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The benefits and outcomes of effective supervision

Learn about the benefits that supervision can have for your professional practice and the wider sector

Introduction to confidentiality

Confidentiality means protecting personal information, this information might include details of a service user’s lifestyle, family, health or care needs which they want to be kept private

What our investigation would involve

If we decide that a concern is within our remit at the triage stage, we will carry out an initial investigation

Toolbox or tickbox: how should you use our standards?

What’s the best way to use our standards of conduct, performance and ethics in practice?

Why employers should respond to the consultation on proposed changes to HCPC’s English language requirements

HCPC Policy Manager Tom Miller explains the proposals we are making and why it is especially important to hear from employers and managers of HCPC registrants, who have experience of how the current arrangements are working.

Consultation on the revised Guidance on Health and Character

We have undertaken a thorough review of the existing guidance and are seeking the views of our stakeholders on the proposed revision.

Make a self-referral

Step-by-step process on making a self-referral

Occupational therapists

The standards of proficiency that occupational therapists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Operating department practitioners

The standards of proficiency that operating department practitioners must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Physiotherapists

The standards of proficiency that physiotherapists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Prosthetists / orthotists

The standards of proficiency that prosthetists / orthotists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

Speech and language therapists

The standards of proficiency that speech and language therapists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

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