- Practising clinical physiotherapy in a health care setting
- Physiotherapy service managers/advisors
- Advisory physiotherapists
- Physiotherapy teachers/educators
- Physiotherapists working on a voluntary basis
- Locum and part-time physiotherapists (even if only working for a short period)
- Physiotherapy accreditation surveyors and auditors
- Physiotherapists performing assessment and treatment, and/or advising on management of (e.g.) sports teams, clients in rest homes, children in schools, community groups for people with disabilities (whether voluntary or not)
- Presenter or educator at a course
- Physiotherapists working as sales representatives selling physiotherapy products, i.e. when the job description/person specification requires a physiotherapist.
You require an APC if you are working one day or the whole year.
Furthermore, when you use your physiotherapy knowledge and are presenting physiotherapy information and giving advice in the capacity of a physiotherapist, you must hold a current APC.