Check the Register

Checking the Register

This section includes information on what you need to know about the checking the Register.

Checking the Register

The search results will display:

their name;
their registration status;
their registration number; and
the approximate geographical area in which they work.

Clicking on the name of an individual registrant will display further details about them.

Click here for more details on how to check the Register.

Explanation of registration status

The search results will display:

  • Registered - this means that the registrant is currently registered
  • Registered Conditions of Practice - this means that in order to practice their profession, the registrant must comply with specified conditions
  • Registered Interim Conditions of Practice - this means that in order to practice their profession before a final hearing takes place, the registrant must comply with specified conditions
  • Registered Caution - this means that the registrant has had a warning placed against their registration but is able to practice their profession on an unrestricted basis
  • Deregistered Suspension - this means that the registrant has been suspended from practising their profession
  • Deregistered Interim Suspension - this means that the registrant has been suspended from practising their profession on an interim basis before a final hearing takes place

Searching for multiple registrants

As an employer or manager, you may find our 'multiple registrant search' useful. This facility allows you to check the registration status of up to 100 individuals at once.

Click here to check the multiple registrant search tool

What doesn't the register show?

The Register does not show individual qualifications, seniority, or skill levels. It does not display a home or work address. The information displayed is intended only to allow you to check that a professional is registered.

Registrants who have been struck off as a result of a fitness to practise hearing will not appear in the online Register. You can find more information about cases by clicking here.