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Employer Insights: Advice for Witnesses

Information to help your employees feel prepared before testifying and who to contact with further questions.

Reviewing our approach

Those on the COVID-19 Temporary Register have until 2 October 2023 to complete and submit a declaration form to be able to remain on the COVID-19 Temporary Register until the 31 March 2024.

Why your registration matters

Our primary purpose is to protect the public, but there are benefits to being a regulated profession

Misuse of title

Anyone not on our Register who uses a designated title may be breaking the law and could be prosecuted

Considering setting up a new apprenticeship programme? Tips for engaging with HCPC

Here are our five tips to ensure your new apprenticeship programme meets our standards and is approved efficiently.

How to use the MRS

Step-by-step instructions for using the Multiple Registrant Search (MRS)

What employers need to know before the updated standards of proficiency come into effect

Learn about the updated standards of proficiency, what is changing, what they will improve and what your responsibilities are as an employer. 

Returning to Practice: My Journey - Susanna Shotter

Susanna is an occupational therapist and Aspire Creating Communities, a charity in Huddersfield that combats social isolation amongst over-55s. She returned to the Register in 2019.

Group reflection within a team

Case study: Munira is a physiotherapist working in private practice. She has treated her service user Russel for the last three months after he was involved in a fall at home.

Updating your knowledge and skills

If you have not practised for two years or more, you must complete either 30 or 60 days of updating (depending on how long you have been out of practice)

Standards of education and training

What education and training programmes must do to prepare students for professional practice

An employer's perspective: Supporting a registrant through fitness to practise proceedings

Ruth Clement is Head of Kent Children’s Therapies at Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust. A concern was raised about a HCPC-registered therapist that Ruth line-managed. Here she gives her perspective on the events and shares tips for employers or managers in similar situations.

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