June 2015 - BASW Response to the HCPC consultation on revised standards of conduct, performance and ethics

Consultation on revised Standards of conduct, performance and ethics

01/04/2015 - 26/06/2015


We are consulting on revised standards of conduct, performance and ethics. These are the high level ethical standards we set for all the professionals we register. They set out in broad terms the behaviour we expect of our registrants.

We have reviewed the existing standards to make sure that they continue to be fit for purpose, up-to-date and well understood by registrants and the public. The draft standards have been produced using feedback we gathered as part of the review.

We look forward to receiving your comments.

You can download copies of the consultation document and the draft standards below. You will need to refer to these documents when responding.

You can respond to the consultation in the following ways:

 •  By completing our easy-to-use online survey  
 •  By emailing us at consultation@hcpc-uk.org

 •  By writing to us at the following address

Consultation on standards of conduct, performance and ethics
Policy and Standards Department
Health and Care Professions Council
Park House
184 Kennington Park Road
SE11 4BU

Fax: +44(0)20 7820 9684

If you would like to request the consultation document in hard copy or in alternative formats, please email consultation@hcpc-uk.org or call 0207 840 9815.

The deadline for responses to the consultation is 26 June 2015

Published : 25th June 2015*

Publisher : British Association of Social Workers  [ More From This Publisher ]

Rights : British Association of Social Workers

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