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Charges payable by internationally qualified applicants

Please read the consultation document before completing this form.

 

We are asking some specific questions that we would like responses to, but you are welcome to offer any comments you wish. All feedback will be taken into consideration.

 

We will publish a report about the consultation and the responses we have received. If you would prefer your response not to be made public, please indicate this when sending us your views.

 

The deadline for responses to this consultation is 30 January 2018.

 

We look forward to receiving your comments; thank you.

Questions about you

We would also like to ask some questions about you. Completing the diversity questionnaire is optional, but we would welcome information about our respondents. The information you provide will only be used for the purposes of analysing the consultation responses.

 

Consultation questions

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3. Do you agree that the cost of administering the process for registering internationally qualified applicants should be borne by the individuals with the international qualification who are applying for registration?

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4. Do you agree that the cost of the process for registering internationally qualified applicants should be cost neutral to existing GOsC registrants?

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5. Do you agree with the proposed increase to the charges levied on internationally qualified applicants for the following? a) Assessment of qualification

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b) Further Evidence of Practice Questionnaire

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c) Assessment of Clinical Performance

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6. Do you agree with the rationale for increasing the charges levied on internationally qualified applicants?

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Equality Impact Assessment

7. We have undertaken an equality impact assessment of our proposals. Do you think any proposals outlined above would have a disproportionate effect upon any particular group? If so, please explain this and explain how you think any impact should be mitigated.

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Any other comments

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