On the first occasion that a licence holder1 offers to provide or arrange the provision of a service to a worker2, the holder must give notice to the worker stating:
(1) whether that service is a work-finding service3 (for which the licence holder is prohibited from charging a fee)4; and
(2) whether any other services or goods which may be provided by the licence holder or any other person are services or goods for which the holder or other person providing them will or may charge a fee, together with details of any such fee including:
(a) the amount
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