Renewal Of Pin/Licence For 2022 Allied Health Professions Council Ghana
In pursuance of Section 11(5) of the Act 857, the Annual Professional and License Renewal for all Allied Health Professionals expire on December 31, each year. Accordingly, the Council wishes to inform all Allied Health Practitioners that renewal of pin application for 2022 has been opened.
Deadline line for Renewal of Pin is December 31, 2021 after which the Council will cause to be gazetted and published the names of Practitioners in Good Standing by January 31, 2022. Thereafter appropriate sanctions under the Act will be applied to defaulters.
Practitioners should take note that there will be no extension after the deadline.
Employment agencies (both public and private) are also reminded that it is offence liable on summary conviction under Section 21(c) (j) of the Act, to employ or engage the services of a practitioner who is NOT of good standing with the Allied Health Professions Council.
For renewal of pin cards or License, applicants are requested to download the Renewal Form attached, fill the form, pay the required fee and submit the Form and the Bankers Draft in the name of Allied Health Professions Council together with the PIN CARD where appropriate to the Council for renewal or issuance of new PIN Cards. Applicants are also required to provide evidence of CPD activities. A minimum of ten (10) credit hours is required for renewal of registration
The approved Annual Renewal fees as follows for the various qualification categories:
B Sc / M Sc —– GH¢ 150.00
Diploma —— GH¢ 100.00
Certificate ——- GH¢ 80.00
It is announced for the information of the general public particularly Allied Health Professionals that the Online Portal for 2022 PIN Renewal is REOPENED after the maintenance work.
All Professionals are thus advised to complete the renewal of pin process to meet the deadline of December 31, 2021.
Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.
For further information and clarification, please contact the Registrar by email to [email protected] or by phone on 0302-690375
Dr. Samuel Yaw Opoku