Working with clinical experts and key stakeholders, our live events provide a variety of clinical topics, interpersonal skills and service delivery support
Whether you are a newly registered pharmacy professional, a trainee at the start of your career, or looking to change career direction, our range of programmes offer a framework of support and guidance to help you develop.
Self Directed Learning
A library of resources to aid with your identified leaning needs, which you can access at a time convenient to you.
Providing Pharmacy Services
Our resources and assessments will support your pharmacy team to achieve the required knowledge and skills to deliver a high quality pharmacy service and champion the public health agenda.
Please find below information on the upcoming webinar on 10/04/19 If you cannot see it, please use the following link: 19X16 NICE Update The Management of UTIs in Primary Care
NESA update: Please note Shared Services must have received submission of the completion of your Generic Skills and Competencies assessment by 31st March 2019 in order to continue providing pharmacy enhanced services in Wales. You will find more information about NESA and how to access the assessment via https://www.wcppe.org.uk/nesa-demo-page-v2/ If you no longer work in
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The Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and related conditions in children and adolescents webinar recording is available here the Drug Monitoring in Primary Care webinar recording is available here and the Pain Management Update – Lower back Pain webinar recording is available here.
Please find below the NESA February 2019 Newsletter. If you cannot see it, please use the following link: NESA Newsletter February 2019
Type 2 Diabetes & Management of Complications focal point events are now running throughout March. Please see below for further information and to secure your place. If you cannot see it, please use the following link: Complications of Diabetes
HEIW Pharmacy and APTUK have been working collaboratively on a national project to develop an Advanced Practice Framework for Pharmacy Technicians. The framework will provide clarity on the skills and competencies required for existing and emerging advanced practice roles. Today a consultation was launched to enable Pharmacy Technicians to feedback on the draft framework. To
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NESA Newsletter 2018 If you cannot see it, please use the following link: NESA Newsletter December 2018 V1
Please ensure that if you need to post anything to HEIW / WCPPE, please ensure you use the following address: Ty Dysgu Cefn Coed Road Nantgarw CF15 7QQ DO NOT send any mail to 8-10 North Rd, Cardiff, as we cannot guarantee that we will receive it.
Click below to see our guide on how to register for Nesa, and how to access Nesa once you are registered. How to access NESA
Please find below Royal Pharmaceutical Society Science & Research Summit 2019 programme. If you cannot see it, please use the following link: Science & Research Summit 2019 programme
WCPPE is an operational unit of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Cardiff University and has three main areas of activity: The main programme – live events, a range of distance learning packs and e-Learning resources. This is funded by the Welsh Government, under the guidance of the Training and Education Sub Committee (TESC) of the Welsh Pharmaceutical Committee (WPhC). The pre-registration programme – delivering the residential training element for trainees across secondary care sites in Wales and support for tutor development. This is funded under contract from the Workforce Education and Developments Services (WEDS). Work based competency training – as a City and Guilds Approved Centre, delivering Pharmacy Service Skills programmes (via modern apprenticeships) and Training Assessment Quality Assurance qualifications. The WCPPE portfolio is open to all registered pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and support staff living or providing NHS pharmacy services in Wales. It is also open to pre-registration trainee pharmacists working in Wales. The WCPPE main programme is developed to meet the objectives in its three year rolling plan and the accompanying action plan. WCPPE and the General Pharmaceutical Council WCPPE shares data with the General Pharmaceutical Council via an Information Sharing Agreement. The GPhC shares information with other organisations, such as CPPE, in pursuance of its statutory aims, objectives, powers and responsibilities under the Pharmacy Order 2010, the rules made under the Order and other legislation.