BTEC Specialist and Professional qualifications Principles and Practice for Pharmacy Support Staff (L2)

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Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate
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The level 2 qualifications for Pharmacy Support staff are recognised by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) until 2026 and are for learners who are employed as a Pharmacy Service Assistant or as an Apprentice in the pharmacy sector.

Qualification Summary

Title: Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in the Principles and Practice for Pharmacy Support Staff (Apprenticeship)
Qualification number: 603/6167/0
Guided learning hours: 220
First teaching: September 2020
First external assessment: n/a
Performance tables: n/a
Total qualification time: 350
Eligible for funding (England): n/a
Last registration: England- 31 Aug 2023; Northern Ireland - 31 Aug 2023; Wales - n/a;

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BTEC Level 2 Certificate
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The level 2 qualifications for Pharmacy Support staff are recognised by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) until 2026 and are for learners who are employed as a Pharmacy Service Assistant or as an Apprentice in the pharmacy sector.

Qualification Summary

Title: Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate in the Principles and Practice for Pharmacy Support Staff
Qualification number: 603/6166/9
Guided learning hours: 150
First teaching: September 2020
First external assessment: n/a
Performance tables: n/a
Total qualification time: 250
Eligible for funding (England): 16-19; 19+ local flexibility;
Last registration: England- 31 Aug 2023; Northern Ireland - 31 Aug 2023; Wales - 31 Aug 2023;

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This specification lists legislation, regulations and organisations that are not applicable to learners in Norther Ireland. Where there are references to these that are not applicable to the jurisdiction then the relevant regulations and organisations should be applied.

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