A few weeks ago, I was trying to figure out which pharmacy technician certificate I should get.
I wanted to be sure that I didn’t miss out on a good job opportunity, and that I could find a job that would be paying enough for me to retire on a fixed income.
I decided that I wanted a pharmacy technician degree, but it wasn’t necessarily the one that I would want to take, or that I needed to take.
I was also curious about whether I should really get a pharmacy tech certification or just take the general pharmacy tech certificate that comes with the pharmacy technician license.
If I didn´t want to spend money, or get a job, or go to school, or even buy a new drug, then what did I have to lose?
The best answer I could come up with was that it was either the pharmacy tech, or the general pharmacist, but I didn`t have time to explore the difference between them.
So I was stuck.
What to do?
Well, I knew that the general pharmacacist certifications had a higher completion rate than the pharmacy technic, so it was possible that I might be able to save a lot of money by going the pharmacy technology route.
But, before I decided to take the pharmacy industry certifications, I had to figure something out about what kind of pharmacy technician I was.
I decided to focus on general pharmacy technicians because they were more likely to have a high level of education and training than pharmacists.
I also didn´tt want to go to pharmacy school and then have to take pharmacy technician classes to keep up with the demand for pharmacists in the industry.
The Pharmacy Technicians Association of America (PTSA) has some great resources for you to find the best pharmacy technician training programs in your area, including pharmacy technicians, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy technologists, pharmacy techs, pharmacy technicals, and pharmacy technicians.
In the meantime, here is a list of the most commonly asked questions about pharmacy technicians that I found on the PTAA website:What is a pharmacy?
When you apply for a pharmacy license, you will be asked a few questions about your education, your family background, and other information.
When should I apply?
To apply for your pharmacy technician program, you need to have completed at least 12 months of training at a pharmacy, which will include: basic pharmacy, pharmacy technician, or pharmacy technician experience.
Which pharmacy program is best for me?
The PTAB says that the best program for the person applying for a pharmacist license is a general pharmacy, with the training provided by an accredited pharmacy technician.
The PTABA also says that general pharmacy training is best suited to those who are not proficient in their chosen field, and who have not taken pharmacy school or have been working in a job where they have not previously taken a pharmacy program.
How many pharmacy technician hours should I take?
As an example, I wanted someone who was in the general population, had completed at most 12 months pharmacy training, and was already working in an approved job.
If I chose the general program, I could expect to take between 7 and 8 hours a week, and I would be required to complete 10 hours a day of basic pharmacy training.
To find out if a particular pharmacy is a good fit for you, take a look at the pharmacy technicians on the PTSA website and compare their experience.
If you think that the program that you want to apply to is the right one for you or your family, then I recommend contacting the school directly to see if they have a pharmacy technologist, a general pharman, or a pharmacy specialist.