» In this Section
- What is CORU?
- CORU's Role
- Registration Boards
- Public Consultations
- Customer Service
- Protected Disclosures
Each profession has its own Registration Board which is responsible for the registration of members of the profession.
Two years after the establishment of a Registration Board, three representatives of the professions will be elected to the Board and one of these will be nominated to Council.
Each Board has 13 members and, like the Council, each has a lay majority.
The Registration Board is responsible for:
- Establishing and maintaining the Register of members for that profession
- Recognising qualifications gained outside the State
- Approving and monitoring education and training programmes for entry to the register
- Setting the code of professional conduct and ethics giving guidance to professionals on continuing professional development
Please click here for the Code of Conduct for Council and Registration Board Members.
Please click here to read the Guide for Council and Registration Board Members.