Pursuant to sections 130–133 of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003, the following notice is given.
1. Title and commencement—(1) This notice may be cited as the Psychologists (Fees) Notice 2020.
(2) This notice comes into force on 19 February 2020.
2. Fees—The Psychologists Board sets the following fees, payable to the Board, specified in the attached Schedule.
3. Tax—The fees are inclusive of goods and services tax.
4. Waiver—The Psychologists Board may provide for the waiver or transfer of any fee or part thereof.
5. No refund—Fees are not refundable when an application is declined.
6. Revocation—This notice revokes all previous Psychologist (Fees) Notices.
|Application for registration by a practitioner trained in New Zealand||185.00|
|Application for registration under the Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act 1997||190.00|
|Application for registration by a practitioner trained overseas in a prescribed country1||595.00|
|Application for registration by a practitioner trained overseas in a non-prescribed country||850.00|
|Application for a vocational scope of practice2 by a practitioner trained in New Zealand or a prescribed country||412.00|
|Application for a vocational scope of practice2 by a practitioner trained in a non-prescribed country||553.00|
|Application (Stage 1) for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice||650.00|
|Application (Stage 2) for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice||690.00|
|Application (Stage 3) for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice||682.00|
|Application to be restored to the Register of Psychologists||90.00|
|Application for a new practising certificate for a period of 12 months (or less)3||635.95|
|Application by a new graduate for his or her first (12-month) practising certificate||458.85|
|Application for a new practising certificate valid for a period of 3 months (or less) by a practitioner who has not been practising at any other time during that financial year4||163.85|
|Application for a practising certificate valid for a period of 1 month (or less) by a practitioner who has not been practising at any other time during that financial year||79.90|
|Application to renew a current practising certificate for the subsequent financial year||550.85|
|Application to return to practice from a practitioner who has not held a practising certificate within the 3 years immediately preceding the date of the application||230.00|
|Annual maintenance of registration and communication for non-practising registrants||48.00|
|Certificate of registration (including standard postage within New Zealand or to Australia only)||69.00|
|Replacement of a printed practising certificate||47.50|
|The supply of any documents (other than a certificate of registration) required for the purpose of seeking registration overseas||143.50|
|Inspection of the Register or other records (search fee)||220.00|
|Copy of the Register of Psychologists||105.00|
|Application for the Board to review a delegate’s decision||300.00|
|Fee for conducting an accreditation review of a degree, course of study, or programme leading to registration as a psychologist in New Zealand5||12,170.00|
Key to Annotation
1 A current list of prescribed countries is maintained by the Board and published on its website.
2 Excepting applications for the Neuropsychologist scope of practice.
3 Practising certificate is an annual practising certificate or an interim practising certificate.
4 The Board’s financial year ends 31 March.
5 Fee will be adjusted (at a rate of $100.00 per assessor per hour) if site visit exceeds three days and/or deficiencies are identified that require additional review.
Dated at Wellington this 17th day of January 2020.
FRANCES HAMILTON, Registrar/General Manager, Psychologists Board.