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An employer's perspective: Supporting a registrant through fitness to practise proceedings

Ruth Clement is Head of Kent Children’s Therapies at Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust. A concern was raised about a HCPC-registered therapist that Ruth line-managed. Here she gives her perspective on the events and shares tips for employers or managers in similar situations.

AHP Support and Supervision: The Scotland Story

Gail Nash, NHS Education for Scotland's AHP Practice Education Programme Lead, tells the story of how NHS Scotland developed models and strategies that enable AHPs to participate in meaningful supervision practice.

Readmission

This section is for applicants who have previously been on the Register and would like to re-join it

Registration: what you need to know as an employer

Info on joining the Register, renewals, international applicants, period of adaptation and returning to practice

Which professions do HCPC regulate?

The 15 professions we regulate have one or more designated titles that are protected by law

HCPC statement on student supervision

This statement sets out our broad expectations regarding registration participation in the supervision of students from HCPC approved programmes.

Disclosing information with consent

In most cases, you will need to make sure you have consent from the service user before you disclose or share any identifiable information

Introduction to confidentiality

Confidentiality means protecting personal information, this information might include details of a service user’s lifestyle, family, health or care needs which they want to be kept private

Supporting an environment for change

Education annual report for 2016–17 reflects on another year of progress in which we approved a diverse range of programmes delivered by a broad range of providers

How to fill out the returning to practice form

We have set out some top tips to help applicants complete the returning to practice form as easily as possible

Why your registration matters

Our primary purpose is to protect the public, but there are benefits to being a regulated profession

Professions and protected titles

The professions we regulate have one or more designated titles that are protected by law and professionals must be registered to use them

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