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Using the learning from our fitness to practise cases and research, we will explore the harmful impact a poor culture, that includes bulling and harassment, can have on registrants’ ability to achieve their professional standards.
For employers and managers of HCPC registered professionals, focusing on how they can support registrants to meet our regulatory standards plus the fitness to practise process
The Indicative Sanctions Policy sets out what principles Practice Committee Panels should consider when deciding what, if any, sanction should be applied to fitness to practise cases
We are consulting on proposals to increase our registration fees. If adopted, the changes would be effective from 1 October 2019 and existing registrants would pay the new renewal fee when their profession next renews its registration.
We are consulting on proposed changes to the Standards for prescribing.