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The Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians Order 2007

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Form, manner and content of applications for registration in the Register of Pharmacy Technicians or retention in that register

28.  (1)  The Council may make such provision in rules in connection with applications for registration in the Register of Pharmacy Technicians, or for retention in that register, as it considers appropriate, and may in particular make provision with regard to—

(a)the form and manner in which applications are to be made (and the rules may provide that applicants shall apply using application forms and presenting certificates that are in such form as the Council may determine from time to time);

(b)the information to be provided by or in respect of the applicant, including—

(i)the name under which he practises or intends to practise, or in the case of a person who does not intend to practise, the name by which he is generally known,

(ii)his home address, and

(iii)the information to be provided for the purposes of determining whether the applicant’s fitness to practise is impaired; and

(c)consultation, as regards the application, with a fitness to practise committee.

(2) The Registrar may—

(a)refuse to register an applicant for entry in the Register of Pharmacy Technicians; or

(b)refuse to retain in that register a person who wishes to be retained in that register, and so remove him from it,

if he fails to comply with, or if in respect of him there is a failure to comply with, rules made under paragraph (1).

(3) If a person who is registered in the Register of Pharmacy Technicians fails to comply with rules made under paragraph (1) in respect of applications for retention in that register, or there is a failure to comply with such rules in respect of him, the failure may be treated as misconduct for the purposes of article 48(1)(a) and the Registrar shall consider, in accordance with article 49(1), whether or not to refer the matter to the relevant fitness to practise committee.

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