Completing your application
Evidence of your qualifications
You’ll need to enter the details of any specialist medical qualification(s) and any other relevant qualifications you have gained since your original application. You should submit evidence of the qualifications you list and the curriculum or syllabus you followed.
Listing your evidence
In your application you should list the evidence you’re submitting against each recommendation.
- list the documents you are submitting to show you meet the recommendation
- explain how you’ve now met the required standard, and/or
- explain how you’ve already met the required standard and where you feel a procedural error has occurred.
The size of your application will depend on the recommendations made in your original application.
We recommend you provide all your evidence electronically, other than evidence which required authentication. When submitting your evidence electronically, please ensure you upload evidence against the correct recommendation.
Your CV and the evidence pro-formas to verify your evidence should be uploaded under your first recommendation or specific section provided.
If you are choosing to provide some hard copy evidence you should send us this within 14 days of submitting your application.
Your evidence should be structured so that we can assess it properly.
Organising your hard copy evidence
For any hard copy evidence you’re submitting, you must organise this by recommendation when ordering your evidence.
Your application dividers
It’s really important you download and print our divider pack to help you sort and present your evidence. You must follow the structure of these dividers when ordering your evidence.
Important points you need to remember about hard copy evidence
When we’ve assessed your evidence we’ll scan it so it can be sent for evaluation.
Please bear in mind that:
- you should only provide copies, not original documents
- while the majority of your documents should be A4 in size, we can scan pages that are A3 or A5
- double sided documents are acceptable
- you mustn’t bind or staple your documents in any way
- you mustn’t submit books or leaflets. Instead, you should submit photocopies of the relevant pages
- you mustn’t submit your evidence in folders or plastic wallets.