Helping customers with their health problems is your top priority in the pharmacy. In addition to helping customers with their health, knowledge and advice adds value to a product sale and builds trust with your customers.
Guild Learning and Development have a number of policies and procedures to assist you with your training enquiry.
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s Quality Care Pharmacy Program (QCPP) is a quality assurance program for community pharmacy. As part of the QCPP requirements all staff who supply Pharmacy Medicines and assist the pharmacist to supply Pharmacist Only Medicines must receive training via recognised and accredited course. The unit, SIRCIND002 Support the supply of Pharmacy and Pharmacist Only Medicines meets this requirement. If you already have a GuildEd profile, you will need to log in and select S2/S3 from the Course List button. If you do not have a GuildEd profile, you will need to create a new account prior to logging in.
Information for pharmacies
Pharmacy staff employed in QCPP accredited pharmacies, who supply Pharmacy Medicines and Pharmacist Only Medicines, must complete:
This requirement is contained in Action 2.1 of T2C Supplying Pharmacy Medicines and Pharmacist Only Medicines Checklist. The QCPP Training Requirements page explains these requirements further.
The Pharmacy Guild is pleased to provide its current VET Quality Framework audit report.
Guild Training has been identified as a ‘low risk’ provider of quality training and education services by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
Guild Training values and encourages feedback from its learners and employers. The Guild collects this feedback and provides the following reports to demonstrate that it is a provider of quality education and training services.
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia is a nationally Registered Training Organisation (RTO 0452)