Fitness to Practise - The why and the how Recorded webinar
Fitness to Practise – three words that can instil fear and panic into the strongest and most confident registrants. This recorded webinar provides an opportunity to explore the reality behind the myths, to understand more about the fitness to practise function of the General Optical Council, and see if you would reach the same outcomes as our decision makers do.
This webinar, led by Dionne Spence, the GOC's Director of Casework and Resolution, provides an introduction to the stages of the fitness to practise, including Triage, Investigation, Case Examiners and the Fitness to Practise Committee, and includes case studies to demonstrate how decisions are made.
CPD Points: 1
CPDpoints.com credits: 1
Expiry Date: 31/12/2024
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