Glasgow: The First Job for a Medicine Manager
Glasgow is set to become the first city in the UK to offer a pharmacy management course.
The course is set up to provide students with the skills they need to manage their own pharmacy, and also to help them to get into the industry.
The course is being offered in partnership with the Glasgow Council’s Pharmacy Development Service and will be offered over two years.
It aims to provide learners with a solid foundation in pharmacy management, as well as the skills needed to work in a pharmacy as a specialist.
Glacewater Council said that it is proud to offer this first course in a major city, and is proud that students will be able to take the course in the city that helped them to secure a place in the NHS.
“Glaswater Council’s commitment to pharmacy education is driven by a commitment to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all patients and visitors,” said a spokesperson.
“This is why we are committed to supporting our community to support its pharmacist workforce with the best training and support possible.
In addition to training and resources, students will also have access to a pharmacy network, which provides the skills and experience they need.
Currently, students are offered only one pharmacy management class a year, but this will change with the course.
To help them learn more about pharmacy management in Glasgow, the Pharmacy Training Service (PTS) has partnered with the Scottish Government to offer students a second pharmacy management programme.
Students are expected to complete the two-year course over a two-week period, which will include an assessment course.
The first pharmacy management program in Scotland will be held from August 6 to August 12.
More details will be announced soon.
Glascoe, Glasgow and Clyde city centres will also be offering the course over the next two years, with the first course set to be held in the Spring.
This will be the first course offered in Glasgow in more than a decade, and will bring together pharmacy and pharmacotherapy students from across the city.
All courses will be available in both Glasgow and Glasgow-Fylde.
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