Choose the immunisation (vaccination) training and education that best suits you
Our high quality Immunisation program has trained more pharmacists who can vaccinate than any other program provider.
Become a pharmacist who can vaccinate to provide successful vaccination services. PSA’s course blends interactive online learning with face to face practical workshops to equip you to deliver a high-quality and safe vaccination service in your state or territory.
Suitable for AHPRA registered Pharmacists.
RTO code 122206
As a pharmacist who can vaccinate you are required by the Pharmacy Board to maintain competence in the role you perform and the services you provide.
Immunisation scope is constantly evolving, so it is important to keep your knowledge and skills up to date, to maintain your competence relevant to your scope of practice.
Our Immunisation Online Refresher Course supports you to maintain your immunisation knowledge. It is relevant to pharmacists who can vaccinate and:
This CPD accredited, online course includes:
The Immunisation Practical Refresher Workshop is suitable for all Pharmacist Immunisers who wish to refresh their immunisation practical skills and knowledge, and maintain competency requirements.
When you click the link above, you will need to log in to your myPSA account to register your interest to attend an Immunisation Practical Refresher workshop. If you do not have an account, you can create a free acount.
If you’re a pharmacist who can vaccinate and you want to be able to administer other medicines by injection in addition to vaccines, you can undertake our online Administering Medicines by Injection course, only available at PSA.
This self-paced course will build your confidence and competency across:
This course is designed for appropriately trained pharmacists who can vaccinate who are practising in States/Territories that allow pharmacists to administer medicines by injection. Please check State and Territory requirements.
If you are not a pharmacist who can vaccinate, you must complete an accredited Immunisation Training Program, before administering medicines by injection and before completing the Administering Medicines by Injection Course.
Throughout the unprecedented health challenges faced on a global scale in recent years, pharmacists have been increasingly recognised as essential frontline healthcare providers, playing an essential role in safeguarding public health. Starting in January 2024, the expansion of National Immunisation Program (NIP) vaccine delivery by pharmacists will increase their role in vaccine uptake and accessibility in Australia. To further equip and empower pharmacists with the knowledge and skills required to excel in the expansion of vaccination scope of practice, PSA will deliver a series of vaccination webinars.
PSA has prepared this information to support pharmacists using the best and most up-to-date information available.
PSA members can contact the Pharmacist-to-Pharmacist Advice Line for practice guidance and support, including navigating regulatory queries and concerns on 1300 369 772 (business hours AEST)
This information is a guide and should not be used as a substitute or replacement for review of regulation and legislative instruments.
As custodians of the Practice Guidelines for Pharmacist Providing Immunisation Services, PSA prepares you to meet practice standards and deliver successful immunisation services.
As the peak body for pharmacists, we provide you with a range of tools and resources to support your practice, such as vaccination audit guides, pre-vaccination screening, consent tools, and much more.
Our commitment is to keep you informed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic with the most up to date information, guidance and resources.