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Konservatur-Restawratur (Malta)

Requirement #1

   
  • Requirement type

      Reserves of activities and protected title
  • Requirement information

    Reserved activities

    Description of the professional title (in original language) Konservatur-Restawratur
    Reserved activities: CAP 445 Article 2 'Conservation means any activity required to maximize the endurance and minimize the deterioration of any cultural property as far as possible, and included examining, researching, tsting,treating, recording and preserving any such cultural property or any part thereof. Restoration means a highly specialised activity to conserve the integrity of cultural heritage, and to reveal its cultural values and to improve the legibility of its original state, form and design, within the limits of still existing material. Such activity must be based on a critical and historical process of evaluation and not on conjecture. (EN)
    Translation(s): CAP 445 Article 2 'Conservation means any activity required to maximize the endurance and minimize the deterioration of any cultural property as far as possible, and included examining, researching, tsting,treating, recording and preserving any such cultural property or any part thereof. Restoration means a highly specialised activity to conserve the integrity of cultural heritage, and to reveal its cultural values and to improve the legibility of its original state, form and design, within the limits of still existing material. Such activity must be based on a critical and historical process of evaluation and not on conjecture. (EN)
    Is the regulation relevant only for special modes of pursuit of the professional activity? No
    Can any of the above activities be shared with other regulated professions? No

    Details on regulatory change / Proportionality / Pre-existing requirement
    References: http://justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=8911&l=1
    Details (requirement introduced prior to 18.1.2016): CAP 445 Article 29(2) Citizenship or otherwise permitted to work in Malta; good conduct and repute; full legal capacity; in possession of a relevant tertiary qilification of more than 4 years in a recognized insitution

Requirement #2

   
  • Requirement type

      Qualification requirement(s)
  • Requirement information

    Qualification #1

    Method to obtain qualifications: Post-Secondary Education
    Please describe the method to obtain qualification: EQF level 7 tertiary level 5 year course
    Duration of education: 5.0 year
    Mandatory traineeship: No
    Mandatory professional experience: Yes
    Duration (number of months): 24.0
    Mandatory State exam: No
    Are there other pathways to obtain qualifications? Yes

    Qualification #2

    Method to obtain qualifications: Post-Secondary Education
    Please describe the method to obtain qualification: EQF level 6 tertiary level 'honours' course obtained during the period 2003-2014
    Duration of education: 4.0 year
    Mandatory traineeship: No
    Mandatory professional experience: Yes
    Duration (number of months): 24.0
    Mandatory State exam: No

    Details on regulatory change / Proportionality / Pre-existing requirement
    References: http://justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=8911&l=1
    Details (requirement introduced prior to 18.1.2016): In possession of academic qualifications at tertiary level of at least 5 years and two years mandatory training under supervision.

Requirement #3

   
  • Requirement type

      Continuous professional development
  • Requirement information

    Mandatory CPD: Yes
    Duration: 20.00 year
    Description (including on costs for the professionals): Twenty Hours per year.

    Details on regulatory change / Proportionality / Pre-existing requirement
    References: http://justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=8911&l=1
    Details (requirement introduced prior to 18.1.2016): Article 31(4) Every Warrant holder shall perform at least 20 hours of continued professional development per year

Requirement #4

   
  • Requirement type

      Quantitative restrictions
  • Requirement information

    Limitations to the number of licenses granted: No
    Existence of territorial restrictions: No
    Age restrictions: Yes
         Minimum age (number): 18
         Maximum age (number): 100
    Fixing a minimum or maximum number of employees, managers or representatives holding particular professional qualifications: No

    Details on regulatory change / Proportionality / Pre-existing requirement
    References: http://justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=8911&l=1
    Details (requirement introduced prior to 18.1.2016): Chapter 445 Laws of malta Article 31 (2) (c) he is of full legal capacity

Requirement #5

   
  • Requirement type

      Other authorisation requirements
  • Requirement information

    Other authorisation requirements: Yes

    Authorisation procedure #1

      Authorisation procedure for the access/pursuit of a regulated profession concerned
         Proof of good character/repute
       Document on physical or mental health
       Other
         Description : Chapter 451 Laws of Malta Part VI Article 29.(b) he is of good conduct and repute;
         Description :Chapter 451 Laws of Malta Part VI Article 29 (c) he is of full legal capacity

    Authorisation procedure #2

      Authorisation procedure for the access/pursuit of a regulated profession concerned
         Document on physical or mental health
         Description :Chapter 451 Laws of Malta Part VI Article 29.(a) he is a citizen of Malta, or of another Member State of the European Union, or of a country in the European Economic Area, or is otherwise permitted to work in Malta under any law;

    Details on regulatory change / Proportionality / Pre-existing requirement
    References: http://justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=8911&l=1
    Requirement not subject to proportionality assessment (concerns editorial change/technical adaptation)
    Details (editorial / technical change): The requirements were reaffirmed in Act XIX of 2019
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