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Why your registration matters
Our primary purpose is to protect the public, but there are benefits to being a regulated profession
CPD advice for students
Natalie Berrie, Registration Manager at the HCPC, gives an overview of the CPD process
Roles in Education
Education is responsible for monitoring and approving education programmes within the UK for the 15 professions that HCPC regulate which leads to registration within the UK
Changes to our registration fees
We are consulting on proposed changes to our fees
Insights and data
Data and statistics on our regulatory work, including information on fitness to practise, registration and education processes
Feedback on our registration services
We are committed to developing and improving the service provided by our Registration Department and we would like your help by providing feedback
These organisations do work which may include promoting the profession, representing members, curriculum frameworks, post registration education and training and continuing professional development.
Each year, we run a competition for students who, at the time of entry, are enrolled on an HCPC-approved pre-registration programme.
HCPC statement on student supervision
This statement sets out our broad expectations regarding registration participation in the supervision of students from HCPC approved programmes.
New threshold for paramedic registration
In 2018, we raised the level of qualification for paramedics’ registration. Previously paramedics needed to achieve ‘Equivalent to Certificate of Higher Education’ to become registered. Currently they need to achieve ’Bachelor degree with honours’.
Our approach to temporary registration
We have worked with the UK Government to create a COVID-19 temporary register, of two parts
Registration: what you need to know as an employer
Info on joining the Register, renewals, international applicants, period of adaptation and returning to practice
Request confirmation of your registration status
This is also known as a certificate of current professional status (CCPS) or letter of good standing. You may require this if you're applying for a job or registration in a country outside the UK.
Registrants and representative organisations
Communicating with our registrants is essential to the work that we do. It is important that registrants are kept up to date with developments that affect their professional registration
Once you are on the Register
What happens after your application has been successful and how you stay registered