CORU Registration

CORU Registration

CORU (Health & Social Care Professionals Council) is the body responsible for regulating health and social care professions established under the Health and Social Care Professionals Act, 2005. CORU’s role is to protect the public by promoting high standards of professional conduct, professional education, training and competence amongst Health and Social Care professions.

CORU is currently establishing Registration Boards for twelve professions including Social Care Workers. The Social Care Workers’ Registration Board was established in April 2015; however, as yet, Registration has not opened for Social Care Workers. Registration for Social Care Workers, once opened, will require that any individual wishing to use the title of “Social Care Worker” will be legally required to register with CORU.

Further information on the registration process can be found at

Click here for a Guide to Registration

Information Guide on CORU is available here.

Click here for information on Fitness to Practise.

Social Care Workers - Public Consultation on Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics

The Social Care Workers Registration Board is currently putting in place the foundations for regulation of the profession and wants to hear the view of both the public and the profession on the following Bye-Law.

To review the draft bye-law click here.

Closing Date: The consultation process will close at 5 pm on Tuesday 28 February 2017. Submissions received after this time and date will not be considered.

Social Care Ireland Consultation Feedback on CORU Bye-Laws for Social Care Work

Social Care Ireland Consultation Feedback on Social Care Workers Draft Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics Bye-Law