Academy launches free CPD learning plan

Introducing myLearning Plan

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Date: 18 January 2017

The Guild has announced the release of myLearning Plan, a free online tool to assist pharmacists to meet the Pharmacy Board of Australia’s Continuing Professional Development requirements.

The Guild has made a commitment to the upskilling and development of the community pharmacy workforce.

Over the past five years, the Guild has provided free CPD courses for both pharmacists and pharmacy assistants, with more than 70,000 assessments completed on the myCPD site in the past CPD year.

To ensure all pharmacists have access to a free CPD plan the Guild has developed myLearning Plan. This simple online tool will be available from next week on the myCPD site.

It will enable pharmacists to reflect on their role and the services they provide in pharmacies to identify relevant competencies from the National Competency Standards Framework for Pharmacists in Australia.

The myLearning Plan, together with the standard myCPD Activity report, will provide all the evidence needed to meet the Pharmacy Board Continuing Professional Development requirements.

Further iterations of the myLearning Plan, which will be available later in 2016, will populate with courses directly from the myCPD site matched to identified competencies.

Participating pharmacists will be sent a direct email next week informing them when the myLearning Plan goes live and can be used to complete a plan for the current CPD year.

In the meantime, there are a range of new courses available on the myCPD site to assist pharmacists in meeting the annual requirement for 40 CPD credits.

To access myCPD, visit myCPD.org.au.

Contact: Guild Pharmacy Academy
Phone: 03 9810 9930

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