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Canlyniadau chwilio am registration

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Roles in Registration

The Registration department process applications from individuals seeking to become a registered professional with the HCPC and practise within the UK

Eligibility to apply for registration

Please ensure that you are eligible to apply for registration via the international route

Checking your employees registration status

We encourage you to check periodically (every 3 to 6 months) that your employees remain registered

Changes to our registration fees

Our fees have changed from 9 November 2023. Find out how this affects you and your profession.

Paying the registration fee

Successful applicants will receive an email inviting them to pay via their online account

Registration Appeals Panel Members

Registration Appeals Panel Members consider and determine appeals regarding admittance to the register, renewal and removal from the register

Promote your registration

Our guidelines for letting service users know you are a registered professional

Education and Training Committee

The Education and Training Committee advises the Council on matters relating to education, training and registration

Applying for HCPC registration?

Registration Manager Sammuel Yemane highlights what you need to do to avoid having your application returned as incomplete

Professional indemnity

Registrants are required to have a professional indemnity arrangement in place as a condition of their registration

Why your registration matters

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

Becoming registered once you qualify

Information for students and applicants about applying for registration

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