This is the first programme on the market which meets the new GPhC Initial Education and Training Standards for Pharmacy Technicians.
The Community Health and Wellbeing Worker (CHWW) Standard equips individuals with the skills and knowledge required to engage with individuals and communities, identify local health priorities and work in partnership to promote positive, lasting change.
The Level 4 Enhanced Practice Programme is an opportunity for pharmacy technicians to develop knowledge and skills for enhanced practice roles. This post-registration programme supports a range of roles for pharmacy technicians across all pharmacy sectors.
This is the only programme currently on the market which meets the new Pharmacy Technician (Integrated) apprenticeship standard.
Nationally recognised award which helps employers and organisations of all types and sizes support a healthy workforce.
This course is for those working in a pharmacy in a patient-facing role, both on the medicines counter and in the dispensary.
This course is for those requiring medicines counter assistant training and working on the medicines counter in a pharmacy.