Value Chain Academy Programme

GCPHARM for life

Course Overview

  1. Value Chain Academy aims to contribute to society by enhancing local healthcare systems and increasing access to medicine. This is achieved through the provision of the educational program, which focuses on value chain and quality in supply policies and processes. The program is designed for students and professionals in the field and is delivered online in real time by subject matter experts from Novartis. Since its inception in 2018, the program has successfully reached learners in 8 low- and middle-income countries across Africa, while also being certified for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
  2. Upon completion of the Value Chain Academy program, participants would acquire a comprehensive understanding of value chain and quality in supply policies and processes within the healthcare industry. They would possess the knowledge and skills to contribute to the enhancement of local healthcare systems and increase access to medicine in their respective communities.
  3. Quality in Supply Module takes 15.5 hours and Supply Chain Management Module takes 17 hours, plus two Practical Session each of 2.5 hour.


Course Objectives

The objectives of this training are to:

Admission process

We have a simple admission process

Six (6) Weeks

The basic requirements for entry into this training programme are as follows:

  1. Candidates of the Ghana College of Pharmacists.
  2. Novartis Ghana Business Partner Organization employee with approval to join this run as pharmaceutical working professional.
  3. Practicing pharmacists who work this field, other pharmacist.

Not Applicable

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