How to register for Online Assessment

Click on "Register" and complete all sections of the Registration Form.

Select what you are registering for. Do you want the Online Assessment, the Learning Materials or both?

  • Online Assessment: £75
  • Digital Learning Materials: £45
  • Printed Learning Materials: £55
  • Online Assessment and Digital Learning Materials (bundle): £110
  • Online Assessment and Printed Learning Materials (bundle): £120

After successfully completing the registration process, you will have received an email with your password. If your email is not in the inbox please check your junk/spam folder.

Use your email address and password to log in from the home page.


Make sure you enter your name exactly as it appears on the GPhC/PSNI register.

Make sure you use the same address that you have used for GPhC/PSNI registration.

You must enter your qualifications in the final box and click "Add".

You can use your pre-registration GPhC/PSNI number, but please note that this is the number that will appear on your final certificate unless you provide us with an updated number in good time before a certificate is printed. Certificates are prepared each Monday.

If your course has been paid for already, then you will be given an individual PIN and company ID number with instructions on how to fill out the registration form.

Registration time limits

You do not have to complete all three case studies at one time. You can log off the site having completed a case study and log back on later using your email address and password. This means you can complete case studies when you choose to do so.

You have 12 months from registration in order to commence and complete your attempt at the Online Assessment.

Once you have attempted your first case study you have six months to complete the Online Assessment – unless the 12 month expiry date comes first.

If you do not complete the Online Assessment within the time limit your profile will become inactive and this attempt at the Online Assessment will be counted as a fail. You will then be required to pay for a second attempt.

You are permitted a maximum of three attempts at the Online Assessment (each of which needs to be paid for).