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Join our #myhcpcstandards webinars – learn about the updated standards of proficiency
We recently released updates to our standards of proficiency, which come into effect on 1 September 2023.
Service announcement: Christmas and New Year 2022
Information about our closing dates and which online services are still running.
Service announcement: HCPC opening hours for Christmas 2020
Our offices will be closing over the festive period, from 12 noon on 24 December 2020, reopening at 9am on 4 January 2021. Our online services will still available during this time.
Position statement: Taking part in industrial action
If you are an HCPC registrant taking part in industrial action, the behaviours set out in our standards of conduct, performance and ethics still apply
Paramedic prescribing: what you need to know
New legislation has come into force to allow advanced paramedics to prescribe medicines to patients. As of 1 April 2018, paramedics were able to undertake training in independent and supplementary prescribing.
Service announcement for Friday 11 March 2022
Offices will be closed on Friday 11 March 2022 for all staff training. This means our telephone and email services will not be available.
Statement on physiotherapist renewals
Statement on physiotherapist renewals from Andrew Smith, Executive Director of Regulation
Physiotherapists: how to rejoin the Register if you’ve been removed
We want to get you back on the Register as soon as possible. Please follow these steps to make sure you've reapplied correctly.
A joint statement of support for paramedics practising in non-traditional roles from the Health and Care Professions Council and the College of Paramedics
HCPC launches consultation on permanent changes to our Rules to hold remote hearings
We launched a consultation on permanently amending our Rules to give us the express power to hold hearings remotely.
Deciding whether learners are fit to practise
Our standards of education and training require you to ensure only those that complete programmes are fit to practise. Therefore, you must not qualify an individual that you would not be confident becoming a registrant.