Here to help: 10 registration facts 4 January The IBMS Registration Team receives large numbers of questions, ranging from simple to the very complex. The IBMS Registration Training Portfolio and Certificate of Competence is a process by which individuals provide evidence that they have met the competencies required of the HCPC standards of proficiency, are fit to practice at threshold level as a biomedical scientist and are, therefore, eligible to apply for professional registration with the HCPC. The time limits have recently been removed from our current Version 4 Registration Portfolios, however, evidence must be within three years of the date of verification. There is an expiry limit of three years on older versions of the portfolios and all holders of Version 3 must complete by December The verification visit should be about satisfaction there is evidence that the candidate can work to the standards of proficiency and not about the technical aspects, therefore, the verifier needs to be reassured that the standard has been met rather than HOW it has been met.
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Generic - 79kb DOCX. As part of the portfolio requirements candidates have to submit two essays. Interpretation of the Standards. Suggested Evidences. General Comments. A reflection on reflective practice. Section 1a evidences.
All required a detailed literature review and critical analysis of the subjects being researched. The essays and case studies demonstrated my ability to read and critically appraise literature and to understand and analyse results and information.
Please can you give me some guidance on Candidates for assessment in any modality may wish to refer to these for guidance on the style and content expected by the assessors - even if not in your specific modality since they will provide examples of successful style and layout.
Graduate applicants must submit a portfolio for admission and scholarship consideration. The author of the website is one who, whilst entrusted with overseeing the progress of students, finds it difficult to spend the amount of time The code does This portfolio will demonstrate the competences I have gained and use regularly as part of my role within the laboratory.
I will initially outline the BSHI training Hi has anyone done their IBMS registration portfolio? If so how was it structured and what sort of evidences can you use? Thank you! Has anyone completed the IBMS registration portfolio? Page 1 of 1. The portfolio should be professionally presented in ring binder format.
A member of the Institute of Biomedical Science will: 1. How to Write a Good Reflective Portfolio. Be critical. Although the content of a portfolio will be more personalised than other assignments, you should use the same level of critical analysis as you do for any essay or exam.
Be comprehensive. Make sure that you include a good range of experiences that exemplify your work throughout the duration
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