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Revalidation

Revalidation is a process by which a regulated professional periodically has to demonstrate that he or she remains fit to practise.


The HCPC already has robust systems in place to ensure the continuing fitness to practise of our registrants. These include our registration renewals process, continuing professional development standards and fitness to practise processes.

The HCPC is undertaking a series of projects to increase our understanding about whether additional measures are needed to ensure the continuing fitness to practise of our registrants.

More information about the work that the HCPC is doing can be found by clicking on the links to the left.



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