Professional visitors for the HCPC help in the assessment of existing and proposed education and training programmes, and are expected to commit about five days per year.
Tracey Samuel-Smith, the HCPC Education Manager, explains: "Visitors are responsible for providing their profession expertise to the assessment of existing and proposed education and training programmes delivered by education providers. Visitors make a real difference to the work we do and how we help to protect the public.
"This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved and help safeguard people using our registrants' services by ensuring education and training programmes meet our standards. Visitors also contribute to recommendations to the HCPC's Education and Training Committee regarding the approval of programmes."
Visitors must be registered and should have an understanding of the principles of quality assurance in Higher/Further Education or in a practice environment, as well as teaching, learning and assessment strategies in an educational or practice environment. In particular, radiographers who are currently experienced in supervising learners in their current workplace are invited to apply for this role.
The HCPC pays £82 for profession-specific advice for the approval process and performance review assessments.
Visitors are expected to commit to around five days per year. The length and notice for providing services are variable and can fit most diary commitments and working patterns. If you are successful, you will be required to undertake mandatory training prior to commencing your role.
Applications must be submitted by Monday 14 August at 1pm. To find out more and apply, visit the HCPC partners website.