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How to make a request

Requests must be in writing and include your name and contact details

Data policy and terms

HCPC's data policy, including details about the information we hold about registrants, plus the terms and conditions for our website

Commonly asked record-keeping questions, answered

Katherine Timms, Head of Policy and Standards at the HCPC, answers the most common questions we receive from registrants about record keeping

DPP

Mae datblygiad proffesiynol parhaus (DPP) yn ystod o weithgareddau dysgu y mae cofrestreion yn cynnal ac yn datblygu trwyddynt drwy gydol eu gyrfa er mwyn sicrhau eu bod yn parhau i allu ymarfer yn ddiogel, yn effeithiol, ac yn gyfreithiol, o fewn cwmpas eu harfer sy’n newid. Rhaid i gofrestreion ymgymryd â Datblygiad Proffesiynol Parhaus er mwyn aros yn gofrestredig gyda ni.

Our guidance on confidentiality

How to ensure you meet our standards when handling information about service users

Datblygiad proffesiynol parhaus

DPP yn ystod o weithgareddau dysgu y mae cofrestreion yn cynnal ac yn datblygu trwyddynt drwy gydol eu gyrfa er mwyn sicrhau eu bod yn parhau i allu ymarfer yn ddiogel, yn effeithiol, ac yn gyfreithiol, o fewn cwmpas eu harfer sy’n newid

Can I do that? Thinking through your scope of practice

Our guidance says you should use your “professional judgement” to come to decisions about what is and is not within your scope of practice (the limit of your skills, knowledge and experience). But what does this “professional judgement” look like in practice?

What is CPD?

CPD stands for continuing professional development, a standard that HCPC registrants must meet.

Health and social care regulators

We work closely with the other UK health regulators to share best practice in a variety of areas. These include HR, education, equality and diversity, communications and governance.

Being selected for audit

When CPD audits happen and what you'll need to do if selected

Regulating further professions

How the government decides which professions should be regulated

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