The pharmacy technician training program at a Canadian drugstore is changing.
The number of drugstore technician candidates in Canada is on the rise and many of the jobs are in the process of being outsourced.
Pharmacy technician positions have long been an important entry-level position, but that’s changed in recent years.
Now, pharmacists are being given a new perspective as part of the global pharmaceutical industry’s transition to a new era.
The first job of the day is the job interview, which is done in person at the pharmacy.
After the interview, the pharmacist goes back home to their home country and begins the training process.
The training program lasts three weeks and the job seeker has to complete the training, which includes drugstore training, a pharmacist certification, a drugstore pharmacy certification and a pharmacist refresher course.
If the job offers a salary of more than $150,000, the job requires a pharmacy technician to work at a pharmacy for at least three years.
After that, the pharmacy technician will be assigned to a pharmacy.
It is not uncommon for the pharmacy technician to go on to work in the retail pharmacy.
Some pharmacy technicians work in a pharmacy where they will be able to handle customer support, inventory, and sales.
Other jobs, such as pharmacy technician assistant and pharmacy technician, have similar benefits, but only at a drug store.
The pharmacist refresher program, which involves additional training and a refresher certificate, is for those who are already pharmacy technicians and want to be able move up to the new position.
Some pharmacists will be asked to work as pharmacy technicians in other locations, such a grocery store, and at other pharmacies.
They may also be asked by customers to be pharmacists at a food or beverage store, for example.
The pharmacist training program in Canada started in the United States in 2008, and has since spread to the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Canada, and New Zealand.
The program began in the U.S. in 2012 and has now expanded to the rest of the world.
The Pharmacy Technician Training Program was created to address the changing pharmacists workforce, which was previously comprised of two- to four-person teams that dealt with the following issues:Customer support and inventory management, retail pharmacy operations, pharmacy pharmacy testing and quality control, and other related tasks.
The company’s mission is to increase employment opportunities for pharmacists in Canada and to create a culture that encourages them to take on new skills and responsibilities.
“Our job description is to train and develop the future pharmacists that will be in the pharmaceutical sector,” said Patricia Martin, Pharmacy Technicians and Therapists Canada’s general manager.
The job seekers are expected to complete training and become pharmacy technicians within two years.
The training program has a total of 30 applicants and they are being trained by pharmacists from across Canada.
Martin said there are currently about 600 pharmacists working in the pharmacists’ training program.
The jobs are available to people from all backgrounds, and they can be trained for a variety of positions, including pharmacy technician assistants, pharmacist assistants, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy testers and pharmacy technicians.
The company also has an online pharmacy training course for pharmacist applicants.
The courses are offered in English, French, Spanish and Italian, but the training program is also offered in Spanish.
Martin says the company is not only looking to increase pharmacy technician positions, but also to make sure pharmacists stay up to date on the latest industry trends.
“It is critical that we maintain the quality of the training as the pharmaceutical industry transitions to a global supply chain,” Martin said.