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Info on joining the Register, renewals, international applicants, period of adaptation and returning to practice
What happens after your application has been successful and how you stay registered
For HCPC registrants who have come to work in the UK via our international registration route, preceptorship can provide a way to support acculturation to both their new working environment and to living in the UK.
How to consider applicants with convictions or cautions and make decisions regarding their suitability for registration and ability to provide a professional service for the public.
Everything you need to support your employees, whether you’re looking for information on the registration process or events to connect with us
Information on the changes to our registration processes from 1 January 2021 and how they might impact the members of HCPC's professions
Employers, including those who manage, supervise or lead the work of HCPC registered professionals, play a key role providing a number of functions, including checking their employees’ registration
The ELT has day-to-day responsibility for managing HCPC
We keep a Register of health and care professionals who meet our standards for their training, professional skills, behaviour and health
This report contains the HCPC’s first scientific assessment of the time new HCPC registrants stayed registered for
Advice and guidance about coming off the Register
Employees work across a variety of departments to support our operations
Nana-Jane is a registered biomedical scientist currently in the third year of her PhD researching Bladder Cancer.
You need to make your professional declaration and pay your fee to complete your renewal using your online account
Your professional declaration confirms that you continue to be fit to practise and meet our standards