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Data protection in exceptional times

The factors to consider in applying our standards during the COVID-19 pandemic

Beth yw’r HCPC?

Rydym wedi cynhyrchu animeiddiad i egluro sut rydym yn gweithredu a sut mae’r HCPC o fudd i’r rhai sy’n cofrestru yn ogystal ag i ddefnyddwyr y gwasanaethau

Journalist FAQs

Some of the frequently asked questions journalists have about the HCPC

CPD advice for students

Natalie Berrie, Registration Manager at the HCPC, gives an overview of the CPD process


The Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service (HCPTS) is the hearings service of the Health and Care Professions Council

Employer insight: Moving to the UK to practice and the challenges of finding employment

Doreen is a physiotherapist working in an intermediate care team, and speaks about the steps one Recruiting Manager took that made a real difference

Applying for readmission

How to apply for readmission to the Register, including application forms and information about the process and fees

Supervision and delegation

The factors to consider in applying our standards during the COVID-19 pandemic


Committees advise and assist the Council

Being open and honest when things go wrong

The requirement to be open and honest, otherwise known as the duty of candour, is part of the standards of conduct, performance and ethics.

Roles in Education

Education is responsible for monitoring and approving education programmes within the UK for the 15 professions that HCPC regulate which leads to registration within the UK

The benefits of supervision - an employer’s perspective

The British Psychological Society's Dr Noreen Tehrani looks at the different types of supervision from an employer's perspective - including the different benefits that employers stand to gain and tips to ensure its success.

Roles in Registration

The Registration department process applications from individuals seeking to become a registered professional with the HCPC and practise within the UK