‘Pharmacy assistants are in very high demand.’

The Guild’s Queensland Branch is encouraging eligible job seekers in Brisbane to re-train as pharmacy assistants

The Guild is delivering the Queensland Government’s Community Work Skills Program in Brisbane beginning on 23 August 2021.

This training is funded by the Queensland Government through its Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative.

The course enables students to acquire the essential skills needed to provide healthcare in community pharmacy, and, on successful completion, participants will receive a SIR20116 Certificate II in Community Pharmacy.

Branch Acting President Chris Owen said the fully funded program offers an excellent opportunity for community members to join the pharmacy profession.

“There has been a lot of interest in this program across the state,” said Mr Owen. “We’re delighted that we’re able to give people a chance to begin a new career path in community pharmacy.”

“Queensland’s network of almost 1,200 community pharmacies also offer excellent career opportunities across the state,” Mr Owen said.

“Pharmacy assistants are in very high demand.

“I have heard many stories from participants who have endured the lockdowns and become unemployed because of COVID-19 – this program offers a great opportunity to retrain and upskill to become a pharmacy assistant.”

The seven-week face-to-face course is COVID-Safe and will be delivered in Brisbane from Monday 23 August to 8 October 2021.

The course incorporates vocational placement in a community pharmacy to solidify the new skills learned.

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