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Want to know more about CPD?

Practitioners registered with RCCP have the potential to cause harm to patients.To reduce the risk of harm registrants are required to demonstrate that they are fit to practice, both in terms of their competency and conduct. RCCP has a responsibility to ensure that registrants maintain fitness to practice and continue to meet its standards.This is carried out through monitoring the continuing professional development activities that registrants undertake.This is important in supporting a culture of continuous learning and improvement, as well as ensuring the professionalism of registrants. 

RCCP audits 3% of CPD records every two years which is in line with the audit conducted by the Health & Care Professions Council.  The next audit is due to take place in 2017. RCCP will contact registrants who are randomly selected.  Failure to comply with RCCP CPD requirements will lead to a registrant's suspension from the Register.

For more information see the RCCP Policy for CPD.

For examples of CPD activities please see the RCCP Guidance for CPD.

CPD Evidence Form
This can be completed and be used as evidence, if you do not have a certificate to support an entry of your CPD activity.
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RCCP Continuing Professional Development Audit Report 2015

Following the RCCP CPD Audit we have published a report - find out more here


Need to defer your CPD audit?

Occasionally due to unavoidable circumstances, you may need to ask to defer (put off) your audit - find out more here


RCCP CPD Audit FAQ

Every second year we will be randomly auditing a sample of registrants so make sure you are collecting your evidence - find out more here


What CPD do I have to do?

RCCP standards require that a registrant must follow some simple rules


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