Standards that you should be aware of while undertaking an approved programme
You should be aware of our standards when undertaking approved programmes. You have started your professional journey and so should be aware of how our standards impact you now, to facilitate the transition to becoming a registered professional.
We do not hold learners to standards and do not have a learner register. However, we provide guidance for leaners about how they should view our standards while undertaking an approved programme.
Standards of conduct, performance and ethics
The standards of conduct, performance and ethics set out the ethical framework within which our registrants must work.
It is important that you are aware of our standards of conduct performance and ethics. We have judged that your programme’s curriculum delivers these standards, and that you are assessed as meeting them through the programme’s assessment.
We have produced guidance to assist you when thinking about how the standards of conduct, performance and ethics apply to you as a learner. This guidance includes guidance on what learners should do when undertaking a programme, especially when in practice-based learning.
Standards of proficiency
The standards of proficiency set out what registrants should know, understand and be able to do when they complete their training so that they can register with us.
It is important that you are aware of our proficiency standards that you will meet through your programme. We have judged that your programme's curriculum delivers these standards and that you are assessed as meeting them through the programme's assessment.
Standards of education and training
The standards of education and training set out what education and training programmes must do to prepare learners for professional practice.
We have assessed that approved programmes meet these standards. They are focused around ensuring policies and processes are in place so the programme in fit for purpose. The areas in the standards are as follows.
- Level of qualification for entry to the Register
- Programme admissions
- Programme governance, management and leadership
- Programme design and delivery
- Practice-based learning