(1) This section applies for the purposes of section 96.
(2) A qualifications body is an authority or body which can confer a relevant qualification.
(3) A relevant qualification is an authorisation, qualification, approval or certification of such description as may be prescribed—
(a) in relation to conferments in England, by a Minister of the Crown;
(b) in relation to conferments in Wales, by the Welsh Ministers;
(c) in relation to conferments in Scotland, by the Scottish Ministers.
(4) An authority or body is not a qualifications body in so far as—
(a) it is the responsible body of a school to which
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