Specialist Language Courses
English for Pharmacy

Do you want to discuss pharmacy and pharmaceutical processes in English with confidence? This is the course for you.

English for Pharmacy

This 20-hour, online course is designed specifically for those working in or studying pharmacy who want to use English more proficiently at work, in research or in their studies. This English course covers the language you need to describe fundamental areas of pharmacy, including:-

  • Drugs and drug classification
  • Nomenclature
  • How drugs work
  • Describing data
  • Describing the industry
  • Developing new drugs

At the end of this course, you will have learnt the English you need to discuss pharmacy in many areas. You will also have a created the basis for further, more detailed English language study in specialist fields.

You have 2 months to complete the course and will receive a CPD-accredited certificate on completion for 16 CPD points.

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Contact us to discuss the course with the SLC team.

Lead Writer

Mark Waistell is uniquely suited to write this course as he combines expertise in pharmacy with deep experience in English language teaching and course design. He graduated in biochemistry before entering English language teaching, where he taught, designed courses and led seminars for many well-known pharmaceutical companies, including 3M, Astra Zeneca, Aventis, Bayer Schering, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Celgene, GSK, Janssen-Cilag, Johnson & Johnson, Merck & Co., Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Solvay, and Unichem.

Mark is the Founder and Senior Partner of Accent International in the UK and Strategic Director at the Medical English Services Network (MESN) in Italy. He has been a teacher, academic, school principal, author, teacher-trainer, and conference speaker for many years. He is also Founding Chair and continuing committee member of Business English UK, and a member of the British Council Accreditation Advisory Committee.