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Health care workers at one of Israel’s largest pharmacies are training to become pharmacists.
The government has been promoting a “national pharmacists training program” for the past year and a half, with hopes that the program will make the country’s healthcare system more efficient and cost-effective.
It’s hoped the program could boost sales at pharmacies across Israel and attract additional foreign investment to the country.
But for now, it appears the program is being used to train pharmacists and is not working out as planned.
In an interview with The Jerusalem Times on Friday, Safeway pharmacists said the program has failed to generate much interest among potential employees, adding that most of the workers who have applied have no pharmacists experience at all.
“We’re not sure if we’ve hired enough people to meet demand, and the program isn’t getting much traction,” said Avigdor Bensky, one of the pharmacists who has applied for the program.
“We’re hoping for some help from other industry partners.”
The program was started in 2012 to boost the countrys pharmacist workforce.
Since then, more than 2,000 people have applied, and more than 60 have been hired so far.
It was initially intended to recruit pharmacists from Tel Aviv University, but since then, the program, which is run by the Ministry of Industry and Trade, has expanded to include more than 3,000 pharmacists across the country, according to the ministry.
A spokesperson for the ministry said that the ministry was in discussions with companies interested in participating in the program to find a suitable company for their jobs.
But the spokesperson also added that the government would not be able to participate in any contract with a company without its agreement to the program’s stipulations.
The program has faced criticism from several critics.
Some pharmacists are unhappy that the company has not yet started hiring foreign workers, who would be trained and supervised by foreign pharmacists, and they are upset that foreign nationals are not being hired to fill positions.
Others, however, argue that the new training program will lead to a boost in sales.
According to the Ministry for Health, a total of 11,000 workers have been trained, but only 2,500 have been selected.
The Ministry of Labor, which runs the program as part of its general supervision, said in a statement that the recruitment process for foreign pharmacist jobs is still in its early stages, but that it is expected to attract new foreign workers in the near future.
But a spokesperson for Tel Aviv Union of Pharmacists said that they are concerned about the quality of foreign workers who are being hired.
“The ministry’s initial plan was to hire foreign pharmacologists from Tel-Aviv University, which would have allowed us to train the foreign pharmacicians and supervise them,” said the spokesperson.
“However, with the fact that the foreign applicants are all graduates of Tel Aviv, we fear that foreign pharmacistry graduates will not be as qualified as our own pharmacists.”
A spokeswoman for the Ministry Of Industry and Tourism, which oversees the program at the ministry, said that it plans to hire new foreign pharmacistas soon, but added that “the recruitment process is still ongoing.”
“There is a need to train and supervillate foreign pharmacism graduates, as the ministry has no plans to accept foreign graduates without proper training,” the spokesperson said.