech therapists kept by the Secretary of State for Scotland or the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
(4) He was immediately before 1st April 1974 employed as a speech therapist:—
(a)by a Regional Hospital Board or the Welsh Hospital Board; or
(b)by a Board of Governors of a teaching hospital; or
(c)by a local health authority or a local education authority; or
(d)by a Regional Hospital Board, local health authority or education authority in Scotland; or
(e)in the Northern Ireland health service.
4. The authorities to which the foregoing Regulation applies are:—
(a)Regional Health Authorities;
(b)Area Health Authorities;
(c)special health authorities.