Home - For advisers - Supervision Toolkit - Can I have more than one supervisor?

Can I have more than one supervisor?

A provisional licence holder may choose to have more than one separate supervision arrangement. This may occur, for example, where a provisional licence holder has two part-time jobs.

Each supervision arrangement will need to meet the requirements set out in this Toolkit and be approved by the Registrar.
The provisional licence holder will be required to have a primary supervisor, and this supervisor will be named on the register of licensed immigration advisers.

Each supervision agreement will need to acknowledge the existence of the other supervision agreement.

The Registrar will need to be satisfied that processes are in place to ensure the provisional licence holder is supervised at all times.

It is strongly recommended that all supervision agreements include an alternative full licence holder to act in the supervision role in the absence of the supervisor, so that you don’t have to seek approval for a new supervision agreement in the event your supervisor is unavailable.