LICENSING AND DISCIPLINE REPORTS
or ‘LETTERS OF GOOD STANDING’
Licensing and discipline reports are also referred to as a letters of good standing,.
They are relied on as evidence of an applicant’s competence as well as character and conduct.
All applicants must produce licensing and discipline reports for every jurisdiction in which they have been registered to practise a regulated profession, anywhere in the world. Note – the College’s application for registration form requires applicants to list all jurisdictions where they have been registered to practice or have practised.
The College does not provide a standard form for licencing and discipline reports.
Licensing and discipline reports should be sent directly to the College.
The onus is on the applicant to contact each relevant agency to request a report.
An exception to the requirement might be made if an applicant for compelling reasons is not able to satisfy the requirement, for example when they are from a war torn country where it is not practicable to obtain a report.