We have published the findings from our pre-registration pharmacist tutor survey and pre-registration pharmacy technician training survey for the 2014-2015 training year alongside an analysis of pre-registration trainee pharmacist dissatisfaction for the 2013/14 training year.
There is an ongoing debate around the quality of pharmacist pre-registration training and we have been keen to build a better picture around the overall experience of trainee pharmacists and pharmacy technicians and regarding the quality of their pre-registration training.
Key findings from the reports include
- 89% of trainee pharmacy technicians thought the overall quality of training was very good/good
- 78% of trainee pharmacists thought the overall quality of training was very good/good
- Nearly three quarters of tutors said they had access to sufficient support during the training year
- The analysis of pre-registration trainee pharmacist dissatisfaction confirmed there were significant differences between satisfied and dissatisfied trainees based on age, ethnic group, training sector and region.
These surveys are part of a three-year project which will inform how the GPhC develops its approach to the future education and training of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.
For an at a glance view of the findings, please see our infographics.
GPhC 2013/14 analysis of pre-registration trainee pharmacist dissatisfaction – Summary of findings
We would like to thank everyone who took the time to complete the surveys. Your responses will play an important role in shaping the future of pre-registration education and training.
We would also like to thank our stakeholders who helped to develop and promote the survey.
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Here is a snapshot of the findings: