Prepare for the upcoming PTCB exam in this 30-hour review. Practice questions for all con- cepts, learn tips from the experts, and conquer the PTCB exam.
Prerequisites: (1) Must be a graduate of the MK pharmacy technician program; (2) must currently be working in a pharmacy and can provide documentation from employer; (3) for students who did NOT take an MK program, an exam will be given to ensure they have the pharmacy knowledge needed for success in this cohort.
Learn the fundamentals and particulars of becoming a pharmacy technician. Discover various drug classes, basic physiology, drug interactions and daily pharmacy operations with Mark David. Train to effectively assist in pharmaceutical preparations and complete daily required tasks in any pharmacy environment. Training is geared towards those interested in becoming pharmacy technicians, pre–pharmacy students, pharmacy technicians who have not yet passed the national certification exam, or those with a healthcare background looking to strengthen their current skills. Practice and understand math concepts and calculations needed to become a certified pharmacy technician. You will participate in a 60 hour hands-on externship in a pharmacy setting. MK Education will find pharmacy placement proper paperwork has been submitted.
Prerequisites: High School Diploma or equivalent, high school math and reading comprehension, and the ability to read and write the English language. Individuals with prior drug convictions or other felonies may be prohibited from obtaining certification, employment, and/or license. For licensing questions, please contact the Illinois State Board of Pharmacy at 217-557-8786.
Students will receive their textbook as an e-book for assigned readings as well as a hard copy workbook. Internet accessibility is essential to successful completion of the program. Strongly recommend access to a laptop, desktop, or tablet for reading material.
Deadline: Sep 2
Please note: This program does not include the Certification Exam.
Please note: Upon completion of the training and licensing with the state, you will need to be able to produce your original high school diploma or GED equivalency certificate. Copies are not accepted by the Licensing Board.