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Oversight

The Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (PSA) oversees our work.

The standards of proficiency for clinical scientists

The standards of proficiency that clinical scientists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

The standards of proficiency for practitioner psychologists

The standards of proficiency that practitioner psychologists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

What we mean by ‘practising your profession’

We have defined ‘practising your profession’ as drawing on your professional skills and knowledge in the course of your work.

Registrants and representative organisations

Communicating with our registrants is essential to the work that we do. It is important that registrants are kept up to date with developments that affect their professional registration

Professional Liaison Service

The HCPC Professional Liaison Service was established in 2020 following a decision to invest in more upstream regulation. Upstream regulation describes an approach to regulation that is focussed on prevention, partnership and support.

Standards in practice: being open when things go wrong

The duty of candour is important for anyone working in health and care, but what does it mean in practice?

Carrying out and recording your CPD in challenging times

CPD activities can take many forms, and can include activity which you are doing as part of your usual working day.

Professional bodies for speech and language therapists

Professional bodies typically promote the profession, represent their members and provide curriculum frameworks, training and CPD.

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