Accredited training and providers

We're committed to raising the standards of education and training to support the professional development of our members and the wider healthcare team.

Our aim is to set the standards for training, development and education for pharmacists and their teams, enabling them to advance, specialise and develop against the changing needs of patients and the public.

We are dedicated to providing access to a roadmap of quality assured education, training and development opportunities mapped to the RPS career stages, to every member through our accreditation service. RPS accreditation enables you to identify high quality materials, training providers, and events to support your professional development, and ultimately patient care.  


Education for Health 15 March 2019
CloserStill Media Ltd 29 March 2019
Cogora 17 April 2019
Spirant Communication 18 June 2019
ACT Forum Optimising anticoagulant care: Are you in? Succinct Medical Communications 24 September 2019


Published materials

  Provider Valid until
Managing FGIDs - The Nutritional Approach 2 February 2019
Support the Use of Medication in Social Care Settings 3 April 2019


Training courses and programmes

  Provider Valid until
Medicines Information Computer Aided Learning (MiCAL) version 15  12 October 2018
Key Medication Training Module 8 December 2018
Pain Training, modules1+2 18 February 2019

Medication Training - Practical Workshop 

Assessing Staff Competence to Administer Medication 

3 April 2019
Care and Control of Medicines Foundation for Care Homes and Domiciliary and Reablement Medication Foundation Course 4 April 2019
Medicines Management Education Program and Competency Framework 5 April 2019
HepEd Liver e-training programme; Virology, Anatomy of the Liver and Drug Drug Interactions (DDI) modules AbbVie Ltd 26 May 2019
Safe Medication Management in Social Care Settings Lynskeys Care Services Consultancy 5 July 2019
Advanced Pharmacy Leadership Programme Welsh Centre for Pharmacy Professional Education (WCPPE) 17 July 2019
PROTECT:Module 2: Optimising over-the-counter (OTC) treatment of acid reflux – communicating with your patient 21 July 2019
Medicines Management Care Home Training   8 November 2019
Women's Health, Modules 1-5

2 December 2019

Medication Training: Train the Trainers  Programme Inpharma Ltd 15 January 2020
Pre Registration Study Day Programme Green Light 30 January 2020
I2I Programme (Insight to Implementation Programme); Training Clinical Pharmacists to Better Manage Diabetes in GP Practices Soar Beyond 1 May 2020
Nutrition training modules 10 May 2020
HC One Medicines Training Programme HC One 10 July 2020
The Management of Colic, training for Pharmacists and pharmacy assistants FleishmanHillard Fishburn on behalf of Crosscare Ltd 10 October 2020
Safe Administration of Medication, foundation training programme 29 October 2020
NEVA- online multi-media interactive training Valneva UK 30 October 2020
Medicines Management Technician Training Programme Handbook HCA Healthcare UK 7 March 2021
Alcura Alcura Pharmacy Training Programme 01 June 2021
ActivePharma Care Training Medication Management module 25 June 2021
Excellence in Heart Failure Medicines Optimisation 17 July 2021
PROTECT:Module 3: Optimising over-the-counter (OTC) treatment of acid reflux – How safe are PPIs? 25 July 2021


Dry Eyes

Bausch + Lomb 25 July 2021
Excellence in Asthma Therapy Optimisation 14 September 2021
Medication Administration for Support Staff Creative Support 08 October 2021

Training providers

RPS accredited training providers

  Accreditation awarded
Boots UK July 2014
Buttercups Training Ltd May 2015
Numark Ltd September 2015
October 2015
ProPharmace Ltd December 2015
Opus Pharmacy Services Ltd October 2016
Reckitt Benckiser UK December 2016
Emergency Care Gateway Ltd (ECG) June 2017
January 2018
Celesio UK May 2018


Foundation training providers

  Accreditation awarded
Rowlands Pharmacy October 2015
Boots UK November 2015
The United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA) April 2016
The British Pharmaceutical Nutrition Group (BPNG) April 2017


Pharmacy Foundation Schools

  Accreditation awarded
University College London - King's College London 2015
Liverpool John Moores University 2015
Cardiff University 2015
Northern Ireland Centre for Pharmacy Learning and Development (NICPLD) 2016
University of Manchester, School of Pharmacy 2016
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) 2017
University of Reading 2017


Faculty training providers

  Accreditation awarded
Pharmacy Management Ltd October 2015
The United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA) April 2016

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Our role: support and recognition of professional education

As the professional leadership body for pharmacy, the Londep has a defined role in professional education as laid out in the Objects of our Royal Charter. These include a role to support and develop high standards of education and training. The RPS believes that high quality initial and ongoing education, training and development should be available to all pharmacists across sectors at all stages of their careers in order to develop a workforce that is not only capable but confident as leaders in healthcare. 

Our function as a Royal College 

Alongside this, the RPS believes our function as a Royal College is to lead and set standards for the skills, knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of pharmacists whatever their stage in practice. Provision of a professional accreditation programme is part of this function and is consistent with similar accreditation programmes provided by other Royal Colleges. The programme has been developed in response to demand from providers external to pharmacy, as well as from within. 

Our accreditation provision 

Our accreditation programme involves awarding a quality mark, our logo, to training and education materials, resources and events that meet defined standards thus enabling our profession to identify high quality materials and events to support their professional development and ultimately patient care. RPS accreditation is based on rigorous processes including independent expert reviewers for all accreditation applications, many reviewers are RPS Faculty members. Governance and oversight of the accreditation programme is provided by an independent Professional Accreditation Panel. Only providers who meet the RPS principles will be awarded RPS accreditation. For training providers that do not meet our standards, we provide helpful and constructive feedback to enable them to further develop and improve their materials. The vision for the accreditation programme is to develop a library of accredited training and education resources and events to support the development of our profession. This provides a mechanism to signpost to education, learning and development opportunities related to medicines, pharmacy or professional development, as well as a suite of learning and development mapped to RPS Foundation and Faculty stages of practice.

Accreditation with the RPS recognises providers of high quality education and training resources, and training providers that lead in education development and delivery, and in turn demonstrates our commitment to supporting the future development of the profession and the wider healthcare team, in line with our vision, the vision for health care delivery, science and business.

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