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Standards of proficiency - Speech and language therapists

Date of publication: 06/01/2014
Category: Standards
Audience: Education providers, Employers, Journalists and media, Members of the public, Prospective registrants, Registrants

The standards of proficiency are the standards which every speech and language therapist must meet in order to become registered.

Once registered, speech and language therapists must continue to meet the standards of proficiency that are relevant to their scope of practice - the areas of their profession in which they have the knowledge and skills to practise safely and effectively.

These standards are effective from Monday 6 January 2014.

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