If you are a registered HCPC radiographer you have until 29 February 2016 to renew your registration.
If you have not done so already, you should receive a letter advising what you should do shortly.
The easiest way to renew your registration is by using the online service on the HCPC website. Click here to find out how.
A random sample of radiographer registrants will also be asked to prepare submissions for audit against the HCPC’s CPD standards.
Don’t panic if you are asked to submit, Louise Coleman, Professional Officer for Education and Accreditation at the SCoR, has put together a list of 10 top tips for getting ahead.
This year is also the first year that radiographers will be required to have professional indemnity insurance (PII) to maintain their registration.
The SCoR has a number of resources explaining the changes which you can view below.
If you have any questions, you can contact the HCPC registration department via telephone 0845 300 4472 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm) or email [email protected].
Are you a sonographer unsure about whether you need to be HCPC registered?
The SCoR has answered a comprehensive list of FAQs here, and also provided guidance on why it’s important to maintain your registration here.