You'll need to sign up for an account, log in and create a new application
Avoid delays to your application by certifying proof of identity and address documents
> How to certify your documents
When you click the button below, you’ll be taken to the sign in page. If it’s your first time there, you’ll need to sign up for an account to access the form. (Click the Sign up / Sign in button to do this.)
Tip: Use your personal email address
Your email address will be the detail we use to communicate with you and to create your online account when you're registered. You’ll need access to it when you renew your registration, pay your fees and complete other actions relating to your registration and CPD.
When signing up, it's is important that you provide an email address to which you have long-term access, rather than one managed by a university or similar institution.
Tip: Add us to your safe senders list
You’ll need to be able to receive automated emails from our system. These will relate to your application as well as your registration. Some email providers flag these as spam or junk, preventing you from seeing them. To ensure this doesn’t affect you please add our domain, hcpc-uk.org, to the safe senders list on your email platform.
My applications list
Once you’ve created an account and logged in, you’ll be on the ‘My applications’ page. This shows a list with details of the applications you’ve created.
This is where you'll find your application number, which you can reference in any correspondence about your application.
Your application status will be one of the following:
- In progress: the application has been started and your progress has been automatically saved
- Application submitted: you have successfully submitted the application and can no longer make edits)
Creating a new application
To create a new application, click the ‘New Application’ button. You’ll be taken to ‘Before we begin’, the initial page of the application form. When you’ve entered the required information on this page, you’ll be able to move to the next page of the form.
For step-by-step support with each section of the form, see our guidance on Filling in the UK application form.
Submitting your application
When you’ve filled in all your information, the ‘submit’ button will appear. This will finish and submit your application: once you’ve clicked ‘submit’, you’ll no longer be able to make changes to your application.
If any documents are missing from your application, you won’t see the ‘submit’ button. Instead, a message will appear indicating which section is missing a document. Please revisit this section and upload the document, then return to the final page.