• Certificate II in Community Pharmacy

    The SIR20116 Certificate II in Community Pharmacy is entry level focused and includes general retail skills/knowledge within a pharmacy environment and limited pharmacy skills including Support the supply of Pharmacy Medicines and Pharmacist Only Medicines. In the event there is no public program commencing, this qualification can be delivered via Distance Education with support from a Facilitator. Some classroom based or work placement commitments may be required. View course

  • Certificate III in Community Pharmacy

    The SIR30116 Certificate III in Community Pharmacy is suited to a non-junior pharmacy assistant role and covers a broad range of pharmacy skills and knowledge including accepting prescriptions and sales/advice of specialty pharmacy products as well as dispensary support. In the event there is no public program commencing, this qualification can be delivered via Distance Education with support from a Facilitator. Some classroom based or work placement commitments may be required. View course

  • Certificate IV in Community Pharmacy

    The SIR40116 Certificate IV in Community Pharmacy reflects the role of skilled senior pharmacy assistants who use sound knowledge of a broad range of pharmacy products and health care support services. Some senior pharmacy assistants may take a lead role in coordinating front of pharmacy business activities. In the event there is no public program commencing, this qualification can be delivered via Distance Education with support from a Facilitator. Some classroom based or work placement commitments may be required. View course

  • Support the Supply of Pharmacy Medicines and Pharmacist Only Medicines

    Support the Supply of Pharmacy Medicines & Pharmacist Only Medicines SIRCIND002 (S2/S3) is a requirement for all pharmacy assistants who work directly with customers suggesting Pharmacy medicines and unscheduled medicines. In situations where customers require referral to a pharmacist for therapeutic advice, the pharmacy assistant gathers information, refers the customer on, and then supports the pharmacist by finalising the supply of medicines and products. View course

  • Dispensary Courses

    Dispensary technicians play a vital role in community pharmacies. Training is a minimum requirement for all dispensary technicians. Dispensary course options are available through Time Education & Training. You will be provided with a Statement of Attainment for the units you successfully complete. This can be used towards Nationally Recognised Community Pharmacy qualifications. View course