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GPhC switches to digital registration for PTs

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has opened online applications for pharmacy technician registration through the myGPhC system, replacing the previous paper form. The GPhC hopes that the online application will be easier and clearer, making the processing of applications quicker.

The information that pharmacy technician trainees will need to provide for applications will not change, but those applying will need to make an online account and, if successful, the account will also be used to complete revalidation and renew registration in the future. 

The GPhC has provided criteria to register as a pharmacy technician which sets out the education, training and experience requirements that must be met to register as a pharmacy technician with them.

The Association for Pharmacy Technicians UK (APTUK) has also provided some information that lays out what this now means for students and supervisors, which can be viewed here.

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