Types of Membership

The Guild offers different types of membership to Registered Pharmacists who are pharmacy proprietors, former proprietors, those who do not and have never owned a pharmacy, pharmacy graduates and pharmacy students.

Membership Categories:

Full Membership

Full membership is offered to qualified, registered pharmacists who own their own pharmacy. Membership comprises of a “proprietor” and a “premises” component. The “premises” component is based on the number of pharmacy premises owned. This entitles the Pharmacy and its proprietor(s) to the full range of Guild products and services including free Industrial Relations advice, wage bulletins, regular information updates through our monthly copy of the Bulletin, discounted member services rates, etc. Pro-rata fees apply to applications after July.


Nominal

Nominal status is available to former pharmacy owners and former Guild Members. Nominals receive regular information updates through our monthly Bulletin, pharmacist wage rates, access to limited Industrial Relations advice, as well as a range of other services. Pro-rata fees apply to applications after July.


Associate

Associate status is available to those pharmacists who do not own a pharmacy. Associates receive regular information updates through our monthly Bulletin, Pharmacy wage rates, access to limited Industrial Relations advice, as well as a range of other services. Pro-rata fees apply to applications after July.


Student
Students currently undertaking their degree in Pharmacy are invited to take their first step into their own future professional association. Students receive regular information updates through our monthly Bulletin, Pharmacy wage rates, access to limited Industrial Relations advice, as well as gaining access to a large network of potential mentors and employers. This is FREE until you become registered.

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Page last updated 06 March 2017