Be honest and trustworthy

Issues covered in this section include:

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  • making sure your conduct justifies the public’s trust and confidence in you and your profession
  • being honest about your experience, qualifications and skills
  • ensuring promotional activities you are involved in are accurate and are not likely to mislead.

The section also contains important information about your conduct and competence, such as ff you accept a caution from the police or you have been charged with, or found guilty of, a criminal offence.

Access the relevant HCPC standards for this key area as well as RCSLT guidance and supporting resources to assist members to meet these standards.

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