Higher Education Support Act 2003

Schedule 1A - VET FEE-HELP Assistance Scheme  


See section 6-1 .

PART 1 - VET providers  

Division 5A - Civil penalty provisions and enforcement  

Subdivision 5A-D - Other matters  

SECTION 39GC   Delegation by relevant chief executive etc.  

The *Secretary may, in writing, delegate his or her powers and functions that:

(a)  arise under the *Regulatory Powers Act as the relevant chief executive; and

(b)  relate to this Division;

to an SES employee, or an acting SES employee, in the Department.


The *National VET Regulator may, in writing, delegate his or her powers and functions that:

(a)  arise under the *Regulatory Powers Act as the relevant chief executive and relate to this Division; or

(b)  arise under clause 39GA of this Schedule;

to an *NVETR staff member who is:

(c)  an SES employee or an acting SES employee; or

(d)  an APS employee who holds or performs the duties of an Executive Level 2 position or an equivalent position.

A person exercising powers or performing functions under a delegation under subclause (1) or (2) must comply with any directions of the delegator.

A person must not exercise powers or perform functions under a delegation under subclause (1) or (2) in relation to an infringement notice given by the person.


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