5th May 2021

Advanced And Extended Practice

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Advanced and Extended Practice


As the NHS adapts to the ever-changing needs of the population, pharmacy is increasingly being asked to deliver advanced and extended practice services for patients.

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) provides additional support to organisations and individuals to fund the training and development of staff who are aspiring advanced practitioners or require extended skills.

Advanced and Extended Practice funding provides course fees only for all pharmacy advanced and extended practice developments e.g. MSc modules, full MSc programmes, PTQA, CIPS, Pharmacy Clinical Services Professional BTEC Level 4.


How you access this funding is dependent on the sector that you work in.


[accordion-item title="NHS Employed Staff" state=closed]NHS employed staff
This includes NHS hospital teams, primary care teams employed by the health boards and trusts and health board and trusts managed practices. If you work in any of these sectors, then you will need to apply for these courses through your health board education and training lead, following the individual processes in place within your health board.[/accordion-item]


[accordion-item title="NHS Contractor Employed Staff" state=closed]NHS contractor employed staff
This includes community pharmacy and GP contractors that are not health board managed practices. It also includes self-employed professional locums working in Wales. If you work in any of these sectors, please click here to find out more about the courses available and access an application form.

Advanced and extended practice training and funding opportunities - Overview | Rise 360 (articulate.com)

Please click here to find out more about the courses available and access an application form in Welsh.

Hyfforddiant uwch-ymarfer ac ymarfer estynedig a chyfleoedd cyllido yng Nghymru - Overview | Rise 360 (articulate.com)