The course involves attending the college for 2 days of classroom delivery where you will gain knowledge on Pharmacy Law and Ethics, Risk Management, and Clinical Governance.
To enter this course you need to be a Registered Pharmacy Technician and have worked in your current employment for at least 6 months. You will need a trained Educational Supervisior to support the completion of you portfolio within the workplace.
Delivery and Assessment
Assessment involves the production of a checking portfolio, a time constrained checking test and an interview with your Educational Supervisor
After completing this course you will be able to work as an Accredited Checking Technician performing the accuracy check in a Pharmacy setting.