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The statistics show the number of decisions taken on recognition of professional qualifications for the purpose of permanent establishment within the EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland.

Decisions are taken by host countries on professionals qualified in one country who apply for recognition in another country to practise there on a permanent basis.
The type of decisions is indicated in the columns. The country where the qualification was obtained is indicated in the rows.

By default, the decisions taken by all host countries for all levels of directive and for all periods* are shown. It is also possible to filter statistics by period, by recognition regime or by country.

*2005-2006 statistics (automatic recognition only) for "Sectoral professions" are available separately on the "Geography of mobility" page of each sectoral profession.

Chartered technician

Decisions taken by host countries

The graph is based on the following criteria

Period from: All
Period to: All
Recognition regime: All
Country of qualification: All
Host country: All
Profession: Chartered technician
Country of origin (qualification obtained in) (+)
Positive Automatic General System (no compensation measures imposed)
Positive after aptitude test (general system)
Decisions taken by host country (+)
Total positive
Total negative
Total neutral
Croatia 1 1 1 0 0
Germany 5 5 5 0 0
Hungary 14 14 14 0 0
Poland 5 5 5 0 0
Slovakia 65 13 78 78 0 0
Total for all countries 90 13 103 103 0 0
Total EU 90 13 103 103 0 0
Total EFTA 0 0 0 0 0 0
The database contains information on regulated professions, statistics on migrating professionals,contact points and competent authorities, as provided by EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland.
Each country is responsible for updating information, on its regulated professions, competent authorities and statistics.
The Commission cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information. However, if errors are brought to its attention, the Commission undertakes to correct them, if deemed appropriate.