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Pharmacy Technician Apprenticeship

Want to work in a professional environment in the healthcare field? Looking for opportunities to move up in your career?

Pharmacy Technicians prepare medications under the direction of a pharmacist, including measuring, mixing, counting out, labeling, and recording amounts and dosages of medications according to prescription orders. The median wage for Pharmacy Technicians in Vermont is $15.48 per hour. Many Pharmacy Technicians are also offered benefits such as paid time off and health insurance.

The pharmacy technician apprenticeship includes a new credit-bearing course, Introduction to Pharmacy, and CCV’s new Customer Service course, which includes the Customer Service Institute of America’s Certified Customer Service Experience Professional credential. Once you have finished your on-the-job training, you can also sit for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s national assessment.

Related Instruction for Pharmacy Technician Apprenticeship

Course Number Course Name Credits
AHS 1712 Introduction to Pharmacy 3
BUS 1712 Customer Service 3
CIS 1430 Spreadsheets 3

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