UKPHR seeks your views on a draft set of amended standards for use in connection with practitioner registration in the future and a number of related matters.
In this consultation, the following documents will be referred to and copies of these documents are available for perusal alongside this consultation:
- UKPHR’s current standards for practitioner registration – “Current Standards”
- The proposed amended standards for practitioner registration – “Amended Standards”
- Draft guidance in relation to applying the Amended Standards – “Draft Guidance” which is provided for information but is not for consultation
- A proposed timeline for moving from the Current Standards to the Amended Standards – “Timeline”.
You will be asked for your views on the matters raised in the Amended Standards and Timeline.
Who is invited to respond
Any registrant and any individual or organisation with an interest in UKPHR practitioner registration is welcome to respond to this consultation. The consultation will be live on UKPHR’s website throughout and will be publicised in emails and announcements to registrants and stakeholders and by Twitter to wider audiences.
How to respond
UKPHR has set up an online response facility and you are welcome to complete the survey. We would recommend that you familiarise yourself with the amended standards and consultation questions before beginning the online survey. A summary of questions can be viewed from the paper version of the consultation.
Alternatively, you are welcome to respond in your own way in writing and send your response to UKPHR by post or email. Please click here for the paper version of our consultation.
UKPHR is not prescribing a format for responding to this consultation in this way nor is it providing a form for completion and return.
When to respond
This consultation will close on Friday 19th October 2018 at 10.00hrs
Where to send responses
If you post your response, please address it to:
UKPHR, 18c Mclaren Building, 46, Priory Queensway, Birmingham, B4 7LR
If you email your response, please send it to: email@example.com
Please state “Amended standards for practitioner registration” in your response.
If you have any queries about this consultation, please telephone David Kidney on 0121 296 4370 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org