Pre-registration pharmacist training
Becoming a pharmacist starts with a passion to help people understand and use medicines and to live healthier lives. A driving passion is a useful resource when training to become a pharmacist which involves a minimum of five years training and passing multiple examinations and assessments before gaining registration and being authorised to practice.
The final year is called pre-registration pharmacist training and prepares pharmacy university graduates for practice in the real world. After successfully gaining a university degree in pharmacy via one of the 31 accredited courses you’ll need the right training and support in your pre-registration pharmacist training year to help you develop the skills, knowledge and experience to pass the challenging registration examination.
At Scientia Skills our experienced team have been through the process themselves, built up years of experience in practice and on top of that have over 73 years of combined experience writing and delivering pharmacy training. We’ve created a pre-registration training programme that covers everything you’ll need to know, includes one to one support and crucially doesn’t get in the way of your in the pharmacy practical training. Here is what you need to know about pre-registration pharmacist training.