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  • Driving Instructor - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    regarding this information should be directed to the competent authority listed below Competent Authority The Road Safety Authority RSA is the competent authority for driving instructors in Ireland Please find link to the RSA website below The Road Safety Authority Procedures required for becoming a Road Safety Authority Approved Driving Instructor in Ireland If you are a driving instructor who is intending to provide services based in Ireland you may obtain comprehensive information on the relevant procedures required in the following links on the Road Safety Authority s website below Approved driving instructor section ADI This provides information on the requirements for becoming a Road Safety Authority approved driving instructor in Ireland ADI Regulation section of the Road Safety Authority website This provides information on the applicable regulations for driving instructors operating in Ireland Regulations Contact details Please find the relevant contact details for the approved driving instructor unit of the Road Safety Authority below ADI Unit Driver Education Section Road Safety Authority Primrose Hill Dublin Road Ballina Co Mayo Tel 353 96 25000 Fax 353 96 25252 E mail adi rsa ie Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer A to Z Index Browse by Sector

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/Browse-by-Sector/Transport/Driving-Instructor.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Taxi Driver - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    2009 The Authority has responsibility for regulating the SPSV sector in accordance with the provisions of the Taxi Regulation Act 2013 In relation to the SPSV sector the objectives of the National Transport Authority are to ensure the provision and maintenance of high quality services and standards and fair competition in the delivery of SPSV services in Ireland To achieve its objective of promoting a high quality SPSV service the National Transport Authority has been given powers under the Taxi Regulation Act 2013 to make and enforce regulations in relation to the licensing control and operation of SPSV drivers SPSVs vehicles and SPSV dispatch operators People working in the SPSV industry must also comply with a wider range of regulations that apply to them as road users and as business service providers These regulations are enforced by a range of statutory bodies including An Garda Síochána The Road Safety Authority Local authorities NSAI Legal Metrology Service The Health Service Executive The Revenue Commissioners The Department of Social Protection The Health Safety Authority The Equality Authority and The Competition Authority Licensing procedures for working as a Taxi Driver based in Ireland Comprehensive information is provided on the following in the links below The licensing procedures required for working as a Taxi Driver based in Ireland Information on fees and documentation to be submitted Comprehensive information is also provided on the following in the links below Fees and documentation required to be submitted to the National Transport Authority in respect of operating as a Taxi Driver in Ireland Completing procedures online Currently the National Transport Authority does not offer online services except for updating operational data However the long term strategy is to move towards online application and payments as the licensing system has been developed with this goal in mind Already

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  • Travel and Tourism - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Government Agencies Travel and Tourism Caravan and Camping Parks Guesthouses Records 11 to 12 of 12 Pages First Previous 1 2 Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer A to Z Index Browse by Sector Ireland Overview Ireland Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary Cross Border Provision of Services Contact Us Internal Market Unit Department of Jobs

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  • Providing Architectural Services in Ireland - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    Ireland who have a recognised qualification in Architecture from an EU EEA Member State meeting the requirements of Directive 2005 36 EC for automatic recognition can apply directly to the RIAI for recognition under Route D1 using the information and forms provided in the admissions area at http www riai ie uploads files admissions Route D1 Package pdf EU EEA nationals who may be eligible under the General System Chapter 1 Title III of Directive 2005 36 EC should apply under Route D2 which can be found on the RIAI s website at Admissions Information on fees and documentation to be submitted The charge for making an application under Route D1 i e excluding the annual charge at time of writing is 145 This process involves confirmation of eligibility to register in the basis of the Directive and requires the following please see application package for details Copy of Passport National ID as Evidence of Identity Copy of Degree Diploma or equivalent Qualification in Architecture Verification of Qualification in Architecture Form to be sent directly by the awarding body to the RIAI Statement from the Competent Authority in the State in which the qualification was gained confirming that the qualification satisfies the requirements of Directive 2005 36 EC and is listed in the relevant Annex of that Directive Certificate accompanying the evidence of formal Qualification in Architecture as required under Directive 2005 36 EC if applicable Evidence of Language Proficiency see application package for details RIAI Payment Form and Assessment Fee Completing registration procedures online Documents which are not required in the original format can be submitted online via email to the RIAI Verifications from educational institutions and Competent Authorities may be provided online once they are issued directly to the RIAI by the provider in question Payments may be

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  • Providing cross border services as an Architect - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    in addition to being the registration body and Competent Authority the RIAI is the professional body for architects in Ireland The register is published on the RIAI s website at register of architects Application for recognition temporary and occasional cross border provision of services as an Architect EU EEA nationals currently established in an EU EEA Member State seeking recognition for the provision of services on a temporary and occasional basis Chapter 1 Title II of Directive 2005 36 EC can apply directly to the RIAI for recognition under Route D3 using the information and forms at http www riai ie uploads files admissions Route D3 Package pdf Information on fees and documentation to be submitted There is no charge for making an application for admission under this route Nor is the annual charge applied All applicants must submit Declaration of intention to provide services under the title Architect in the State see application package Evidence of Identity and of EU EEA Nationality Copy of Passport National ID Attestation confirming legal establishment provided by the Competent Authority in the Member State of establishment Evidence of relevant professional qualifications e g copy of degree diploma in architecture Those who have moved from the Member State of establishment must submit Evidence of having pursued the profession of architect in the Member State of establishment for two of the previous ten years Completing procedures online Documents which are not required in the original format can be submitted online via email Verifications from educational institutions and Competent Authorities may be provided online once they are issued directly to the RIAI by the provider in question Time taken for Response by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland The Statutory Board with decision making powers with regard to Admission to the Register the Admissions

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  • Caravan and Camping Parks - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    parks to meet a minimum set of requirements in order to be approved and registered with Fáilte Ireland Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide caravan and camping park services in Ireland you may obtain further information from the Failte Ireland website in the link below Quality Standards for Caravan and Camping Sites Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of caravan and camping accomodation services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional

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  • Guesthouses - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    for the classification concerned Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide guesthouse services in Ireland you may obtain further information and relevant contact details from the Failte Ireland website in the links below Quality Standards for Guesthouses Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of guesthouse accomodation services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authorit y Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional information for doing business in Ireland on the Business Life Cycle Table e g taxation The following

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  • Travel and Tourism - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    and Tourism Opening a Bed and Breakfast Holiday Appartments Registered Self Catering Holiday Camps Holiday Cottages Registered Self Catering Holiday Hostels Hotels Tourist Accommodation Tourist Guide Travel Agents Tour Operators Youth Hostels Records 1 to 10 of 12 Pages 1 2 Next Last Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer A to Z Index Browse by Sector Ireland Overview Ireland Overview Starting a Business in Ireland Temporary

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