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The Seed (Registration, Licensing and Enforcement) (Wales) Regulations 2005

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27.—(1) For the purposes of this Part and Schedule 4—

(a)a seed analyst is a person who—

(i)has completed a training course organised by, or on behalf of, the National Assembly, the Secretary of State, the Scottish Ministers or the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development relating to seed testing in respect of seed of the species being tested, or to be tested, by the person; and

(ii)having completed such a course, has passed the relevant examination organised by, or on behalf of, the National Assembly, the Secretary of State, the Scottish Ministers or the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development;

(b)an Analyst in Charge is a person who, being also a seed analyst, has—

(i)completed the training course and passed the examination required of a seed analyst in respect of seed of each of the species which may be tested at the LSTS for which he or she has, or is to have, responsibility; and

(ii)passed an examination relating to laboratory management organised by, or on behalf of, the National Assembly, the Secretary of State, the Scottish Ministers or the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.

(2) The National Assembly may from time to time require any seed analyst carrying out statutory seed testing at a LSTS or the Analyst in Charge of a LSTS to attend such further training courses and undergo such further examinations as it considers appropriate in order to maintain his or her knowledge and qualifications in respect of his or her functions at the LSTS.

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