Recertification for BCC Holders
In order to meet the requirements of the BOA Casting Sub-Committee and to continue in the active steps towards health profession status, it is essential that all British Casting Certificate holders recertify every 3 years post exam. NHS trusts also require all professions to be registered. Failure to register could result in you breaking the contractual agreement with your employer and can result in pay issues.
RECERTIFY ONLINE - Recertification will open 01/06/2023 to 30/09/2023
Fee for recertification is currently £60.00 for 3 years registration.
Contact: BCC Database Manager
Telephone: 0207 406 1762
Email: [email protected]
If you have not received the email, we may not have the correct contact details for you, please contact the BCC Database Manager using the contact details above.
Confirmation of Recertification
Continuing Professional Development
Examples of Professional Development:
- attendance at study days, conferences and workshops with evidence of reflection
- evidence of private study or learning activity
- undertaking research
- publication of articles
- giving presentations at conferences or workshops
- recorded ‘reflective practice’.
Failure to Recertify
If you are not currently practicing
If at a later stage, you return to work within a casting environment you will need to apply to the Casting Sub-Committee, satisfy the Committee’s recommendations on how to return to practice and you will have to pay the recertification fee. If you wish to return to the live register, please contact the BCC Database Manager.
Finding your current status
Updating your Personal Details
Code of Conduct
BCC holders are expected to follow the Code of Conduct from the BOA Casting Committee.
Information for Employers
The British Orthopaedic Association maintains a Register of holders of the British Casting Certificate. Employers can check their employee’s status by emailing: [email protected]