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  • Teaching in Ireland - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    for new teachers i e gathering and forwarding applications to the Garda Central Vetting Unit and issuing the results to applicants once the GCVU has made a decision Licensing Procedures For establishment purposes the provision of a regulated profession on a stable and continuing basis to work as a teacher in schools funded by the Department of Education Skills in Ireland service providers are required to be registered with the Teaching Council and have their qualifications approved by that authority This is in accordance with the terms of EC 2005 36 and with EU case law on the Directives governing the mutual recognition of professional qualifications Individuals apply directly to the Teaching Council for authorisation for establishment to register to practice a regulated profession on a stable and continuing basis in Ireland The requirements for an EU national seeking to practice in Ireland are that he she holds a qualification entitling him her to practice that same profession in another Member State i e is fully recognised under the terms of EU Directive 2005 36 EC In principle mutual recognition of the qualification must be granted However where substantial differences shortfalls are identified between the applicant s qualifications and experience and those required in the Republic of Ireland the competent authority may require that these differences shortfalls be addressed by a compensatory measure generally a choice between an aptitude test or an adaptation period of supervised practice during which the applicant may be subject to further training and assessment There are timeframes for responses set out in the EC Directive 2005 36 and in Statutory Instrument S I No 139 of 2008 The application procedures are set out on the website of the Council The process requires completion of an application form the submission of transcripts proof of identity evidence

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Educational/Teaching-in-Ireland.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Electricity/Gas Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    gas The CER also has an important related function in customer protection by resolving complaints that customers have with energy companies Licensing Procedures The CER is required under Irish law to licence electricity generators suppliers and gas suppliers shippers With the exception of certain small players service providers of electricity and gas in Ireland must apply to the CER for a licence If a licence is granted as applicable the licence holder must sign up to and abide by the rules of the trading and settlement code TSC for electricity or the code of operations in gas The CER s energy safety responsibilities have expanded significantly in recent years with the core focus being to protect lives and property across a range of energy sectors This includes safety regulation of electrical contractors gas and LPG installers and gas pipelines The CER is also developing policy in its recently appointed role as the new safety regulator of upstream petroleum safety activities including off shore gas and oil The relevant competent authorities in Ireland in the case of the related procedures formalities are local authorities An Bord Pleanala EirGrid or ESB Networks the licensed operators of the transmission and distribution systems respectively Gaslink the licensed gas network operator the Environmental Protection Agency the Department of Communications Energy and Natural Resources and the Department of Environment Community and Local Government EirGrid ESB Networks and Gaslink are relevant for obtaining access to the electricity and gas networks Please find links below to the relevant competent authorities specified below Local Authorities An Bord Pleanala EirGrid ESB Networks Gaslink The Environmental Protection Agency Dept of Environment Community and Local Government Dept of Communications Energy and Natural Resources Further information If you are a potential electricity gas services provider who is looking to provide services in Ireland

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Energy/Electricity-Gas-Services.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Associate Engineer - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    of professional qualifications as an Engineer in Ireland Professional engineers can obtain recognition of their professional qualifications through the Mutual Recognition Agreements that exist between Engineers Ireland and overseas professional engineering organisations or applying for recognition under EU Directive 2005 36 EC with the relevant Competent Authority Engineers Ireland Further relevant information If you are an associate engineer who is looking to provide services in Ireland you may obtain further

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Engineering/Associate-Engineer.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Engineering Technician - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    of professional qualfications as an Engineer in Ireland Professional engineers can obtain recognition of their professional qualifications through the Mutual Recognition Agreements that exist between Engineers Ireland and overseas professional engineering organisations or applying for recognition under EU Directive 2005 36 EC with the relevant competent authority Engineers Ireland Further relevant information If you are an engineering technician who is looking to provide services in Ireland you may obtain further

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  • Engineers - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    professional qualifications as an Engineer in Ireland Professional engineers can obtain recognition of their professional qualifications through the Mutual Recognition Agreements that exist between Engineers Ireland and overseas professional engineering organisations or applying for recognition under EU Directive 2005 36 EC with the relevant competent authority Engineers Ireland Further relevant information If you are an engineer who is looking to provide services in Ireland you may obtain further information on

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Engineering/Engineers.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Dry Cleaning Services - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    cleaning services established in Ireland that do not require an integrated pollution prevention and control licence are required under the Solvents Regulations 2012 S I No 565 of 2012 to obtain a certificate of compliance from the relevant local authority to provide services in Ireland Certificates of compliance may now be issued for up to 3 years rather than 1 year provided the operator has an established track record of regulatory compliance Please find link to the local authorities websites and the Environmental Protection Agency in the links below Local authorities Environmental Protection Agency Further information If you are a service provider looking to provide dry cleaning services in Ireland you may obtain further information on the Environmental Protection Agencies website in the links below Please note that the best practice guidelines are currently being updated by the Environmental Protection Agency in line with the most recent regulations given effect on 1 January 2013 Accredited inspection contractors AICs have been replaced by a panel of approved assessors appointed by the Environmental Protection Agency Solvents Best practice guidelines for dry cleaning services Integrated pollution prevention control licensing Contact details Please find contact details for the local authorities and the Environmental Protection

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Environment/Dry-Cleaning-Services.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Environmental Geoscientist - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    the right to use the title PGeo which is considered by the Institute of Geologists of Ireland to be increasingly becoming a quality standard and contractual requirement for provision of geological services Further information If you are a geologist or geoscientist who is looking to provide services in Ireland and wish to become a member of the Institute of Geologists of Ireland please follow the links below About Us Membership

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Environment/Environmental-Geoscientist.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Environmental Protection Agency - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    by EPA Relevant link http www epa ie researchandeducation research IPPC Licensing The Environmental Protection Agency EPA is the competent authority for granting and enforcing Integrated Pollution Prevention Control IPPC licences for specified industrial and agriculture activities listed in the first schedule to the Environmental Protection Agency Acts 1992 to 2007 Waste Licensing In 1996 the Environmental Protection Agency EPA began licensing certain activities in the waste sector These include landfills transfer stations hazardous waste disposal and other significant waste disposal and recovery activities Genetically Modified Organisms GMOs Since 1995 the EPA is the Competent Authority in Ireland for the implementation of the GMO Regulations on the contained use the deliberate release and the transboundary movement of GMOs since 2004 into the environment Volatile Organic Compounds VOC permits The Environmental Protection Agency oversees regulations to control volatile organic compound VOC emissions resulting from petrol storage and distribution terminals We issue VOC permits under the Environmental Protection Agency Act 1992 Control of volatile organic compound emissions resulting from the storage of petrol and its distribution Regulations 1997 S I No 374 of 1997 Petrol storage installations involved in the loading of petrol into or unloading of petrol from mobile containers are required to apply for a permit Waste Water Discharge Licensing A system for the licensing or certification of waste water discharges WWD from areas served by local authority sewer networks imposes restrictions or prohibitions on the discharge of dangerous substances thus preventing or reducing the pollution of waters by waste water discharges All discharges to the aquatic environment from sewerage systems owned managed and operated by water service authorities will require a waste water discharge licence or certificate of authorisation from the EPA The aim is to achieve good surface water and ground water status in addition to complying with

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Environment/Environmental-Protection-Agency.html (2016-02-11)
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