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Top 10 mistakes and how to avoid them
Top 10 mistakes and how to avoid them!
We often have to take up queries with applicants once they send in their application. This delays the process not only for you, but for all applicants, as it takes us away from checking applications.
These simple tips are designed to help you avoid the most common mistakes and help your application go smoothly through the process.
Pay the correct fee – check with us if you are unsure.
Your diary of practice must be no more than 6 months old when you apply
Your diary and practice hours at Part D should be similar
Using an accredited course? If it doesn’t say ‘BACP accredited’ on the certificate you must get a letter from your training provider which says you completed the accredited course
You must have completed and got the award for all training you use
Have you and your supervisor signed your supervisor report?
Stick to the word counts. We will ask you to do work again if it is over the limit.
Each sub-criterion must be referenced in your written work
Tell us the date of your CPD activity and make sure it’s within the 12 months before we get your application. If it isn’t, you will have to re-do your work
Tell us about your supervision (using the relevant form) for all practice in your application, including your current arrangement(s)