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Ändrade villkor för rörlighet inom EU

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22 nov 2013, 13:16

http://www.uhr.se/Documents/Bed%C3%B6mning%20av%20utbildning/Yrkeserk%C3%A4nnande/139598.pdf
European professional card
The European professional card will be an electronic certificate issued by the professional's country of departure that will facilitate automatic recognition in the host country (the country where the professional seeks to establish himself).
Partial access
Directive 2005/36/EC only applies to professionals who want to pursue the same profession in another member state. However, there are cases where the activities concerned are part of a profession with a larger scope of activities in the host member state. If the differences between the fields of activity are so large that in reality a full programme of education and training is required from the professional to compensate for shortcomings and if the professional so requests, a host member state shall under these circumstances grant partial access. A member state will be able to refuse a partial access to a profession on the grounds of public health concerns. This may in particular be the case for health professionals.
Alert mechanism
The existing rules already provide for detailed obligations for member states to exchange information.These obligations will be reinforced. In future, competent authorities of member states will have to proactively alert the authorities of other member states about professionals who are no longer entitled to practice their profession due to a disciplinary action or criminal conviction, through a specific alert mechanism.
Language skills
The review clarifies certain provisions of the current rules that already provide for obligations for professionals to have the necessary language skills. Competent authorities will be able to apply language controls after the recognition of the qualifications. It is important for professions with patient safety implications in particular that a language control be exercised before the professional accesses to such a profession. Language controls should however be reasonable and necessary for the jobs in question and should not aim at excluding professionals from the labour market in the host member state. Employers will also continue to play an important role in ascertaining the knowledge of languages necessary to carry out professional activities in their workplaces.

Kommentar från Statens offentliga utredningar:
http://www.sou.gov.se/sb/d/17842


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