The Josai International University School of Pharmacy is collaborating with instructors from Matsuki Yokokokara & Co., Ltd. on the ``Pharmaceutical Registered Distributor Training Program,'' a joint industry-academia project aimed at working adults who aim to obtain the qualification of a registered pharmaceutical distributor while working at a drugstore, etc. "I will provide a.
If you are in charge of selling pharmaceuticals at a drugstore, etc., you will need the qualification of a "registered seller" as stipulated by the Act on Ensuring the Quality, Efficacy, and Safety of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices. Currently, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare's Study Group on the Pharmaceutical Sales System is considering changing the name to ``Registered Pharmaceutical Seller'', so this program will be implemented as a ``Registered Pharmaceutical Seller'' training program.
This program is aimed at people who are interested in working at a drugstore or a second career, international students who want to build a career in Japan, and people who are interested in their own health. There will be three sessions: learning, role-playing, and live questions.
The e-learning (required) provides approximately 100 video contents packed with the know-how of Matsuki Yokokokara & Company. The 20-minute videos are easy to watch in your spare time, and are compatible with smartphones and tablets, so you can study at home, at work, or anywhere else that suits your lifestyle.
Role-playing with simulated patients (required) develops the communication skills required in practical work. If you don't understand something, you can ask questions on the spot, and instructors with extensive practical experience will carefully support your learning.
In the live question session (optional), teachers in charge of preparing for the national pharmacist exam will be the ones asking questions, and will respond until students understand. In addition, in order to ensure that knowledge is firmly established, we provide problem practice programs that can be worked on at any time, and provide follow-up information such as exam information even after taking the course until the time of taking the Pharmaceutical Registered Salesperson Examination, which will lead to a reliable examination of the Pharmaceutical Registered Salesperson Examination. go.
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Implementation period: February 2024, 2 to September 1, 2024
Cost: 20,000 yen (excluding tax) + textbook fee (first 100 people will receive a free textbook)
How to apply: Apply using the dedicated application form by 2:1 between February 8st and August 31st.
*There are no qualification restrictions, but as a requirement for taking the Pharmaceutical Registered Distributor Qualification Examination, you are required to have a residence card in Japan.
This program will be implemented with the cooperation of the Japan Chain Drug Store Association and the Japan Pharmaceutical Training Center.