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Regulating in the next phase – COVID-19

The pandemic required us to quickly adapt how we operated as a regulator. We intend to build on this agility to ensure we deliver effective public protection through lean and intelligent regulation.

HCPC statement on the NHS Long Term Workforce Plan

This is a significant moment and we will be carefully considering the detail in the Plan and the commitments made.

HCPTS website updates

We have recently made a few changes to the HCPTS website to improve the information and support provided to registrants

Joint statement on the closure of the COVID-19 Temporary Register

A joint statement from the Chief Professional Officers and Advisers, and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) to those on the Temporary Register.

Introducing your new look Partner Portal

We recently upgraded the Partner Portal to the newest version and we have created some up-to-date manuals to help you navigate the system

Extension of the COVID-19 Temporary Register

On Thursday 22 September, government announced that the healthcare professions temporary registers, including the HCPC COVID-19 Temporary Register, will remain open for a further two years.

HCPC launches EDI data factsheets for professions

Read the new factsheets showing the equality and diversity data of registrants broken down by profession.

Closure of the COVID-19 Temporary Register

The COVID-19 Temporary Register will close on the 31 March 2024.

New HCPC finance system

We are working on the implementation of the new finance system which will replace the current three systems we use to make payments.

HCPC appoints new Lay Council Member

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kathryn Foreman to Council.

Our services during the period of National Mourning

During the period of National Mourning, the HCPC’s core regulatory work will continue. Our offices will be closed on Monday 19 September 2022 for the national Bank Holiday for the Queen’s State Funeral.

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