Achieve a well-respected career in healthcare with stability and good earning potential.
The one word that sums up the work of the Pharmacy Assistant is ‘satisfying’. After all, you will be helping people in a way that really matters to them in this vital area of healthcare.
Communication with physicians will be at the very heart of what you do. You’ll need to understand basic anatomy and physiology, master product information and understand clinical literature. This can be quite a challenge in the ever-developing world of medical products and medication.
The DCA Pharmacy Assistant Course is designed to help you meet that challenge. You’ll be introduced to a wide range of topics to help you in your chosen career including prescription drugs, health care products and administering medications. In fact you will gain a broad understanding of the pharmacist's work, putting you in a perfect position to make the most of a career in pharmacy. Once trained in this important field you will find there are numerous job possibilities open to you. Set your sights on our Pharmacy Assistant Diploma today and you’ll find the benefits will go far beyond stability and financial reward.
• Diagnostic tests and procedures
• Medical terminology
• Introduction to the human body
• The sense organs
• Drug legislation and standards
• Vitamins and minerals
• Drug and alcohol abuse
As a DCA student, your course fee covers everything you will need to successfully complete the Pharmacy Assistant home study course and earn your diploma:
• All textbooks, study guides, and learning aids designed for distance learning
• A full range of student services, including on-line assessments
• A personalised diploma upon course completion
• Unlimited educational support by e-mail or freephone
• Free postage and packaging.
Students completing this course rated it:
|Study Materials|| 4.8 out of 5||★★★★✭ |
|Student Support|| 4.6 out of 5||★★★★✭|
|Overall|| 4.7 out of 5||★★★★✭|
Get started today, and you can earn your Pharmacy Assistant iploma in as little as six months, or take up to two years, if you prefer – the choice is yours.