We have a wide range of courses and workshops to meet all your pharmacy or wholesaler training needs, all of which are designed to be highly interactive and informative.
Please click on the links below to see more details about our open courses:
- RP Cogent GDP Training
- Intro to GDP
- RPi Training
- Export Training
- Audit Training
- API and Clinical Trails Training
- Care Quality Commision Workshop
Our training courses run twice a month in major locations within the UK, including Ireland. Please see our training calendar for dates, locations and course content.
If you are interested in a course nearer to your location then please fill out the form below to contact us, as we may be able to run a bespoke or in-house course for larger groups.
Why consider using us?
PCL RPs, have been both ‘Employed’ and ‘Contract’ RPs for several companies and have a wealth of experience. We provide a personal and bespoke service to fit your needs. We are competitive and will come to your location if required, in addition to our scheduled courses.
We provide training packages & guidance on the following:
- Familiarisation and understanding of Good Distribution Practice (GDP) and the Orange guide.
- How to conduct regular audits of your procedures and policies and produce an action plan for any deviations.
- RP roles and responsibilities, including what can and cannot be delegated.
- Share best practice, current thoughts and up and coming changes
- Warehouse standards and compliance with the latest GDP guidelines.
- Management of complaints, incidents and root cause analysis.
- How to deal with a drug alerts and dummy recalls.
Who should attend?
The one day course will benefit:
- Quality managers
- Personnel in regulatory compliance
- Distribution & Warehouse staff
- Supply chain management
- Customer service
- Pharmacy team members who want to wholesale medicines
I attended one of the first virtual GDP Responsible Person Cogent “Gold Standard” training sessions due to the Covid-19 social distancing requirements. regardless of the circumstances the training was well organised and delivered to the required standard. This is why I recommended my associates to utilise PCL. Thank you Ryan, Sally, Adel and Jackie.Goncalo Sousa – Quality Head UK at the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson05/05/2020
We contracted PCL provide us with help and guidance and training, relating to pharmaceutical transportation, we found Jackie and her team to be helpful, knowledgeable and pragmatic in their advice. The training sessions went well and were very useful in helping us understand the subject. We looked long and hard for an industry expert in this field and we certainly found one in PCL. Andrew FoxDX (Group) plc
“Brain is very thorough and very informative. Interactive too. A++++, Highly recommended”Anonymous – Course Rating 9/10
“Excellent from start to finish – 5 stars!” Cogent Online Training – February 2021
“As participants, we were all able to interact, engage and shared a worth of knowledge and opinion from various industries. This made the sessions very informative, valuable and interesting.”
“Excellent refresher, very informative. Thank you.”Addy Mohammed – Course Rating 10/10
It was an absolute pleasure to meet with you and we are delighted given the extent of your contribution. There were many positive comments concerning your overall contribution. And as you are aware the workshops were exceptionally interesting for the audience. But also many colleagues made direct comments concerning your presentation which was rated as a highly clear and concise.
“Excellent training, thorough explanations and enjoyable throughout.”David Lane – Course Rating 9/10
“Really enjoyed the course yesterday and felt I got a lot from attending. Knowledge will be transferable to my role, as it progresses in new areas. Material was to a high standard and Jackie was a good, knowledgeable presenter.” Export Online Training – May 2021
“I really enjoyed the 3 days training, it has made me think about my new role and how I’m going to apply this knowledge and take it forward.” – January 2021