Buttercups has been matrix accredited for a number of years now, but a recent re-accreditation has provided a great opportunity to consider how important our advice and support services are.
We were blown away by the calibre of the nominations we received for our Excellence Awards 2018. Our judges were privileged to read so many accounts of people going above and beyond to make enormous contributions to their colleagues, patients and communities.
This year, Buttercups is celebrating its 30th birthday. Over the years, the passion, commitment, dedication and care shown by our learners and their colleagues is something that has continued to inspire us and is the basis of everything we build.
Dyslexia affects 10% of the UK population, and is commonly referred to as a ‘specific learning difficulty’ (SpLd). It is recognised as a learning difficulty under the 2010 Equality Act.
In response to the PDA's 'The Role of Pharmacy Technicians' and recent comment on Twitter, we would like to provide our thoughts on the issues surrounding cheating, collusion and plagiarism within education.
The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning takes place on Friday 28th September, which is a good opportunity to reflect on a disease that affects a vast number of us. The aim of the Coffee Morning is to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, which strives to ensure that anyone diagnosed with cancer does not have to face it alone.
As part of delivering apprenticeship funded programmes, training providers are subject to Ofsted.
In recognition of everyone who has been part of the Buttercups journey, Buttercups Training will be hosting the 2018 Excellence Awards Ceremony alongside our 30th anniversary celebration.
Health Information Week is a multi-sector campaign to promote the good quality health resources that are available to the public.
For Health Champions who have trained with Buttercups, the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is offering a very special discounted rate to become an Associate Member.