The fitness to practise committee1 may, if it thinks fit, dispose of fitness to practise proceedings by agreeing undertakings with the registrant2 concerned (that is, that the registrant will comply with such undertakings as the committee considers appropriate) where they admit that their fitness to practise is impaired3.
If the fitness to practise committee determines that the fitness to practise of the person concerned is impaired it may:
(1) give a warning to the person concerned in connection with any matter arising out of, or related to, the allegation and give a direction that details of the warning be recorded
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