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How to submit an application

When considering submitting an application for Voluntary Registration always check the Latest Guidance Notes to help you with your application.

Please note: Any queries should be addressed prior to submission of an application and once submitted the application fee is non-refundable.

For applicant having graduating from a recognised Clinical Physiology Degree Course...
From Jan 2007 a new 'Short Form' was made available for graduates of the BSc Hons courses in Clinical Physiology and Audiology.
After consultation with the Health Professions Council, and in recognition that these are the recognised entry qualifications; the forms and evidence needed has been modified appropriately.  

Only students outputting from a BSc (Hons) Clinical Physiology or Audiology degree from an accredited HEI as shown on the Accredited Provider List will be eligible to use this form for application to the register. HOWEVER anyone who graduated more than 2 years before applying, must now complete the ‘long’ form and pay the associated fee.

Please note that when using this shortened version of the form that a reference is required  This must be a character reference from your workplace, wherever possible but if this is not available, from your work based assessor/clinical tutor/internal verifier.  The character reference should provide evidence the applicant's fitness to practice.

This PDF form can be filled in prior to printing or can be printed to be filled out by hand.

(We regret this form is only available as a PDF format.)

PLEASE NOTE: Only this version of the Short ('Graduate') Application Form will be accepted after 1st June 2013.
If you are currently completing the previous form and will not be submitting before 1st June 2013 please transfer your information to this new version.


All other applications...      must be made on a recognised RCCP 'Long' Form which is available in 2 formats.


You can obtain a paper copy of the Registration Form by sending a large A4 stamped, addressed envelope to the RCCP Administrator.

[Note: To download the electronic forms below either open them using the link then use the save option or right-click the link and use 'Save Target As...']

Electronic (Word or PDF)

You may download and print a blank form below complete and save this form to print later by clicking the link below -

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