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Standards of proficiency

The professional standards all registrants must meet in order to become registered, and remain on the Register

Role of the regulator

As an independent statutory regulator, our role is to protect the public

Paying the registration fee

Successful applicants will receive an email inviting them to pay via their online account

A Year in Highlights 2019-20

Our Year in Highlights show the HCPC’s work from the 1st of April 2019 through to the 31st of March 2020.

Education

We approve and monitor programmes within the UK for the professions we regulate

Active implementation of the standards

We have changed the wording of the standards to move registrants away from a passive understanding of the standards, and towards active implementation of them. This is one theme within the key changes to the updated standards of proficiency for all professions. 

How to use the MRS

Step-by-step instructions for using the Multiple Registrant Search (MRS)

When something goes wrong, openness is in everybody’s best interests

Vince Clarke, paramedic and senior lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire, discusses the challenges you may face when something goes wrong

Closure of the COVID-19 Temporary Register

The Government has announced that the healthcare professions temporary registers, including the HCPC temporary register, are set to close on 30 September 2022.

My story - Barira Saad

Registered dietitian Barira Saad provides an insight into the HCPC international application process.

Further centralising the service user

We have improved the central role of the service user, including a focus on valid consent and effective communication. This is one theme within the key changes to the updated standards of proficiency for all professions. 

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