Association of Pharmacy
Technicians UK (APTUK)
The Professional Leadership Body for Pharmacy Technicians


  1. Contracted and expanded

    The new CPCF contains no extra funding, but a definite shake-up of services. What do these changes mean for pharmacy staff?
  2. Planning for health

    How does the NHS Long Term Plan fit with calls for greater investment in self care – and what role can community pharmacy play?
  3. Helping others learn: part two

    This module will consider two types of teaching session in the workplace: those planned and those on an ad hoc basis.
  4. Helping others learn: part one

    This CPPE module is about helping others learn and will highlight the importance of work-based learning.
  5. The long and short of it

    A detailed look at the much anticipated NHS Long Term Plan and what it means for pharmacy.
  6. NICE backs pharmacy

    NICE says community pharmacy needs embedding in NHS pathways – something the sector has been saying for years...
  7. Body language

    This bite-sized learning module considers the impact of body language on customer consultations and ideal techniques.
  8. Professionalism and professional judgement part two

    This is the second and final CPPE module in our series on professionalism and professional judgement.
  9. Revalidation

    This CPD module provides an overview of the revalidation process for pharmacy professionals to meet GPhC requirements. 
  10. Professionalism and professional judgement part one

    This is the first CPPE module in our series on professionalism and professional judgement.
  11. UKCPA: Pharmacists in care homes

    Clinical development roles in care homes indicate an exciting time for the profession, writes Sarah Crotty of Herts Valleys CCG
  12. Helping others succeed

    Myra Battle is making the most of her success in community pharmacy and using her experience to help others achieve.
  13. The five-year Which?

    As yet another Which? report highlights failings in the care and advice available from community pharmacy teams, what is pharmacy doing to learn from its mistakes?
  14. Meeting the standards

    The GPhC recently unveiled new standards for pharmacy technician training, representing a giant leap for the profession. 
  15. The possibilities are endless

    Oliver Jones proves that the skills of a pharmacy technician don’t have to be confined to the four walls of a pharmacy. 
  16. Communicating with children

    This bite-sized learning module considers the skills required to effectively communicate with children.
  17. Pacemakers

    This pharmacy scenario focuses on pacemakers and the improvements they can make to a customers quality of life.
  18. Seasonal ailments and overindulgence

    This team training module focuses on seasonal ailments and overindulgence, including preventing and treating ailments. 
  19. Outstanding community outreach

    Crossmaglen Pharmacy in County Armagh is making a name for itself in the local area with a whole host of external events.
  20. Stepping up to the plate

    Shahean Khatun’s pharmacy career has been varied and full of challenges but she’s certainly found her niche in her latest role.
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