Executive Director of Resources
The Business Change Department manages all major projects.
The Finance Department manages the budget and processes transactions, including registrants' payments, suppliers' invoices, and employee payroll and expenses.
Human Resources & Organisational Development
The Human Resources (HR) department plays a crucial role in people management, talent acquisition, employee development, and ensuring compliance with employment law.
IT & Digital
The IT Department provides technical support for employees and helps to introduce IT technology for major projects.
The Office Services Department supports the smooth-running of our site, including overseeing health and safety for employees and visitors.
Executive Director of Education, Registration & Regulatory Standards
The Education Department assesses education and training programmes for the professions we regulate, and decides whether they should be approved. The Department then monitors them to make sure they continue to meet our standards.
Insight and Analytics
The Insight & Analytics Team collaborates with HCPC departments to improve data quality, standardise reporting datasets and develop shared approaches to analysis.
Policy and Standards
The Policy and Standards Department writes and revises policies, including our standards.
The Registration Department provide frontline support for registrants who are applying to join the Register or who need to renew their registration. They also assess UK and international applications and continuing professional development profiles.
Executive Director of Corporate Affairs
The Communications Department is responsible for communicating with stakeholders through digital platforms and print, engagement activity, events, media and PR, and internal communications.
The Governance Department manages Council and committees, including managing data protection and Freedom of Information requests.
Office of the Chair & Chief Executive (OCCE)
Provides proactive planning and support to the Chair, Chief Executive and Executive Directors.
Professional Liaison Service
The HCPC Professional Liaison Service was established in 2020 following a decision to invest in more upstream regulation. Upstream regulation describes an approach to regulation that is focussed on prevention, partnership and support.
The Quality Assurance Department is responsible for checking the quality of the work we do and assessing any risks.
Executive Director of Fitness to Practise and Tribunal Services
Fitness to Practise
The Fitness to Practise Department investigates concerns about registrants' fitness to practise, and arranges hearings through the Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service.
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Treating people with respect, empathy and care
Collaborating with others and championing diversity
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