Pharmacy Assistant Training

The Tasmanian Branch accredited Pharmacy Assistant training courses are managed by the Queensland Branch of the Guild.  For more information or to enrol call 1300 110 161 or email admin.training@qldguild.org.au

Needle & Syringe Training

The Tasmanian Branch of the Pharmacy Guild has developed an online learning resource for Pharmacy Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) workers in Tasmania. This course is designed to provide essential background on the NSP and how it fits into Australia’s Harm Minimisation Policy. The course has been reviewed and approved by the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services and is required learning for all pharmacists and pharmacy assistants who, while working in Tasmanian Pharmacy NSP sites, will be interacting with and handing out sterile injecting equipment to NSP clients.

The Harm Reduction module is available at no charge to Guild members and their staff. For those pharmacies who are not members of the Guild, the module is available at a cost of $40 per participant. To access the module, log in to your GuildEd account, or create an account, via https://guilded.guild.org.au/. The module is worth 2 Group 2 CPD Credits.

After completing the module, participants will be asked to fill out an application for a DHHS Accreditation Certificate. Once the DHHS receive this form, your application will be processed and your Certificate will be emailed out to you.

Intern Pharmacist Training

The Guild Intern Training Program is a nationwide program that is at the forefront of community pharmacy, delivering a combination of both clinical and practical content to ensure graduates enter the industry with the skills to succeed.

Pharmacist Vaccination Services in Tasmania ​

The Guild's Pharmacist Vaccination training provides participants with a range of knowledge and skills to safely and competently provide immunisations to people within the community pharmacy environment.


The Pharmacy Guild of Australia is a nationally Registered Training Organisation (RTO 0452)

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Page last updated 12 June 2019