NZ-Trained Fitness to Practise
Fitness for registration in New Zealand requirements
When applying for registration, you must demonstrate to the Board that you are a fit person to practise in the profession of medical imaging and radiation therapy.
Section 16 of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 provides that you may not be registered to practise in New Zealand if:
- you do not satisfy the Board that you can communicate effectively
- you do not satisfy the Board that you can speak and understand English well enough to protect the health and safety of the public
- you have been convicted of an offence punishable by imprisonment for a term of three months or longer, and that reflects adversely on your fitness to practise
- you have a mental or physical condition that prevents you from performing the functions required for the practice of your profession
- you face professional disciplinary proceedings that reflect adversely on your fitness to practise
- you are being investigated about a matter that may be the subject of professional disciplinary proceedings, and that investigation reflects adversely on your fitness to practise
- are subject to an order of a professional disciplinary tribunal, an educational institution or an authority or a similar body that reflects your fitness to practise
- we have reason to believe that you may endanger the health and safety of the public
If you have been convicted as per above, you must be able to satisfy the Board that the offence does not reflect adversely on your fitness to practise in the profession of medical radiation technology.