Victorian Current Acts

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Exception—reasonable terms of qualification

        A qualifying body may set reasonable terms in relation to an occupational qualification, or make reasonable variations to those terms, to enable a person with a disability to practise the profession, carry on the trade or business or engage in the occupation or employment to which the qualification relates.

Example to s. 37 amended by No. 26/2011 s. 34(Sch. item 3.13).


A person is required to complete a certain number of hours of supervised clinical practice before he or she can qualify as a health professional. A woman cannot do clinical practice because of her disability. The qualifying body may dispense with the requirement for clinical practice, and restrict the work she is allowed to perform under the qualification to teaching and research.

Division 3—Discrimination in education

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