What's it like to be a Pharmacy Assistant?
Pharmacy Assistants sell retail goods to customers in pharmacies. Goods can range from creams, lotions and grooming tools to, cosmetics and perfumes. Pharmacy Assistants help customers to select the right products to meet their needs and assist with the day to day operation of a pharmacy. They usually have a good knowledge of pharmacy products, health and beauty products.
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How to become a Pharmacy Assistant
- Gain on-the-job experience under the guidance of a Senior Pharmacy Assistant or a Pharmacist.
- Consider completing a Certificate II In Community Pharmacy (SIR20116) or a Certificate III in Community Pharmacy (SIR30116) at TAFE or a Registered Training Organisation.
- To broaden your career options once you have gained some experience, consider completing a Certificate IV in Community Pharmacy (SIR40116) which will prepare you to run front-of-house operations and to work as a Senior Pharmacy Assistant.
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