Why choose Guild Training?

When it comes to training your staff, Guild Training is the industry leader for community pharmacy training. We provide quality and comprehensive courses to ensure your staff gain the most up to date skills to increase their knowledge and support your business. Top 5 reasons why Guild Training is the industry leader for community pharmacy training: Our … Read more

GuildEd – Your New Destination for S2/S3 (SIRCIND002 Support the supply of Pharmacy Medicines and Pharmacist Only Medicines) Online Learning

As you may be aware by now, a new chapter for Guild Learning and Development has commenced with the launch of its new education portal, GuildEd. The GuildEd site provides pharmacy owners, pharmacists, intern pharmacists, dispensary assistants and pharmacy assistant’s access to a contemporary, innovative and engaging online learning platform. GuildEd replaces the myCPD and … Read more

Community Work Skills – What’s it all about?

The Community Work Skills – Fundamentals of Community Pharmacy program is a unique program providing jobseekers with the opportunity to gain formal training and work ready skills to commence a career as pharmacy assistant in community pharmacy. This program is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government under the Skilling Queenslanders for Work Initiative. … Read more

Guild Trainers on the Road

Our Guild Trainers are often on the road visiting Students all across Queensland. Recently Linden Pirrone headed up to Bundaberg and while there visited what was previously known as Church Pharmacy. In April 2016 the pharmacy and the historic building that housed it suffered from a devastating fire which saw the store needing to rebuild … Read more

QLD Parliamentary Inquiry

In May 2018 the Queensland Parliament launched an Inquiry into the establishment of a pharmacy council and transfer of pharmacy ownership in Queensland.  The committee undertaking this inquiry had to consider within the Terms of Reference the roles and scope of practice for pharmacy assistants. The committee called for submissions from the public on this … Read more

Student of the Month – November 2018

The November 2018 Student of the Month is Aalia Robinson from Albany Creek Day and Night Pharmacy. Aalia has been nominated by her Trainer/Assessor Katy Duldig, who commended Aalia’s ability to complete her her SIR20116 Certificate II in Community Pharmacy in record time, while still in high school. Katy said, “Aalia is a pocket rocket, … Read more

Boss of the Month – November 2018

The November 2018 Boss of the Month is Emma Newson from Terry White Chemmart in Goondiwindi. Emma has been nominated by trainer Erin Le Feuvre and Emma’s staff. The Terry White Chemmart staff explained why Emma was nominated for Boss of the Month, “Emma Newson was nominated as she very willing to help answer any … Read more

Student of the Month May

The May Student of the Month is Leara Williams from Church Pharmacy, in Bundaberg. Guild Trainer/Assessor Linden Oirrone who nominated Leara had this to say:   Many of us have experienced the pressures of year 12 but imagine the amount of dedication and discipline it takes to not only complete year 12 but also undertake … Read more

Oral care and the role Pharmacy plays

By Sherree Walters Cert IV TAE, Cert IV Community Pharmacy Workplace Trainer/Assessor   As children our parents constantly remind us of the importance of looking after and brushing our teeth. “Clean teeth create happy smiles” my Mum used to tell me as she would stand at the door of our bathroom every morning and night … Read more

Only wins, nothing to lose

By Haylee Funk National Programs Administrator   When I tell people that I work at the Guild and my title is the National Programs Administrator, I’m often met with a lot of confused looks. Firstly, from those who are unfamiliar with the Pharmacy industry – what is the Guild?!? And secondly, what does a National … Read more