At Buttercups, we are committed to making sure that all of our learners achieve their goals.
Given the impact of COVID, we want to ensure that pharmacy benefits from government funding as much as possible.
It’s Safer Internet Day (SID) on the 11th February. SID takes place each February to encourage the safe and positive use of digital technology, particularly among children and young people.
Having facilitated the trailblazer group and following the release of the new level 3 apprenticeship standard, Buttercups is ready to take enrolments for the Pharmacy Technician (Integrated) apprenticeship standard.
The festive season is a time of joy for many people, but it’s important to recognise that, over Christmas, welfare and safeguarding remains our top priority.
We are committed to offering the latest approaches to blended learning delivery, integrated to deliver a seamless course experience. We are pleased to announce the release of our latest website.
To meet these future requirements, Buttercups’ Pre-Registration Pharmacy Technician Programme has been redesigned and rewritten to blend work and study, allowing learners to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and behaviours (KSB) they must demonstrate to meet the new standards.
Despite financial setbacks and ongoing uncertainty across the sector, 2018 saw the community pharmacy network deliver over 1 million flu vaccinations within two months of the service going live.
Following approval of the level 2 standard, we are delighted to announce that we will begin delivering the pharmacy services assistant apprenticeship from the end of April 2019.