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Follow our social media channels

We have a presence on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube. We also have the HCPC blog, where we regularly post about the work of HCPC and regulation.

Our aim on social media is to increase conversations, build an extended audience and drive users to check that the professional they are seeing is registered as well as provide information specific to registration and regulation.

These new tools enable us to broaden opportunities for communicating with registrants, students and the public, and raise the HCPC's public protection role with our stakeholders through real-time communication and support.

For guidance on the use of social networking sites for our registrants, download our document Focus on standards - social networking sites.



UK Facebook

Facebook is a really useful way of keeping informed about events, consultations, news, CPD and registration renewals via the HCPC's page.

UK LinkedIn

The Health and Care Professions Council has an information page that you can 'follow' or 'join' as a member.

UK Twitter

Twitter is a great way to get bite-size news updates from the HCPC while on the go, and also join in discussions on current topics within your profession.

UK HCPC Blog

We regularly post on a range of subjects including the work of HCPC and regulation.

UK YouTube

The HCPC YouTube channel features all our latest video content, including guides, presentations and service announcements.



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