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Old September 30th, 2017, 03:20 PM
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Hii Sir, I Wants to get the Pre Registration Manual of the General Pharmaceutical Council will you Please provide It ?
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Old September 30th, 2017, 04:16 PM
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The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) is the independent regulator for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises in Great Britain.

As you Asking for the Pre Registration Manual of the General Pharmaceutical Council Here I am giving you Some of the Abstarct of the Pre Registration Manual of the General Pharmaceutical Council

The aim of pre-registration training
To become a pharmacist, you must be able to demonstrate that you have the knowledge (by passing the registration assessment) and experience (developed during the pre-registration year) needed to practise as a pharmacist.

Key features
The key features of pre-registration training are:
it takes at least 52 weeks (if done full time)
you will train under the supervision of a pre-registration tutor
you must be formally assessed ‘signed off’ at least four times by your tutor
you must pass the registration assessment (you can have only three attempts at this)
there are limits on the time allowed to finish pre-registration training

Time Limit :
eight years of t
he date you began your MPharm degree, or
four years of the date you began your OSPAP postgraduate diploma

Special Circumstances For Extending The Time Limits

We may extend the limits if your training has been interrupted, or if you have had to complete it part time, for example, because of:
documented extended periods of illness, maternity or paternity leave, or pregnancy
a specific learning need
serving in the Territorial Army
If you think your circumstances may mean you can have the time limits extended please contact us.
We will not extend the time limits to accommodate, for example:
part-time training because of circumstances that are not listed above
breaks in training for gap years
breaks in training for other non-essential lifestyle reasons
extra periods of study because of failing an MPharm degree or OSPAP (or parts of either)
extra periods of study resulting from negative tutor assessments during pre-registration training.

The Pre Registration Manual of the General Pharmaceutical Council you may get from the below Attachement

Pre Registration Manual of the General Pharmaceutical Council






Contact Detials :
General Pharmaceutical Council
25 Canada Square
London
E14 5LQ
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