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Returnee information

All information recorded on this form will be stored securely by Health Education England (HEE) and only used to support data collection for the National Return to Practice allied health professionals and healthcare scientists programme. View our full privacy notice


Review the inclusion and exclusion criteria as listed below and submit your details on this page. Once the form is submitted a member of our team will be in touch. Should you have any queries in the meantime contact R2PAHP-HCS@hee.nhs.uk.

Inclusion

The program is open and will support all AHPs or HCS who currently live in and plan to work in England, once returned to the HCPC register.

You need to have been previously registered with the HCPC or qualified in the UK, but have not registered in the last five years. If you have not registered with the HCPC since qualifying and it is over five years please contact the HCPC for advice.

The programme will support registrants who remained on the HCPC register for more than two years but have not practiced.

Exclusions

Overseas AHPs or HCSs that qualified abroad and have never been registered with the HCPC.

Returnees looking to work outside England when they have returned to the register.

Returnees that have any fitness to practice issues cited against them by the HCPC.

If it is over five years since you qualified, and you never registered with the HCPC, please contact the HCPC for advice.

The programme is unable to support BMS looking to undertake a period of updating to meet their Certificate of Competency. The programme is unable to support training posts.

Currently HEE AHP/HCS RTP programme is unable to support Social Workers to return to the HCPC register. Should you require any further support in this area please follow the link. http://www.returntosocial.work/

 
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