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Revisions to our Standards of Proficiency- what you need to do

The HCPC’s  Standards of Proficiency set out the technical requirements and competencies – the proficiencies – that all registrants are required to be able to demonstrate on entry to their profession. All approved education programmes must ensure graduates can meet these standards for their profession. The revised sets of Standards of Proficiency must be delivered to all new cohorts starting from 1 September 2023. 

Performance review requirements 2022-23 - what to expect

We emailed education providers due their performance review in 2022-23 and 2023-24 in early August. Providers who will undergo the process this year (2022-23) will have been given specific requirements and a key contact to work with at the HCPC. 

How we collaborated with Health Education and Improvement Wales

Our quality assurance approach means we use data and intelligence to inform how we undertake assessments. A great example of this is some work we recently carried out with Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW).

Consultation on preceptorship principles

We have launched a consultation on our proposal to introduce guiding principles for preceptorship.

HCPC joins healthcare regulators to publish latest whistleblowing report

The HCPC, in collaboration with seven other professional healthcare regulators, has published an annual report on whistleblowing disclosures.

Operating department practitioner renewals - window closing soon

The deadline for operating department practitioners to complete their registration renewal is fast approaching

Promoting public health and preventing ill-health

We have introduced new standards about promoting public health and preventing ill-health. This is one theme within the key changes to the updated standards of proficiency for all professions. 

Equality, diversity and inclusion

We have significantly expanded the role of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), placing specific importance on making sure that practice is inclusive for all service users. This is one theme within the key changes to the updated standards of proficiency for all professions.