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Written by RichardBuxton on Friday 5th October 2018
Apply NOW for funded training to improve your clinical and leadership skills
If you are a community pharmacist, take advantage of fully funded training offered through the Pharmacy Integration Fund, and give your career a boost.
Two key courses are:
Post graduate training for Community Pharmacists
Whether you’re an early career or more experienced pharmacist, employer or employee, working in an independent, multiple or as a locum, this training will help you learn and grow – or simply refresh your skills.
You can choose to take a single or a range of modules. The right combination will lead to a postgraduate education award, such as a Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy.
Courses start regularly and allow you to study online, with minimal or no face to face time. They are delivered and accredited through universities across the country, including: The University of Bath • The University of Exeter • De Montfort University • Keele University • The University of Manchester.
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Mary Seacole Leadership Programme for community pharmacy
This programme will enable you to lead an effective team and really get the best from the people you work with.
You will learn how to be the best pharmacist you can be – placing patients at the centre of everything you do, driving quality services and exploring new opportunities. The programme is delivered by CPPE working with the NHS Leadership Academy.
Courses start regularly until March 2019 across: Coventry • Dorset • Leeds • Liverpool • London • Newcastle • Nottingham • Preston • Reading
For more information about all the courses available from the Pharmacy Integration Fund, visit Health Education England’s website