Pre-registration survey 2015

This year we are asking pre-registration tutors and recently registered pharmacy technicians to tell us about their training experiences via our online surveys.  

The survey results will help us to build a better picture of pre-registration training for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians and inform debates around improving pre-registration training. 

Pre-registration tutors

If you are a pre-registration tutor who tutored a trainee during the 2014-15 training year, please check your email for your invitation to complete our survey and tell us about your time as a tutor.

The survey will allow us to better understand how well you feel supported in your role, identify any barriers which might impact on the quality of training you’re able to offer; and identify where you may need further support. 

Pharmacy technicians 

If you are a pharmacy technician who registered for the first time between November 2014 and October 2015, please check your email for your invitation to complete our online survey.  The survey will ask you to reflect on your overall experience, induction, and the support you experienced. We would also like your views on how the training could be improved.

This is the first time we are asking pharmacy technicians about their training experiences. We hope we can count on your support. 

Your responses to the survey

Information by Design are collecting all responses to the surveys on our behalf. All information will be managed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and no one will be identifiable from the results. We will only receive data that has been anonymised and this data will be presented in the final report. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to tell us about your pre-registration training experience – your feedback can make a difference for future pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.

If you have not received an invitation to complete our surveys please contact the GPhC’s Education team:

Last year’s survey results can be found here Pre-registration Surveys 2014.