1. National Health Care System.
2. Office of Pharmacy.
3. Health promotion and psychological support.
4. Anatomy and physiology.
5. Symptoms and vital signs.
6. Pharmaceutical marketing strategies and OTC products.
7. Prescriptions and dispensation.
8. Dietetics and nutrition.
9. Magistral formulas and laboratory.
10. First aid.
As a pharmacy assitant, communication is a key. It is important to understand the patients needs and interact effectively to dispense medication and advise your clients correctly. And in a globalised world, you Will assist many clients who can""t speak your native language but sill need your help. Learning English Will allow you to communicate better with them and improve your pharmacological assitance.