Pharmacy Technician Program
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM SCHEDULE
PROGRAM STARTS: JANUARY 5, 2019
Class portion is a distance education course (completed independently). Some tests are not taken online and must be done in person. However, our instructor and pharmacist holds review and testing sessions every Saturday, except major holiday weekends) from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The review sessions are an excellent opportunity for you to interact with the pharmacist, ask questions, and review and test in person with him!!!
A 120-hour externship will be required to be completed in a pharmacy.
Save some money for Christmas and put down a lower deposit to hold your spot for the January class!
Put just $325 down to hold your spot and pay the rest of the down payment by March 21st! The rest of the payment schedule will apply as stated below:
$325 - Down to hold your spot at time of registration
$625 Due on 1st day of class January 5th
$625 Due February 14th
$625 Due March 14th
$300 - Balance of deposit due April 1st
Fill out contact form below to receive a detailed flyer on this exciting program!!
Students who choose to enroll in the pharmacy technician program will develop the ability to swiftly and correctly calculate dosages, dispense medications, prepare prescription labels and fill prescriptions for approval by pharmacists. Other key areas of concentration include:
- Processing Prescriptions
- Pharmaceutical Calculations
- Medical & Pharmaceutical Terminology
- Drug Classifications & Safety
- Dosage Calculations
- Medication Inventory Management
- Customer Service/Customer Relations
Graduates will be eligible to apply to the California Board of Pharmacy for pharmacy technician license.
"Employment of pharmacy technicians is projected to grow 20 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. Several factors will lead to increased demand for prescription medications."
"Pharmacy technicians held about 355,300 jobs in 2012. They worked primarily in pharmacies, including those found in grocery and drug stores. Some technicians work in hospitals or clinics."