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What it means to make a professional declaration

You must make a professional declaration once every two years in order to stay registered

What the professional declaration means

By making a professional declaration you are confirming that you have: continued to practise your profession since your last registration; or not practised your profession since your last registration but have met the HCPC’s returning to practice requirements.

You are also confirming that you:


Return to practice requirements

If you have been out of practice for more than two years, you are considered 'returning to practice', during your online renewal you will need to upload any returners to practice evidence. 

As part of this process, you'll need to undertake a period of updating your skills and knowledge.

If you cannot complete any part of the declaration you should contact the Registrations department, explaining your circumstances.

Page updated on: 05/07/2018