Young people looking to work for clicks should be dynamic, willing to work hard, should be able to stand for nine hours a day,. They should adapt to change as fast as water, have wonderful communication skills, know how to read and write English excellently and they should not constantly live in fear because they will be working on contracts because this won't is work that is forever lasting.
Successfully complete a National Certificate in Pharmacy Assistance Learnership Programme (learner basic pharmacist assistant) and a Further Education and Training. certificate pharmacist assistance (learner post-basic pharmacist assistant), through the accredited Pharmacy Healthcare Academy.
A structured learning program that consists of a theoretical and practical component and that leads to a qualification that is registered on the National Qualification Framework (NQF). As a Learner of this program you will be required to meet these objectives, successfully complete the learnership training contracts at a registered Clicks Pharmacy, and under an approved tutor.
Attend the required training interventions and successfully complete the competency assessments, submit a portfolio of evidence and provide support to the healthcare team. In one of the Click's Pharmacies under the supervision of a registered Pharmacist and within the legal scope of practice as outlined by the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC), the minimum requirements are essential is the completion of grade 12 with a minimum of 50% in Mathematics (or 60% in Mathematical Literacy) 50% in English and a Pass in Life Science (Biology) or physics and skills, abilities and job-related knowledge.
Customer service orientated teamwork should also have integrity accuracy and attention to detail, basic numeracy literacy, computer literacy. Essential competencies are adhering to principles and values, working with people delivering results, and meeting customer expectations following Instructions and procedures.
Relating, networking, planning, and organizing preference will be given to individuals that meet the company's targets as set out in our employment equity plan to meet the furtherance of the National agenda for the development of unemployed youth. Successful people will be required to enter into a work back agreement and will be required to work for Clicks as a qualified Pharmacist Assistant for a period equal to the length of the learnership period as a minimum.
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