The Remington College Pharmacy Technician Program provides you with training, skills, and knowledge designed to help you qualify for entry-level pharmacy technician jobs.
Working in retail or mail-order pharmacies as a pharmacy technician, you may have many responsibilities including:
* Establishing and maintaining patient profiles, preparing pharmacy insurance claim forms, and stocking and taking inventory of prescription and over-the-counter medications.
* Receiving written prescriptions or requests for refills; retrieving, counting, pouring, weighing, measuring, and mixing medications.
* Pricing and filling prescriptions to be verified by the pharmacist.
Upon completion of the pharmacy technician program, you’ll have been taught the basic skills and knowledge needed to prepare for your pharmacy technician certification exam if required and begin your career as a pharmacy tech. When considering pharmacy technician schools and colleges, please consider Remington College for pharmacy tech training.
Pharmacy Technician Diploma Courses
PHAT111 Dosage Calculations
PHAT112 Introduction to Computers
PHAT113 Pharmacy Practice
PHAT121 First Aid/CPR
PHAT122 Anatomy and Physiology for Mechanical Structures
PHAT132 Pharmacology for Mechanical Structures
PHAT142 Pharmacy Technology for Extemporaneous Compounding
PHAT151 Pharmacy Law and Ethics
PHAT153 Anatomy and Physiology for Visceral Structures
PHAT162 Pharmacology for Visceral Structures
PHAT172 Career Development
PHAT173 Pharmacy Technology for Parenteral Compounding