Plan your next steps at any stage of your career
We are here to help you fulfil your potential and develop your career, whether you are just starting out, returning after a break, looking to specialise or wanting to gain professional recognition.
If you are a pre-registration trainee pharmacist you will now be well engaged in your role in practice. You will have had the opportunity to attend a focal point or public health event in your area and used the opportunity to engage with an easy route to CPD and building your local networks. If you are a newly registered pharmacist you will be working through your foundation years practice and looking to extend the learning that you have gained through your degree and pre-registration year. If you are a newly qualified pharmacy technician you will be registered with the GPhC and able to take advantage of all the learning opportunities we have to offer. We’ve developed different web pages to help you identify the most useful and important learning for these stages of your career as well as others.
If you are a more experienced pharmacy professional, you may want take stock of your career and reflect on what steps you want to take now. Why not explore areas of this pathway that are new to you and consider whether they offer a new role for you? Perhaps now is the time for you to start exploring practice as an accuracy checking pharmacy technician (ACPT) or pharmacist prescriber, or to learn more about careers in general practice.
Whatever stage of your career, perhaps now is the time to reflect on how you can support the learning and development of your wider team and drive forwards their learning to improve your service delivery and quality. Have you tried our Helping others learn programme?
We work closely with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) and the Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK (APTUK) to ensure that our learning resources support your development as a professional and a leader, and link to national priorities and guidelines.
We also provide resources for you if you want to move from one sector of the profession to another, return to the GPhC register after a break or work in the UK for the first time.