The apprenticeship is intended for practising Clinical Pharmacology Scientists working in one of the following settings: the NHS, academia, regulatory authorities, Clinical Research Facilities, Clinical Research Organisations and the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries
It is ideal for physicians, pharmacists, and scientists whose focus is developing and understanding new drug therapies and looking for formal training in pharmacology and the design and execution of practical approaches to the mechanisms by which drugs act in the body
The total fee for the Apprenticeship programme is £23,000. The UK Government provide funding of £18,000 therefore reducing the fee to £5,000.
For Apprentices employed by the NHS/ KHP/ KCL this £5,000 fee is waived, therefore the fee for NHS/ KHP/ KCL employees is nil.
For further detail about funding please complete the enquiry form by clicking the 'Enquire Now' button.
The apprenticeship is open to those employed in a clinical pharmacology role in England.
Successful candidates should have a minimum 2:2 undergraduate degree with a final mark of at least 50% or above in a biomedical science, pharmacy or medicine. Candidates are not required to have had formal training in Clinical Pharmacology at postgraduate level.
Candidates will be required to take 2-3 weeks of study leave per year.
Before submitting an application please complete the equiry form by clicking the 'Enquire now' button below. Upon completion of the equiry form you will be contacted directly to arrange an eligibility interview.