Review, Dispense, Manage & Assist

Help pharmacists by dispensing and assisting customers with their prescription medications.

Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy technician

Pharmacy technicians assist pharmacists to dispense prescription medication. Depending on the position, the technician may fulfill a range of job responsibilities. Technicians may manage third-party billing, answer telephones, direct customers to items or to the pharmacist for medication consultation, receive written prescriptions, clean and sterilize dispensing bottles and instruments, answer questions regarding non-drug products and collect payments. They work in retail and hospital settings. 

In our noncredit, short-term training pharmacy technician program, you will:

  • Train with industry professionals to learn best practices in the field 
  • Prepare to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s CPT exam to become a certified pharmacy technician

Fall 2021 session

DATES COST LOCATION COURSE CODE

August 29-December 11

$1,200

Online

CE 082 3001

*A mandatory Orientation Session will be held on Tuesday, August 24 from 7-8 pm via Zoom. All students who are registered for the Fall 2021 session must attend the Orientation Session.

Program Details

Contact Us

Melissa GallagherDirector of Short-Term Training & Continuing EducationP815-825-9466Emgallagher1@kish.edu

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