CNPR Pharmaceutical Sales Training Program

The association has developed a program to educate and train candidates so that they will be able to differentiate themselves from other candidates. The majority of entry level candidates do not know enough about the pharmaceutical industry, drug patents, FDA regulations, CDER regulations, laws governing the pharmaceutical industry, the anatomy, pharmaceutical terms and abbreviations, drug sampling rules, effective physician selling skills, drug efficacy, etc.   

Are you being passed over for pharmaceutical sales openings? Qualified or aspiring pharmaceutical sales applicants should be familiar with clinical pharmacology, medical terminology, plus rules and regulations for selling pharmaceuticals to effectively sell to healthcare professionals. Applicants who have no previous pharmaceutical sales experience but who have acquired industry sales training, pharmaceutical product knowledge, managed care guidelines plus selling regulations will be to show pharmaccetuical indusstry qualifications to industry employers. No successful pharmaceutical sales professional will be successful unless they have to up-to-date pharmaceutical industry education and product knowledge.  

The association provides vocational pharmaceutical sales education with the CNPR Pharmaceutical Sales Program that candidates add to their resume to attract pharmaceutical employers and educate themselves for a career in pharmaceutical sales.

The association has created the CNPR Pharmaceutical Sales Training Manual which includes everything you will need to know to separate yourself from other candidates. Once a candidate has thoroughly reviewed our Training Manual, they have the option of scheduling for the CNPR examination. Once the candidate passes the examination, they will be recognized as succesfully completed the CNPR Training Program.

Just passing the examination alone will increase your knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry.   ORDER NOW

If you have any questions please e-mail us at questions@napsronline.org.


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