Bonus Training

The Guild ITP is committed to ensuring that all Guild Interns are appropriately skilled to practice to the full extent of their scope as a pharmacist.

With our free optional training, Guild Interns will gain practical skills that are designed to prepare interns for real world scenarios throughout their pharmacy career, while adding value to the pharmacy.

MMR Stage One Training

Get MMR Stage One Training for FREE with the Guild ITP!

Through an exclusive agreement with the Australasian College of Pharmacy, the MMR Stage One online course will be provided as an optional extra for all interns enrolled with the Guild ITP.

Medication Management Reviews (MMR) are an important pharmacy service, providing support to GPs to improve patient outcomes and potentially reduce unnecessary hospital admissions.

Free MMR Stage One Training will provide interns with an understanding of the MMR process and the initial knowledge and skills required to successfully undertake an MMR, while learning valuable communication and clinical problem-solving skills.

It will also prepare interns to undertake Stage Two assessment through the Australian Association of Consultant Pharmacy (AACP), ultimately leading to accreditation to provide Home Medicines Review (HMR) and Residential Medication Management Review (RMMR) services.

Valued at $259, MMR Stage One Accreditation can be accessed by all current and future Guild Interns for free through the Australasian College of Pharmacy. To find out more about the Australasian College of Pharmacy, click here.


Accreditation Number: A1707MMR
This activity has been accredited for 13.0 hrs of Group 1 CPD (or 13.0 CPD credits) suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan which can be converted to 13.0 hrs of Group 2 CPD (or 26.0 CPD credits) upon successful completion of relevant assessment activities.

Vaccination Training

All interns undertaking the Guild ITP can access the Guild Vaccination Course for Pharmacists for FREE!

Valued at up to $640, interns can complete their accreditation to provide pharmacist-administered vaccination at no extra cost, at an appropriate time for their jurisdiction of practice.

Market research conducted as part of the Guild’s Community Pharmacy 2025 project (CP2025) found patients strongly support expanded health services being available from their local pharmacy, with vaccination being one of the most frequently nominated services. In 2018 alone, hundreds of thousands of Australian patients chose the convenience of getting their influenza vaccination at their local community pharmacy.

To see the list of courses available on The Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s website please click here.