7. A candidate wishing to have an equivalence recognized must provide the secretary with the following documents and information:
(1) a written equivalence application accompanied by the application examination fees required pursuant to paragraph 8 of section 86.0.1 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26);
(2) the candidate’s complete academic record, including a description of the courses taken and their duration in hours or the number of credits earned for them, and the corresponding transcript;
(3) a certified true copy of all diplomas held;
(4) where applicable, proof that the candidate is or was a member of an order or recognized association of podiatrists or a true copy of any permit to practise held by the candidate;
(5) where applicable, an attestation and a description of the candidate’s relevant work experience in the practice of podiatry;
(6) where applicable, an attestation of successful completion of a supervised practicum or of satisfactory participation in any other training or upgrading activity relating to the practice of podiatry, and a detailed description of the content of the activity;
(7) where applicable, any information relating to other factors the board of directors may take into account pursuant to section 6.