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The Regulation and Inspection of Social Care (Qualifications) (Wales) (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019

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Visiting social workers and visiting social care managers: saving of old law

17.—(1) This regulation applies where—

(a)immediately before exit day—

(i)a person had the benefit of regulation 12 of the European Union (Recognition of Professional Qualifications) Regulations 2015(1) in respect of the provision by that person of services as a social worker or a social care manager, and

(ii)section 90(3) or 90A(3) of the 2016 Act applied to the person, and

(b)the person continues to have that benefit on or after exit day.

(2) Despite the amendments made by Part 1, the following provisions of the 2016 Act continue to apply in relation to the provision of those services by that person on and after exit day, as they applied before that day, subject to the modifications specified in regulation 18 (interpretation of saved provisions)—

(a)in section 66(1) (interpretation of Parts 3 to 8), the definitions of “exempt person”, “the General Systems Regulations”, “national”, “relevant European State”, “visiting European social care manager part” and “visiting European social worker part”;

(b)section 74(3) (rules: fees);

(c)in section 80, subsections (1)(c) and (d), (2)(c) and (d) and (3)(c) and (d) (the register);

(d)section 90 (visiting social workers from relevant European States);

(e)section 90A (visiting social care managers from relevant European States);

(f)section 113(3) to (5) (continuing professional development).

(3) Paragraph (2) has effect until—

(a)in the case of a person who is registered in accordance with section 90(3) or 90A(3) of the 2016 Act, the day on which the person’s name is removed from the register under section 90(6) or 90A(6) of that Act as the case may be;

(b)in the case of a person who is treated as being registered under section 90(4) or 90A(4) of that Act, the day on which the person’s entitlement to be registered under section 90(3) or 90A(3) of the 2016 Act ceases by virtue of section 90(5) or 90A(5) of that Act as the case may be.

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