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Key findings from the Year in Registration Survey 2023

Key findings from our year in registration survey, which aims to gather insight about how students’ education and training prepares them for practice. 

Essential maintenance to our online services on Thursday 27 April 2023

Due to planned maintenance to improve our registration services, your online account will be temporarily unavailableon the evening of Thursday 27 April, between 5-8pm GMT. 

Further information - standards for pre and post registration education programmes

We have provided the following references and links to education resources for information only

Employers

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

Executive Leadership Team (ELT)

The ELT has day-to-day responsibility for managing HCPC

Changing profile of education provision

The profile of education and training is changing, with a wider variety of pre-registration education and training programmes approved by HCPC. This includes a broader range of qualification levels, and a significant increase in the number of apprenticeship programmes in England.

Preparation for practice: The role of the HCPC's standards of education and training in ensuring that newly qualified professionals are fit to practise

The overall aim of this project is to explore ‘preparation for practice’ of newly qualified professionals who have completed pre-registration education and training programmes approved by the HCPC. Evidence gained from this project will inform and assist the HCPC in decision-making regarding the SETs (and supporting guidance) required when preparing newly qualified professionals to be fit to practise.

Service user involvement in the design and delivery of education and training programmes leading to registration with the Health Professions Council

This research aims to examine available evidence regarding the use and impact of service user feedback tools in healthcare, and explore the views of people within relevant professional bodies.

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