Without doubt, IBMS accreditation is respected by universities and recognised by students as adding value to their degree. It does not automatically follow that students fully appreciate what an accredited degree offers, or for that matter that they have chosen the degree specifically for a career as a registered biomedical scientist. Many do, but many more may seek a career in research or industry. Such is the popularity of these degrees and the choices students have. The choices have developed from traditional routes required to deliver an educated and trained workforce for clinical pathology services, but also in response to professional standards of practice, regulatory requirements and the wider application of biomedical science in industry. They are informed by the needs of employers who desire the ability to employ students of their choice, including those from non-accredited degrees, and the resources they have to contribute to academic teaching or to offer placement opportunities to students.
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The title ' Biomedical Scientist ' is legally protected. Please note that the time limit for completing this qualification has been removed. However, there will be an expiry limit of 3 years on any outdated version of a portfolio from the date a new version is introduced.
There is still a requirement for evidence to be current i. Evidence older than this will be discounted by the verifier. The training officer will be responsible for ensuring that the trainee receives appropriate training and assessment. The training officer will need to sign off each individual standard in the portfolio once the candidate has demonstrated that they have met the standard.
If the external verifier concludes that there are areas of the portfolio that need improvement they will discuss this with the candidate and the training officer. The Registration Team will contact the Health and Care Professions Council HCPC to confirm that the candidate has passed their Registration Training portfolio and are eligible to become registered as a biomedical scientist.
What is CPD? Home Education and Qualifications Registration Portfolio. Further information Becoming registered as a Biomedical Scientist The title ' Biomedical Scientist ' is legally protected. Who can train the candidate? Completing the registration portfolio Candidates must complete all sections of the portfolio.
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