Looking for work in Pharmacy, Get the head start you have been looking for:

$44


Payment is now required online after enrolment
Demonstrate to your interest to potential employers by completing the on-line Pharmacy Assistants’ Induction unit.

Community pharmacy is not your standard store or shop.  Community pharmacies are there to care for their customers and help them get well and stay well.  On our pharmacy shelves are medicines which can ease pain, heal wounds and relieve a fever

But medicines need to be taken with care.  And pharmacy assistants play an important role in providing customers with the health information, advice and care that they need.

Find out what a pharmacy assistant does and how they work with the pharmacist to care for their community.  This on-line unit will help you understand:

  • The role of community in supply medicines to the community
  • The rules and guidelines that determine how a community pharmacy operates
  • The medicine schedules and how they work
  • The different sections within a community pharmacy
  • The questions you need to ask your customers

This unit has been specifically designed to provide those who are interested in working in community with an understanding of this important career.


Do you have
a new staff member needing an induction?

$44
 
Payment is now required online after enrolment


Need a simple induction tool to help them understand the unique nature of community pharmacy.   

Give your new pharmacy assistant a solid foundation to commence their career.  This on-line unit will help your new staff member understand:

  • The role of community in supply medicines to the community
  • The rules and guidelines that determine how a community pharmacy operates
  • The medicine schedules and how they work
  • The different sections within a community pharmacy
  • The questions your pharmacy assistants  needs to ask your customers

This training can be delivered as a single unit or combined with the unit SIRCHC201 Support the supply of Pharmacy and Pharmacist Only Medicines.  The completion of this unit will ensure that Quality Care Pharmacy Program (QCPP) requirements for the supply of scheduled medicines is met. 

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Page last updated 23 February 2017