(1) A student of a school who is of or over the age of 15 years and undertaking a course of study accredited by the Authority may be placed with an employer for training as part of that course of study if the principal of the school, the employer, the student and, if the student is under the age of 18 years, the parent of the student have made an arrangement about the placement of the student with the employer.
(2) A person must not make an arrangement under this section if the arrangement would include any period of placement at a skills or training centre that is not operated by the employer or is not under the direct control of the employer.
(3) An arrangement for structured workplace learning may be made with an employer in another State or Territory—
(a) if that State or Territory is declared by Order of the Governor in Council to be a reciprocating State or Territory for the purposes of this section; or
(b) if the principal of the school is satisfied that it is appropriate that the arrangement should be made.