Skills and knowledge in serving and interacting with customers, basic product knowledge: vitamins and minerals, eye and ear care and hair, beauty and cosmetic products, Merchandising and performing stock control procedures.
Then you can build your career and undertake further training to increase your skills and knowledge. Check out the range of career options below.
The Certificate II in Community Pharmacy consists of 18 units - 10 core units and 8 elective units.
Cert II Entry Requirements
There are no formal entry requirements, however applicants would be expected to have a minimum Year 10 education level with good English skills.
Traineeships - NSW
To find out more information about traineeships under the new smart and skilled funding arrangements, please click on the button above to be redirected to the State Training Services website.
NSW Traineeships are funding by the NSW State Government in conjunction with the Australian Government
A certificate or statement of attainment will be issued by the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, RTO Number 0452 upon successful completion of the course.