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Unsure about what continuing professional development activities (CPD) you need to do to remain on the Health and Care Professions Council's (HCPC) register? We're inviting social work practitioners to join us for an exclusive online discussion on choosing the right CPD activities, putting them into practice and showing evidence of this to meet the HCPC's standards.


Taking place on Tuesday 19th August from 7pm – 8pm, this interactive session is a chance for all social workers to share best practice ideas, take advice from fellow professionals and put your questions forward to a panel of experts. What’s more, the discussion can also be counted as a CPD activity!

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) require all social workers to maintain a comprehensive record of any CPD activities that are undertaken, and demonstrate how they have led to effective practice. With registration renewals due by the 1st December, it is important for practitioners to make sure that their CPD profile is up-to-date, as the HCPC will be auditing 2.5% of all social workers to check that standards are being met. 

Before our discussion takes place, we would like to hear what social workers think about the new approach to CPD – is it helping to improve professional abilities? Are teams collaborating and sharing best practice? Are employers giving practitioners enough support to successfully complete their CPD requirements? Let us know your thoughts through our short survey.

You can read more about what the HCPC are looking for in the latest of Sanctuary Social Work News featuring an exclusive interview with Robert Templeton, Council Member of the HCPC. 

To keep updated with the latest information relating to our upcoming discussion, or to pre-submit a question for our panel of experts, simply register your details.



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