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Interns

Why choose the Guild ITP?

  1. Challenging Clinical Content – Our course is designed to test your knowledge, understanding and application of clinical skills, whilst maintaining a strong focus on patient-centred care
  2. Work Ready Outcomes – Gain practical skills designed to prepare you for real world scenarios throughout your pharmacy career
  3. Extensive Exam Support – Receive comprehensive resources to support you with your exams including written and oral exam training modules, practice materials to use with your preceptor and personalised guidance from tutors
  4. Exclusive Access to Education and Networking – Grow your pharmacy network and boost your professional development with FREE registration to APP Conference* on the Gold Coast (valued at $940) and Pharmacy Connect^ in Sydney (valued at $295)
  5. Market Leader in Value – Only $1,855 with flexible payment plan options and no hidden or extra fees
  6. Highly Supportive Tutors – Access to continuous mentorship and advice from our experienced team of tutors, providing support to you and your preceptor

*Excludes Street Party ^Excludes Conference Dinner

Cost and payment options

Our Intern Training Program is the market-leader in price at just $1,855. We understand the financial pressures that interns face when first embarking on full-time careers, that’s why we offer a number of payment options allowing you to choose the plan that suits your needs.

Option 1: Single payment of $1,855 inc GST

Option 2: 6 Monthly instalments of $309.16 inc GST

Option 3: 8 Monthly instalments of $231.87 inc GST

Better yet, there are no extra or hidden fees applicable!

Rural Intern Training Allowance

Established under the 5CPA, the Rural Training Allowance (RTA) provides financial support to assist intern pharmacists from rural and remote areas to access compulsory intern training program activities. Visit the 6CPA website to apply!

What you will learn

OUR BALANCED AND INNOVATIVE CONTENT IS UNDERPINNED BY:
  • Professional Practice Standards
  • Competency Standards for Pharmacists in Australia
  • PSA Code of Conduct
  • Medicines Australia Code of Conduct
  • Pharmacy Board of Australia standards, guidelines and codes
  • Federal and State/Territory legislation
MEDICATION KNOWLEDGE AND COUNSELLING:
  • Identification and management of prescription problems
  • Managing drug interactions and adverse drug effects
  • Latest prescribing trends and evidence based practice
  • Patient interviewing techniques and effective medication reviews
PROFESSIONAL AND ETHICAL PRACTICE:
  • Legal and ethical responsibilities
  • Practicing to accepted standards
  • Managing quality and safety
  • Patient considerations: privacy, confidentiality and consent
PRIMARY HEALTHCARE AND QUALITY USE OF MEDICINES (QUM):
  • Effective patient counselling, problem solving and communication in the pharmacy
  • Effective differential diagnosis and when to refer patients
  • Screening, risk assessment and disease state management
  • Optimising pharmacy care for the ageing population
PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS AND PHARMACY PRACTICE:
  • Latest industry trends and professional service innovations
  • Community Pharmacy Agreement initiatives and practicing to full scope as a pharmacist
  • Implementing professional service programs: what employers want
EXAMINATION PRACTICE AND SKILL BUILDING:
  • Mock written and oral examination exercises
  • Real-life patient case studies and team based problem solving
  • Effective communication with patients and healthcare professionals