On the one hand, the GOC has increased its fees in order to haul more and more of us in front of a fitness to practise committee, and in theory, therefore, protect the public.
What does FTPC stand for?
FTPC stands for Fitness to Practise Committee
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We have 7 other meanings of FTPC in our Acronym Attic
- Futures Trading Practices Act of 1992
- Flying Training Programming & Accounting System
- Foucher Travaux Publics et Bâtiments (French public works company)
- French Technology Press Bureau (London press bureau of UBIFRANCE)
- Failed to Put Brain In (serial killer Dr. Harold F Shipman code)
- Faculty Tenure and Promotion Committee (various institutions)
- Fensch TP Construction (French construction company)
- Filinvest Technology Park Calamba (Philippines)
- Final Test of Professional Competence (UK)
- First Thai Presbyterian Church (Covina, CA)
- Foster Tukwila Presbyterian Church (Tukwila, WA)
- Foundations of Total Patient Care (dentistry; University of Sydney; Australia)
- First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry
- Fairy Tale Police Department (TV show)
- File Transfer Protocol Daemon
- Florence Township Police Department (New Jersey)
- Foster Township Police Department (Bradford, PA)
- Foundation Training Programme Director (National Health Service; UK)
- Fulfilling the Promise Database (employment resource; Canada)
- Fault-Tolerant Parallel and Distributed Systems
Samples in periodicals archive:
The General Optical Council's Fitness to Practise committee found that Elizabeth Dawson's fitness to practise was not impaired by her conduct whilst working as a pre-registration optometrist at Specsavers in Brighouse between August 2007 and April 2009.
A new report has shown the council referred 54 cases to their Fitness to Practise Committee for a probe last year.
The Fitness to Practise Committee chairman John Monaghan said "a series of catastrophic errors" had been made.
AN OPTOMETRIST who allegedly failed to refer a patient to an eye casualty unit when necessary was found not guilty of misconduct, a GOC fitness to practise committee determined.
The Malaysian doctor was found guilty of professional misconduct by a Fitness To Practise Committee Of The Irish Medical Council.
In particular, a proposal in which the council has provisionally agreed to introduce a rule enabling the fitness to practise committee to order "any party to the substantive hearing or review nearing" to pay all, or part, of the other's costs was discussed.
The council had appealed a decision by the High Court in 2006 which allowed its fitness to practise committee to inquire into his treatment of nine former patients.