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Logging in to MyGOC

You can use MyGOC to:

  • update your personal contact details with us quickly and easily
  • complete your annual retention online
  • log CET points and find CET events in your local area

Access MyGOC now.

We recommend using MyGOC with a desktop computer as it is not yet optimised for mobile devices.

Logging in to MyGOC

Your username is set to your GOC number.

Your default password is your date of birth in format of two digits for day, month and year with forward slashes (DD/MM/YY).

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Changing your password

Once you have logged in you will be able the change your password. This link can be found in your quick links on the left hand side of the page.

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If you have forgotten your password

Click on “reset password” on the login page and this will automatically send a new password to the email address you have registered with us. Please note that during busy periods this can take up to three hours to arrive.

Changing your email address or other details

To change your email address, log in to MyGOC, click on “View or update your details” and then click on “Personal details” at the top of the page. Amend your email address here and then click save. Before your email can be updated, we will send you a link to your new email address. You will need to validate your email address by following this link. If you do not receive the email check your junk mail. If it is not in your inbox or junk email then call us and we can manually validate the link for you.

In this area you are also able to update other personal details such as your home and practice addresses.

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Further help with MyGOC

We hope that this email contains all the information you need to access MyGOC and update your details. If you still need help using MyGOC, you can speak to a member of the Registration team by calling us on 020 7580 3898 (option 1), emailing [email protected] or sending us a Tweet at @GOC_UK.