Welcome to CPD online
CPD online is the dedicated website for pharmacy professionals to maintain a record of their continuing professional development (CPD).
'Classic' flash version of CPDOnline has been decommissioned as of the 28th of September 2016.
As part of the GPhC's roadmap of improvements the 'Classic' flash version of CPDOnline has been decommissioned.
To view or record your CPD please log onto CPDOnline using the version below. Please note that all functionality is available in the enhanced version, and all your records will be available to you.
This version has been enhanced for mobile devices to allow registrants to record CPD not only on their PC's, but on mobile devices such as iPAD's and other tablets too.
For more information you can read the article in Regulate, here: https://www.pharmacyregulation.org/regulate/article/record-your-cpd-your-tablet-or-smartphone
To view the GPhC privacy statement please click HERE >>
CPDOnline User Guide
To view the CPDOnline User Guide please click HERE >>.
If the above link doesn't work for you please click on the following link. This will take you to the 'Recording CPD' page on www.pharmacyregulation.org where you should see a link to the CPDOnline user guide near the top of the page. Go to Pharmacy Regulation Recording CPD page >>
We are the regulator for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and registered pharmacy premises in England, Scotland and Wales. For more information about us and our CPD requirements please click here
GPhC CPD standards
GPhC CPD framework
Plan and Record: A guide to the GPhC's requirements for undertaking and recording CPD
The CPD technical helpdesk number is: 01225 731 329. Our hours are 9.30am till 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
The paper submission facility is being withdrawn from the regular methods for submission of CPD entries, with effect from January 2016.
If you are asked to submit your CPD entries in the 2015-16 Call and Review cycle, and you have exceptional circumstances which prevent you from submitting online, you may be eligible to submit by paper. If this is the case and you have been called to submit, please contact the GPhC after considering the other submission adjustments on their website available to you.