Richard Nelson LLP’s expert solicitors advise healthcare professionals on their HCPC registration applications, helping you to sort through complex issues and get the right result.
When considering applications for HCPC registration, the HCPC check to see if applicants have an appropriate qualification, are of good character and are physically and mentally fit.
When completing your application for HCPC registration, it is important to be honest and open regarding your fitness to practise. A failure to do this is likely to lead to an allegation of dishonest conduct by the HCPC and/or have your application for HCPC registration refused.
If you have a criminal conviction, caution, or a fitness to practise history with another regulator, you will have to provide additional information about this to the Registrar as part of the HCPC registration process. Our lawyers can help you with this, by providing representations, to seek to persuade the Registrar why they should still grant your application for HCPC registration.
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