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The consultation on preceptorship sets out our ambition to construct a set of principles that can support registrants, employers and the wider sector in delivering better healthcare by ensuring healthcare professionals are better supported at key points in their careers.
CPD activities can take many forms, and can include activity which you are doing as part of your usual working day.
This data primarily relates to the application of the previous (or legacy) model, which was discontinued at the end of the 2020-21 academic year, and replaced by the new model.
This report provides highlights from the data set produced, focusing on time and quality wherever possible.
Our aim in this report is to be transparent about how we handle disclosures, highlight the action taken about these issues, and to improve collaboration across the health sector.
How we continue to implement steps to make sure we treat English and Welsh equally when communicating with the public in Wales.
We introduced our quality assurance model in September 2021. In replacing our previous model, we aimed for the HCPC’s Education function to be flexible, intelligent and data-led in our risk-based quality assurance of education providers.
A look at our core model principles and the way we work, to enhance your understanding of our role and how we work together.
How Mersey Care focused their workplace culture on justice and learning
How our bespoke workshops and general sessions can help you get the most out of the HCPC.
Information to help your employees feel prepared before testifying and who to contact with further questions.
The British Psychological Society's Dr Noreen Tehrani looks at the different types of supervision from an employer's perspective - including the different benefits that employers stand to gain and tips to ensure its success.
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.