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Health and Care Professions Council

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is a UK-wide regulator, registering the following professions: arts therapists, biomedical scientists, chiropodists / podiatrists, clinical scientists, dietitians, hearing aid dispensers, occupational therapists, operating department practitioners, orthoptists, paramedics, physiotherapists, practitioner psychologists, prosthetists / orthotists, radiographers, and speech and language therapists.

We protect the public by regulating 15 health and care professions

To do this we:

  • set standards for professionals' education and training and practice;
  • keep a register of professionals, known as 'registrants', who meet our standards; and
  • take action if professionals on our Register do not meet our standards.

We regularly consult service users and carers, health and care professionals and other key stakeholders, to get their views on the work we do.

This is underpinned our core values: transparency, collaboration and responsiveness, and a commitment to offering value for money and a high quality service to our stakeholders. 

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The HCPC is committed to attracting, developing and motivating talented people from diverse backgrounds at every level.  As part of this commitment we recognise the importance of an inclusive workplace that ensures that all employees are supported to reach their full potential.  We are proud that the HCPC is a diverse and inclusive place to work and mindful of the vital importance of diversity to our success.

Equal Opportunities Monitoring 

To support our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workplace we monitor candidates’ equality and diversity data across all stages of the recruitment process. This information allows us to identify areas of development and to plan how to achieve improvement.

Our shortlisting process is anonymous. The shortlisting panel will not be given your name or other personal details, information from the diversity monitoring section, or details of any criminal convictions.

The only information used for shortlisting is that relevant to your potential performance in the role.  Shortlisters will therefore only see your answers relating to your qualifications, previous employment, and how you meet the key skill requirements.

Disability Confident 

We are a certified Disability Confident Employer. Disability Confident is a government scheme designed to encourage employers to recruit and retain disabled people and those with health conditions.


Our values underpin what we do and how we do it, to help us operate to high standards and effectively as a regulator and employer


✔ Work with all of our stakeholders to understand and respond to their specific needs

✔ Actively listen to diverse and protected groups including those who may not traditionally have a strong voice

✔ Be empathetic and compassionate in our dealings with registrants, complainants and witnesses

✔ Work collaboratively with others to ensure joined up effective regulation

✔ Contribute and adapt to reflect regional, national and profession differences

✔ Use our data and evidence, and that of our stakeholders, to inform our decision making

✔ Be an excellent employer



✔ Effective regulation which meets the PSA’s standards of good regulation and reflects best practice

✔ An excellent user experience

✔ Well-informed standards, guidance and regulatory processes that enable registrants to adapt to changes in healthcare

✔ Preventative regulation using data, research and analysis to address the conditions that may contribute to instances of service user harm

✔ Guidance and resources that support quality in professional practice

✔ Regulation that adapts to public needs



Benefits at Health and Care Professions Council

List of all the benefits that Health and Care Professions Council are offering their employees. Benefits may vary depending on role, location and length of service.

  • Refreshments
  • Refurbished Offices
  • Secondment and Sabbatical Policy
  • E-Learning hub
  • professional Membership Fees
  • Learning and Development Opportunities and Sponsorship for Professional Qualifications
  • Employee of the year
  • Social Events
  • Maternity, Paternity, Adoption and Shared Parental Leave
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • 35 hour working week
  • 30 days annual leave plus Public Holidays
  • Flexible working
  • A tax-free cycle to work scheme
  • Season Ticket Loans
  • life Assurance
  • Competitive Salary

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