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    课程名称: New Zealand Certificate in Pharmacy (Specialist Technician) (Level 6)
    课程级别:证书课程/Certificate(4级)
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    开学时间:January-2019
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    授课校区:Manukau Institute of Technology
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    Course details

    Summary

    Programme highlights

    Be among the first in New Zealand to achieve a Level 6 specialist pharmacy technician certificate.

    MIT is the first institution to offer the Level 6 pharmacy qualification. This recognised qualification has the potential to expand your role as a pharmacy technician's and enable you to work at the top of your scope of practice. On completion you will able to further support the pharmacist and pharmacy industry in an ever developing healthcare environment. Within this course you will learn the specialist skills to provide the platform to step into this specialist technician role.

    This qualification is for technicians already qualified and working in community or hospital pharmacies. MIT's flexible learning options mean you can study from anywhere in New Zealand and keep working while you learn.

    Career opportunities

    A range of specialist technician or other specialist dispensary roles, including those in community, hospital, industrial and educational pharmacy settings.

    Programme structure

    Programme structure

    Students need to complete 7 mandatory core courses and 3 specialist courses, making a total of 10 courses in order to obtain the New Zealand Certificate in Pharmacy (Specialist Technician) (Level 6).

    Mandatory courses

    Effective Communication 727.601 (9 credits)

    Learning and Development 727.602 (8 credits)

    Leadership and Management for Effective Teamwork 341.652 (8 credits)

    Pharmacy Operational Management 727.603 (15 credits)

    Pharmacy Law and Ethics 727.604 (15 credits)

    Quality Assurance in Pharmacy Practice 727.605 (10 credits)

    New Zealand Health Care System 727.606 (Credits 10)

    Specialist courses

    Students have to complete 3 specialist courses but are able to choose which courses are more applicable to them in their place of employment. Please note that all specialist courses are project-based and student-driven, so with this in mind, careful course selection is required. For example, if the technician does not have any contact with patients, then taking the patient counselling course would not be appropriate. Courses are chosen in consultation with your pharmacist and lecturers.

    Because the specialist courses are student-driven, completion of the core subjects first is beneficial, but not essential, assuming the student is diligent in their research and commitment.

    All specialist courses contain a learning contract prior to commencing the course, and a Gibbs reflective essay of learning at the completion of the project.

    Workshops - Specialist courses do not contain any workshops.

    Please note specialist courses are still under development. Should you not find the course you want to complete available, please check back periodically, or contact us for more information of when various courses will become available.

    Medicines Information 727.610(15 credits)

    Patient counselling 727.XXX (15 Credits)

    Medicines Reconciliation course 727.617 (15 Credits)

    Health Screening and Testing 727.616 (15 Credits)

    Dispensary Management 727.611 (15 Credits)

    Quality Assurance and Risk Management 727.619 (15 credits)

    Advanced Dispensary Administration (15 credits)

    Education and Training Support 727.612 (15 credits)

    Entry criteria

    Applicants must meet the following entry requirements:

    Applicants must have successfully completed the New Zealand Certificate in Pharmacy (Pharmacy Technician) (Level 5) or demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills.

    AND

    Applicants must be employed in a pharmacy environment and have a minimum of 1 years' experience in a pharmacy technician role following the award of a Pharmacy Technician level 5 qualification.

    AND

    Have English language competence to undertake this programme which is taught and assessed in English. Any applicants whose first language is not English will be required to provide evidence of an-overall lELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.5) or equivalent achieved within the preceding 2 years

    AND

    Provide an attestation from their employer that they will be supported and released to attend scheduled lecture, block and/or workshop course delivery


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