The pharmacists acquire the required knowledge via undergraduate, postgraduate, specialization education and by continuous professional development.

Expertise in the field of pharmaceutical technology can be obtained in the following forms:

  • The undergraduate pharmacy study programme at the Department of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Brno:
    • Compulsory subjects
      • Medical Forms and Biopharmacy
      • Theory of Medicinal Formulations
    • Elective subjects
      • Advanced Drug Delivery
      • Cosmetic Products
      • Instrumental Analytical Methods in Pharmacy
      • Methods of Evaluation and Forming Formulation Files of the Drugs
      • Hospital Pharmaceutics and their Technology
      • Industrial Pharmacy
  • The undergraduate pharmacy study programme at the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University in Hradec Králové:
    • Compulsory subjects
      • Pharmaceutical Technology
      • Medical Devices
    • Elective subjects
      • Development of Chemical Drugs
      • Introduction to Industrial Pharmacy
      • Industrial Production of Pharmaceutical Preparations I and II
      • Extemporaneous Preparation in Hospital Pharmacy
      • Cosmetology for Pharmacists
      • Technology of Homoeopathic Preparations
  • Postgraduate studies: Pharmaceutical Technology (FaF UK Hradec Králové) and Pharmaceutical Technology programmes – galenic formulations (FaF VFU Brno).
  • PharmD thesis defence in pharmaceutical technology – galenic formulations (FaF UK Hradec Králové and FaF VFU Brno).
  • Specialized training: basic and advanced courses. The training is provided via MoH Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education (IPVZ Prague, IDVZ Brno). Pharmaceutical Technology is an independent attestation subject.
  • Self-study (using an appropriately themed books and articles in professional journals, participation in symposia, conferences and other professional events).