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Being a preceptor is a rewarding experience.
The PSA Intern Training Program is an evidence-based, high quality program that prepares an intern for any pharmacy career. Preceptors complement our program and play a pivotal role in helping interns develop into competent and work ready pharmacists.
The PSA delivers a flexible and innovative program that includes:
✔ Practical workshops including case studies and real life scenarios
✔ Online learning modules
✔ Practical assessments
✔ Workplace appraisals
✔ Practice written and oral exams
✔ Intern portfolio incorporating continuing professional development requirements
The two 2-day practical face-to-face workshops are offered in all states across Australia and in some regional areas. Multiple workshops are run in some states. This extensive range of PSA workshop dates and locations provides you and your intern with greater flexibility and help in planning and for those sites where multiple interns are employed.
Preceptor support and resources
Preceptors receive comprehensive and complimentary support from PSA to ensure you and your intern succeeds including:
- Accredited Preceptor Training Course consisting of five online modules worth 6 Group 2 CPD credits to support you to mentor your intern in a positive learning environment.
- PSA Preceptor Portal providing you with access to a range of online preceptor resources, training and support tools.
- PSA Preceptor Guide detailing everything you need to know about the internship, program timeline and checklist.
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Rural Intern Training Allowance
The Rural Intern Training Allowance (RITA) as part of the 6CPA provides financial support to assist interns from rural and remote areas to access compulsory intern training program activities.
For further information
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 369 772 and talk to your local PSA Training Officer.
The Pharmacy Board of Australia provides information for current and prospective preceptors including guides and FAQ
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