What is HCPC?
What is HCPC? – Who are they and what do they do?
What is HCPC? The Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) are the regulator for a large number of heath and care professionals. They protect the public and keep a register of professionals who meet HCPC standards for training, skills, behaviour and health. The professionals who are regulated by the HCPC have titles protected by law and it is a criminal offence for a professional to claim that they are regulated when they are not or to use a protected title they are not entitled to use. If a professional registered with the HCPC fails to meet the required standards, action can be taken which can include preventing the registrant from practising.
Aims and Vision
The aims and vision of the HCPC are as follows:
- Maintaining a publishing a public register of properly qualified members of the profession
- Approving and upholding high standards of education and training and continuing good practice
- Investigating complaints and taking appropriate action
- Working in partnership with the public and a range of other groups including professional bodies and,
- Promoting awareness and understanding of the aims of the Council
'What is HCPC?' The Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) protect the public and keep a register of professionals who meet HCPC standards for training, skills, behaviour and health."
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