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My COVID-19 Story - Luke McAndrew

Luke McAndrew is a recent graduate and newly qualified paramedic.

FAQs and resources

Further information and guidance to help you determine what is and is not in your scope of practice

Periods of adaptation (POAs)

Information about periods of supervised practice intended to make up for significant shortfalls in an international application

Returning to Practice: My Journey - Susanna Shotter

Susanna is an occupational therapist and Aspire Creating Communities, a charity in Huddersfield that combats social isolation amongst over-55s. She returned to the Register in 2019.

Working with professional bodies

How we work with professional bodies when assessing programmes

Changes to the level of qualification for entry to the Register for paramedics

Information about this change, including how it will affect existing paramedic programmes

Are you and your team ready for the updated standards of proficiency?

As the updated standards of proficiency come into effect on 1 September 2023, you might be wondering what you need to do as a manager or employer of HCPC registrants. In this article we share ideas, tips and strategies to help you and your team prepare to embed the updated standards into everyday practice.

Updating your knowledge and skills

If you have not practised for two years or more, you must complete either 30 or 60 days of updating (depending on how long you have been out of practice)

Toolbox or tickbox: how should you use our standards?

What’s the best way to use our standards of conduct, performance and ethics in practice?

Why employers should respond to the consultation on proposed changes to HCPC’s English language requirements

HCPC Policy Manager Tom Miller explains the proposals we are making and why it is especially important to hear from employers and managers of HCPC registrants, who have experience of how the current arrangements are working.

The standards of proficiency for occupational therapists

The standards of proficiency that occupational therapists must meet in order to join, and remain on, the HCPC Register. 

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