What we ask for
Throughout your application, we'll ask you for evidence that shows how you meet our registration requirements.
We strongly recommend you gather your evidence before you start your application. This is so there are no unnecessary delays.
This 'How to register' guide will go through the evidence requirements in the order we’ll ask for them.
Jump to the sections on providing:
- identity evidence
- qualification evidence
- health evidence
- character evidence
- language evidence
- confirmation of professional indemnity cover
Things to be aware of
We recommend you contact your education institution directly to get another copy or a statement from them confirming the qualification you completed.
For every document that is not in English, you must provide:
- the original document
- a photocopy of the original document stamped and signed by a translation service
- a complete and accurate English translation with the photocopy of the original document, also stamped and signed by the translation service.
- the contact details of the translation service or translator used.
We won't be able to accept your document without these.
You’ll need to upload further evidence if your qualification is in a different name to the one on your application, so we can see why you’ve changed your name and confirm your identity.
Examples of further evidence include a marriage, civil partnership or divorce certificate, or a deed poll notification.
Your name change evidence should be issued by the relevant official body and should clearly show your previous and new name(s). You can upload a scanned copy, but we’ll need to see the original version at your face-to-face verification check.
If your regulator no longer issues registration certificates, we recommend you upload a statement of entry to the register from your regulator instead.
Make sure you contact your referees or verifiers before submitting your application to let them know you’re applying for registration with us, get consent to share their contact details with us and make sure you’re providing the correct details.
Your application may be delayed if you don’t contact them, as we’ll only be able to evaluate your qualification once we’ve received the information we need from your referees or verifiers.