Pharmacy Technician Certification
Prepare to Meet Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Standards
Want general certification information? We can help! Certification is not required to start your pharmacy technician career, but it's the best way to make the most of your potential. It can lead to better career opportunities, increased income and security in a career that you enjoy.
Take the steps today! Add "Certified Pharmacy Technician" to your list of credentials when you pass the certification exam. The best news is that with Allied's Pass or Don't Pay Certification Exam Promise, there’s nothing to lose!
Maximize Your Career Potential with Pharmacy Technician Certification
- Increase your salary potential
- Increase your career opportunities
- Gain respectable, trusted credentials
- Demonstrate your high-level of knowledge
Once you pass the PTCB exam, you can use the designation "CPhT" after your name. The Certified Pharmacy Technician designation is valid for two years. During this time, you must complete 20 hours of continuing education to maintain your certification. Regulations to work in a pharmacy as a pharmacy technician vary from state to state – research general certification information to find out what rules apply in your state.
Allied's Pharmacy Technician Training prepares you to sit for the PTCB exam. From formulating and calculating prescriptions to learning how to type and navigate yourself around a pharmacy, you'll have the training and background to succeed! Set yourself apart from the competition with leading credentials in your field!
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