Pharmacy Technician Training Program
The Pharmacy Technician Training Program prepares the student to work under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist. The course provides the student with basic knowledge and skills required to work as a technician in a pharmacy.
Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be prepared to take the National Pharmacy Certification Examination.
- Pharmacy abbreviations and terminology
- Role and job description of the Pharmacy Technician
- Anatomy and physiology related to disease associated with drug therapy
- The most commonly used drugs, indications, trade and generic names.
- Prescription classification and distribution
- Pharmacy laws and regulations
- Community pharmacies
- Long- term care or rehabilitation facilities
|Pharmacological Math||18 hrs|
Amount due at Registration:
|Registration fee||$ 175.00|
|Mandatory liability insurance||$ 5.00|
|Student accident insurance||$ 1.25|
- Textbooks are required and available in the college bookstore. Because of price variations from year to year, textbook prices are not listed.
- No clinical externship is required for this class.
- No uniforms are required for this class
Student Admission Requirements
- 18 years of age or older
- US issued High School Diploma or GED
- Photo ID and social security card
- Successful completion of Healthcare Readiness Course
Program Completion Requirement
- Attend at least 85% of the 108 lecture hours
- Successfully pass the pharmacological math portion
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- CPR Certification
- Computer Class
- Spanish Class