The aim of the MMAP is to support the delivery of a medicines management service within Trusts by facilitating the development of key skills. The programme consists of three modules:
The programme has been designed to be flexible and therefore a pharmacy technician may complete one or more modules at any one time if this is considered to meet the needs of the service.
The MMAP is a 3-12 month programme that begins with a half-day induction programme at the work-base. The programme also consists of pre-course activities, in-practice activities, holistic observations and the development of a portfolio to evidence developing competence. Candidates must also attend a one-day skills workshop delivered at NICPLD. Following successful completion of all components of the programme, candidates must undertake a final appraisal in order to become accredited.
To be accepted onto the programme, individuals must meet the following criteria:
Last updated: 6th August 2018