Our e-courses are online programmes that allow a deeper learning experience while remaining flexible by allowing you to participate at times that suit you. We offer a range of tutor-supported and self-directed e-courses. You can find out more about these below.
Join a tutor-supported course and learn alongside other pharmacy professionals. You will have the opportunity to take part in active discussion forums, problem-solving activities and interactions that enable you to share best practice. You will have the support of an online tutor and other pharmacy professionals with similar interests. You should actively engage with the tutor and other learners for the duration of the course.
You will be able to book on to a tutor-supported course for up to two weeks after the start date shown (up to three weeks for the Structured medication review e-course). You can see the planned dates for our upcoming tutor-supported e-courses in the table on the right-hand side of this page. These courses run for approximately 6-12 weeks.
Some of our e-courses are designed for self-directed learning, ie, there is no online tutor, and you can work through the course at a time and pace that suits you. The following self-directed e-courses are available:
For more information about each course and information on how to enrol, follow the links in the listings below or enter the e-course title into our search function.
All our e-courses take place on the Canvas learning platform. We currently host e-courses in three different places. Find out where to access your course.
Self-study programmes available as PDFs
Online courses held over a number of weeks, supported by a CPPE tutor
Self-study online interactive learning, podcasts or e-lectures
Programmes for community pharmacy teams
Self-study guides available as PDFs
Online workshops facilitated by a CPPE tutor
Programmes for hospital and primary care pharmacy teams
Local workshops facilitated by a CPPE tutor or some you can deliver yourself
We recognise that people have different learning needs. Some of our programmes contain core learning while others deliver more complex learning that is only required to support certain roles. We have three categories of learning (1,2,3) and have allocated each programme to an appropriate category.
Core learning. Builds on limited knowledge. Some background reading may be required.
Application of knowledge. Assumes prior learning.
Supporting specialisms. We may not be the provider and will signpost you to other learning providers.
Learning programmes from other providers which complement your learning.