Welcome to the CPPE Leading for change programme. This fully funded programme is open to mid-to-senior grade pharmacy professionals who work in primary or secondary care, Health and Justice or the armed forces who have completed their foundation level practice and are working at, or towards, advanced level practice.
The programme takes a blended learning approach delivered over six months, and consists of four online modules supported by face-to-face workshops and workplace-based learning experiences.
The aim of the programme is to bridge the gap between foundation and advanced leadership practice in order to develop leaders across the pharmacy profession. It will also equip participants with the knowledge and skills to take on challenges effectively and lead in medicines optimisation to deliver better patient outcomes.
On completion of the programme participants should be able to:
Any pharmacy professionals who work in primary or secondary care, Health and Justice or the armed forces who have completed their foundation level practice and are working at, or towards, advanced level practice. The only exception is those currently undertaking of one of the NHS education pathways (CPGPE, MOCH or PCPEP) as leadership is included in these pathways.
We expect participants to have a foundation in leadership, either through completion of a previous leadership programme or through a number of years' experience as a leader.
Suggested prior learning includes the NHS Leadership Academy’s Edward Jenner programme, CPPE programmes such as Leadership for pharmacy professionals and Life skills - developing your potential e-course, or equivalent in-house training.
Participants must meet the following criteria:
Online access: 3 February 2020
Official start date: 24 February 2020
Workshop 1: 3 March 2020
Workshop 2: 7 July 2020
Course ends: 31 August 2020
Assignment due: 28 September 2020
Workshop venue: Midlands Arts Centre, Cannon Hill Park, Queens Ride, Birmingham, B12 9QH
Closing date for applications: 14 February 2020
Online access: 4 May 2020
Official start date: 25 May 2020
Workshop 1: 2 June 2020
Workshop 2: 13 October 2020
Course ends: 4 December 2020
Assignment due: 18 January 2021
Workshop venue: The Bristol Golf Club, St Swithins Park, Blackhorse Hill, Almondsbury, BS10 7TP
Closing date for applications: 4 May 2020
Online access: 18 May 2020
Official start date: 1 June 2020
Workshop 1: 10 June 2020
Workshop 2: 1 October 2020
Course ends: 11 December 2020
Assignment due: 25 January 2021
Workshop Venue: The Met Hotel, King Street, Leeds, LS1 2HQ
Closing date for applications: 18 May 2020
Online access: 24 August 2020
Official start date: 14 September 2020
Workshop 1: 23 September 2020
Workshop 2: 20 January 2021
Course ends: 26 March 2021
Assignment due: 10 May 2020
Workshop venue: Montague on the Gardens, 15 Montague Street, Bloomsbury, WC1B 5BJ
Closing date for applications: 24 August 2020
Online access: 1 September 2020
Official start date: 21 September 2020
Workshop 1: 29 September 2020
Workshop 2: 2 February 2021
Course ends: 2 April 2021
Assignment due: 17 May 2020
Workshop venue: Apollo Hotel, Aldermaston Roundabout, Basingstoke, RG24 9NU
Closing date for applications: 31 August 2020
You will be provided with an opportunity to attend a regional workshop on presentation skills; this is an optional part of the programme and therefore places are limited. You will be provided with more information when you enrol on the programme.
You will be provided with an opportunity to attend an insight day at a national organisation, for example NHS England and NHS Improvement. This is an optional part of the programme and therefore places are limited. More information on the insight days, including dates, venues and how to book a place, will be provided when you enrol on the programme.
A key part of the programme will be to build networks in pharmacy and the wider NHS. This will be facilitated by the workshops and insight days during the programme.
Those who are geographically close to each other may also choose to set up local learning sets to allow further networking and sharing of best practice in a region.
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians participating in the programme will be required to find a mentor. This will be a senior leader who can act as a sounding board and provide support and guidance to further develop their career and networks.
More information about the programme can be found in the programme handbook
Applications can be made here: www.cppe.ac.uk/programmes/pathway-booking-form?t=lmhpp-w-01