Adult Program Number H170500

Program Description: This program is designed to enable students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes for employment in a pharmacy. Program graduates will be able to perform a variety of technical duties related to preparing and dispensing drugs according to standard procedures and laws under the supervision of a registered pharmacist.

Program Requirements: Students must be 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. A criminal background check and drug screen are required.

Program Cost: The approximate cost and fees for this program are $5,000. Adult Course and Clock Hours

HSC0003: Basic Healthcare Worker — The content of this course includes topics such as, health care systems, occupations, ethics, legal issues, emergency situations, infection control procedures, and blood borne diseases.

Adult - 90 clock hours

PTN0084: Pharmacy Technician 1 – The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of basic pharmaceutical chemistry and drug classification as it relates to the human physiology, perform clerical duties and identify medical and legal considerations.

Adult – 360 clock hours

PTN0085: Pharmacy Technician 2 – The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of basic pharmaceutical chemistry and drug classification as it relates to the human physiology, perform clerical duties and identify medical and legal considerations.

Adult – 300 clock hours

PTN0086: Pharmacy Technician 3 – The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of inventory control, initiate measurement and calculating techniques as it relates to community practice.

Adult – 300 clock hours