Controlled Drugs Part 1

Part 1


Course Details:



£75 +VAT - non-members

Course Location:


What attendees will learn

By the end of this course you will have achieved an understanding of: Controlled Drugs legislation & classification, policies & SOP’s, how to complete the CD Register, dealing with the receipt, supply & destruction. How to identify discrepancies, reporting or whistleblowing. CD storage and travelling with CD’s plus prescription writing requirements. 


Who should attend: 

 GP practices should have systems in place to ensure the safe management of controlled drugs. This course will help practices identify and demonstrate that they have systems in place to minimise risk when managing CDs. Staff should be trained to ensure they have the relevant knowledge and skills to undertake the CD related tasks required of them. 

GP’s, Practice & Dispensary Managers, Dispensary staff-particularly those new to dealing with CD’s or anyone wanting to refresh their knowledge on policies & procedures.


Each session is limited to 12 delegates

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Booking Terms & Conditions

All cancellations must be received in writing or by email. Cancellations of the booking prior to 14 working days of the course date are 100% refundable. Cancellation of bookings less than 14 working days and any non-attendance on the day, without prior notification of the course date are chargeable.

Attendee substitutions, if Dispex is notified, may be made at any time with no additional charge. Details provided at booking must be correct, Dispex takes no responsibility for incorrect information submitted. It is the surgeries responsibility to ensure your PC system allows access to Zoom for your staff before a Dispex tutorial takes place. Dispex Ltd reserves the right at any time to change the date of the course or to cancel it completely, if they deem it necessary for any reason or cause beyond the control of the training provider. If Dispex cancel the course, then an alternative date/course will be offered once. This transfer must be undertaken on the first occasion offered or any payment already received is non-refundable.