A Pharmacy Technician is a bridge between consumers and pharmacists, whether by assisting the pharmacist by filling prescription orders, entering patient information into a database, troubleshooting insurance claims, or assisting in other activities within the pharmacy.
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Using both theory and hands-on training, the Pharmacy Technician program at Concorde Career College prepares students to learn skills such as medication preparation, distribution and storage, medication orders and reviews, and drug-use review. Concorde offers the pharmacy technician program at our Tampa, Miramar, Dallas, and Orlando campuses.
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Do you see yourself assisting pharmacy consumers in a fast-paced work setting? Our school prepares students for a career as a Pharmacy Technician in this fast-growing field with trained facilities and educators who have years of practical experience working in healthcare. Our Pharmacy Technician training program students serve effectively in a consumer care role in a pharmacy setting in as few as 6 months.
*Program length can vary by Location, see specific Campus Catalog for program length
At Concorde, each Pharmacy Technician course prepares students to directly apply classroom knowledge to a work setting through a combination of theory and hands-on training experiences.
Classroom-to-career skills training
At our pharmacy technician schools, your coursework will include an emphasis on the following areas:
- Medication preparation, distribution and storage
- Prescriptions/medication orders and reviews
- Drug-use review and pharmacy management
- Pharmacy equipment and facilities maintenance
- Collecting patient information
Pharmacy Technician jobs are projected to grow at an as-fast-as-average rate of 4 percent*. The need for prescription medications continues to increase based on a number of factors. Find out more about what a career in pharmacy looks like.
*Source: BLS.gov 2019-2029
Where can I work as a pharmacy technician?
Pharmacy technicians are in demand in a number of work settings, including:
Accreditation and Licensure
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In order to graduate from the Pharmacy Technician (Diploma) program, students must successfully complete the following curriculum:
In order to graduate from the Pharmacy Technician (Associate of Applied Science) program, students must successfully complete the following curriculum: