Psychological examination fees are rising.  What will the new rate be? [NOWY PROJEKT]

A project to amend the Ministry of Health’s system regarding psychological examination of drivers

A draft amendment to the Minister of Health’s regulations regarding psychological examination of applicants for driver’s licenses. Drivers The people working as drivers were created in consultation with the Ministry of Infrastructure.

Regarding the increase in fees – from PLN 150 to PLN 200 – for psychological tests in the field of psychology Transfer And another psychological examination.

The current rate has been in effect since 2014. The justification states that updating the amount to PLN 200 “corresponds to the actual cost of conducting tests, and takes into account the time of carrying out these tests, as well as such depreciation of equipment (instruments) and building maintenance costs, which were confirmed in letters From the implementing agencies.

The transitional period and conditions for applying the old test fee rate

The regulation enters into force 14 days after its announcement. It will be valid during this period recipe Transitional, according to which psychiatric certification procedures initiated but not completed before the date of entry into force of the Regulation are subject to a fee of PLN 150. (door)

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