Training Resources


PresQUIPP Training and Resources

From November community pharmacy contractors in Hertfordshire will have free subscriber access to PrescQIPP training and resources. The access is funded through Hertfordshire and West Essex Integrated Care Board’s (HWE ICB) subscription.

PrescQIPP can provide key resources e.g. bulletins, briefings, skills courses, webinars, workshops and toolkits.  Pharmacy contractors wishing to use this service can register via the following link but please note that you will be required to register with an nhs email address and indicate that ICS Hertfordshire and West Essex is the organisation in which you are applying for on the basis of pharmacy access.

Register: PrescQIPP website.


PhIP offers for community pharmacists (Clinical Examination Skills)

Clinical Examination Skills for community pharmacists training provides a focused range of clinical examination skills that will help the pharmacist assess people more confidently to manage the types of clinical cases that present to the community pharmacy on a weekly basis.  With a focus on identifying red flags for referral and knowing when the person can be managed with over-the-counter medicines with self-care advice and safety netting information.

For more information and to register to access this free training please visit the CliniSkills website.


Virtual Outcomes

Hertfordshire and West Essex Integrated Care System has supported contractors within Hertfordshire to have access to the full range of training courses via Virtual Outcomes.

Take a look for yourself and widen your learning – there are some great courses that will support you and your pharmacy.

Please note CPH no longer pay for Virtual Outcomes due to low engagement. However, here is a weblink for pharmacies to sign up for Virtual Outcomes directly. You can use voucher code HLP2023 for a 10% discount.


Autism: The Oliver McGowan Mandatory Training Animation
This new animation has been co-designed and co-produced with autistic people and people with a learning disability. It is aimed at helping staff and employers across health and social care to understand Oliver’s Training and why it is so vitally important.