Our Return to the register – building a portfolio event is designed for pharmacy professionals seeking a return to the register after an absence of more than 12 months. The course is for pharmacy professionals who plan to provide NHS services in England within approximately six months of completing the course.
This event may also be available to pharmacy professionals who work or plan to work in the private sector – please contact us to discuss the suitability of this course for you.
Here's what one participant had to say about this event:
“Thank you - this course came just at the right time for me and gave me the confidence I needed to carry on with my application to re-register. Before the course I had been really daunted by the portfolio process and had a hard time trying to figure it all out. I came along and gained a lot from it and am subsequently back on the pharmacy technicians' register.” Return to the register participant
Compiling a portfolio might seem daunting, so we have designed this event to help you.
We run two face-to-face all day workshops and two e-courses (six-week online course) each year. You are required to book on to a single face-to-face event or commit to the six-week e-course.
Tuesday 14 May 2019
Venue: Woburn House, Kings Cross, London WC1H 9HW
Tuesday 5 November 2019
Venue: Manchester Meeting Place, Sackville Street Campus, The University of Manchester, Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3AL
Email: email@example.com to book a workshop place.
Monday 3 June - Friday 12 July 2019
To complete the course you are also expected to attend two online webinars - the proposed dates for these are:
Wednesday 19 June at 7.30pm
Wednesday 3 July at 7.30pm
The materials for these events have been endorsed by the General Pharmaceutical Council.
Since October 2012, pharmacy professionals who have been absent from the GPhC register for more than 12 months have been required to submit a portfolio of evidence to demonstrate current professional competence when applying to re-join the register.
The portfolio must include a self-assessment of competence against the GPhC standards, a personal statement, a self-evaluation of how any training, CPD or work experience has prepared the applicant for practice and a personal development plan.