Active learning and discovery
With Rowa employee training products, learning and teaching become interactive. Subjects can be designed to address practical needs, and content becomes dynamic through the use of touch and motion. Market-focused, contemporary media usage facilitates modern methods and teaching practices. Subjects from the everyday business world of pharmacy become more understandable and provide a more positive learning experience as a result.
Learning tools that students love
New media and digital systems are increasingly becoming a part of school life. Rowa Vmotion and Rowa Vcloud are ideal ways to generate real added value in the classroom. Market-focused, contemporary media usage facilitates modern methods and teaching practices. Subjects from the everyday business world of pharmacy become more understandable and provide a more positive learning experience as a result.
"Visualization of the content during the lesson is very helpful. By incorporating the behind-the-counter display, we can practice counseling for specific indications and preparations under real conditions. The lesson becomes very lively and the prospective PTA is exposed to questions during practice conversations that actually occur in the everyday pharmacy routine."
Dr. Reinhard Groß – Owner, Apotheke Eckersbach and an involved participant in PTA training
It’s just this easy
Rowa Vmotion monitors and Vcloud are set up and installed by trained technicians. Our team from Rowa Consulting will then provide on-site training for you and your colleagues and assist with the initial steps.
Best-prepared for everyday pharmacy life
By integrating the monitors into lessons, students become familiar with the use of new media in pharmacies at an early stage. They gain practical experience with their capabilities and are later able to put these lessons to purposeful use in the pharmacy and for customer service.
Partnerships and collaboration
To continuously expand our activities, we maintain a range of different partnerships in the school and education sector. The European Pharmaceutical Students Association (EPSA), a group that represents more than 160,000 pharmaceutical students across Europe, is one of them. Here, we act as a partner working to develop the future of pharmacy and the health care system.