Revalidation is a process which helps to show that the trust members of the public have in pharmacy professionals is well placed.
It helps pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to:
- keep their professional skills and knowledge up to date
- reflect on how to improve
- show how they provide the safe and effective care patients and the public expect, as set out in the standards for pharmacy professionals
The revalidation framework sets out our expectations of what pharmacy professionals must do each year to meet the revalidation requirement. Read the revalidation framework in Welsh
Every time a pharmacy professional renews their registration with the GPhC, they will need to submit records to show how they have carried out and recorded revalidation activities.
We have changed our revalidation requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic; find out more in our COVID-19 Q&A.