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Our quality assurance approach means we use data and intelligence to inform how we undertake assessments. A great example of this is some work we recently carried out with Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW).
It is now every registrant’s responsibility to meet the updated standards, as far as they relate to their scope of practice.
An update on our proposed fee increase
The increase has now passed through both parliaments and will come into force as law in July.
“An important step towards modernising and reforming professional regulation”
We want to continually improve our support for education providers in meeting our regulatory requirements, and delivering the best programmes they can. A key part of our work is making sure we understand the experience of those going through education programmes.
Find out how we'll continue to work with you in the run up to the transfer date
Today, the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) responded to NHS England’s consultations around proposals to amend the medical entitlements of six HCPC professions.
The Professional Standards Authority has today published a report on the actions taken by regulators in the first phase of the pandemic, entitled Learning from Covid-19.
A joint statement from the Chief Professional Officers and Advisers, and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) to those on the Temporary Register.