CPD, ILOD and HCPC

Continue your professional development with BAOT resources

The College provides resources and support to enable you to actively pursue your own professional development.
 

All occupational therapists need to engage in lifelong learning, or continued professional development (CPD), in order to remain registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and to enable the profession to develop.

Online CPD tools for BAOT members

BAOT members can access CPD tools on our Interactive Learning Opportunities Database (ILOD). ILOD includes formal learning opportunities, career planning and CPD tools.

Find out more about ILOD

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration and audit

The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), formerly the Health Professions Council (HPC), is the regulatory body for occupational therapists and 14 other allied health professions. A selection of occupational therapists are audited by the HCPC every two years, and the College provides members with advice about the HCPC registration and audit processes.

Find out more about the Health and Care Professions Council

Interview with an OT who has successfully been audited by the HCPC

Every two years, the Health and Care Professions Council randomly select a group of occupational therapists to submit evidence of their Continuing Professional Development. Find out more about the HCPC audit.

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