Failure to satisfy conditions
There are certain conditions you need to satisfy to ensure your competence within a general scope of practice. If you fail to satisfy these conditions within two years, your application for a practising certificate will be reviewed. This is provided for under section 27(1)(b) of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCAA).
In this situation we may do one of the following:
- extend your registration within a provisional general scope for a further period
- put restrictions on your practising certificate
- decline to issue a practising certificate.
During our review, you will be given an opportunity to make written submissions to us and be heard by us, before a final decision to restrict or decline to issue a practising certificate is made.