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#myhcpcstandards: Service user engagement

A registrant-focused webinar exploring the updates to the standards of proficiency, and how to integrate them into your practice.

Dyddiad:

Dydd Mawrth 18 Ebrill, 2023

13.00-13.45

Lleoliad:

Online, via Microsoft Teams

This webinar has now taken place. 

Available resources from the event:

 


#myhcpcstandards webinars


#myhcpcstandards is a series of online webinars that support HCPC registrants in meeting the updated standards of proficiency. 
 

The updates come into effect on 1 September 2023. Read about all the changes here. 

In this 45-minute session, we'll focus on the updates that concern service user engagement. You can read about the updated standards here. 

 

Agenda 

In the webinar, HCPC’s professional liaison consultants will clearly set out what has changed regarding the role of the service user, and why.

We’ll discuss strategies to help you integrate these standards into your practice and signpost you to some useful resources. At the end of the session there will be the opportunity to ask questions. 

By the end of the webinar, we aim to have improved your understanding of these standards and your confidence in meeting them.  

Attendance at this webinar can count as part of your continuing professional development (CPD). A certificate of attendance will be sent out to attendees after the event, along with the presentation slides and a recording of the session.  

 

About the updated standards of proficiency 

The HCPC’s standards of proficiency have been updated. The changes affect all 15 professions that we regulate and come into effect on 1 September 2023. 

 

Ask a question in advance

Please note, our ability to answer questions in the webinar will be subject to demand - we may not be able to answer all questions that are asked. You can submit a question up to 24 hours in advance of any session. 

 

Follow along with #myhcpcstandards

We encourage tweeting during the events using this hashtag to share your thoughts or reflections. You can also follow #myhcpcstandards on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to see information from the webinars, posts and news about the HCPC standards. 

 

Other webinars in this series 

 

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