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Pharmacy Technician Certificate Full Program Pharmacy Technicians primarily assist the pharmacist, help prepare and distribute medications, review prescriptions for completeness and authenticity, assist in payment and billing, control inventory and place orders. Full-time Pharmacy Techs earn between $31,000 and $46,000 per year (part-time positions also exist) and often receive benefits. Pharmacy Techs working in a clinical environment like a hospital typically earn 30-40% more per hour, up to $79,000 per year. Pharmacy Technician is among the fastest growing occupations in California, predicted to grow by 25-35% through 2018. The Westside Extension Pharmacy Technician Program can prepare you for a career in this high-demand field in 9 months. Program Features   Certificate program can be completed in 9 months. Classes meet Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturdays. Attend school while you work! 8 start times a year, you can begin your training almost any month. Our clinical training gives you greater opportunities to earn money as a Pharmacy Tech and to advance in your career. AFFORDABLE! Program cost is $3,300 plus books, materials and other required fees. Or pay as you go in three installments (total $3,550). Our program curriculum meets the requirements of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). When you complete the required course work and meet the state requirements, you are able to obtain a State of California Pharmacy Technician license and can work in retail pharmacies, hospitals and other healthcare settings. Program is WorkSource Center (iTRAIN) approved and can be provided FREE to job seekers who qualify for occupational training. CLICK HERE to find your local WorkSource Center. Program Schedule E. Sterile and Non Sterile Products & Compounding   Feb. 20-March 29 (No meeting March 31-April 6) Learn to prepare non sterile compound mediations, including creams, ointments, lotions, gels, suspensions, syrups and capsules. Receive hands-on training in the preparation of sterile products, like IVs, which are used in hospitals and other clinical facilities. Covers aseptic techniques, parenteral calculations, sterile dosage forms and quality assurance procedures. A. Pharmacy Calculations  April 10-May 5 Learn to perform the calculations related to drug dosage, measurements of strength and preparations of medications. B. Retail Pharmacy Operations   May 8-June 19 (No meeting May 26-28) Gain an understanding of the roles and opportunities open to pharmacy technicians in retail, closed-door, home healthcare, and mail order pharmacy settings. Become competent in handling and gain hands-on experience preparing medications in our lab. Learn about pharmaceutical dosage forms, practice prescription labeling and perform role-playing scenarios. An emphasis will be on workforce professionalism and handling and preparing medications following legal and ethical guidelines. C. Pharmacology    June 21-July 26 Learn the use and side effects of prescription medications, nonprescription medications and alternative therapies used to treat diseases affecting the muscular, skeletal, respiratory, renal, cardiovascular, hematologic and other body systems. Learn the brand and generic name, standard pronunciation, routes of administration for each medication studied and the medical terminology and abbreviations associated with the various medication therapies. D. Hospital Pharmacy Services   July 28-Aug. 9 Gain hands-on training in an hospital (inpatient) pharmacy setting, covering pharmacy patient profile maintenance and medication preparation, order processing and distribution using manual and automated systems. Note that you cannot start the program with this module. F. Pharmacy Externship   120 hours, schedule TBA approx. Aug. 14-Nov. 13 After you have successfully completed all 5 classroom modules, practice your Pharmacy Technician skills in a real-life community pharmacy. Externships schedules are flexible so you will start your externship anytime in the year after you have completed your classroom training. Classes meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45-10 pm and Saturdays 9 am-5 pm. Dates and times are subject to change. To enroll in the full program, add this class to your cart and checkout. Also, please complete this questionnaire so we can learn more about you. To enroll in the program and pay in 3 installments, click here to go to the Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program-Part 1. Note: To participate in the clinical experiences, you must be a high school grad and at least 18 years old. You will also need to get a clear criminal background check and a clear drug screen (this and other lab materials will cost about $200).     Like us on Facebook.       Follow us on Twitter.             

Schedule : Multiple Class Schedules:   Weekly - Tue, Thu 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 47 sessions starting 2/20/2018, ending 8/9/2018. 
   Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 22 sessions starting 2/24/2018, ending 8/4/2018. 
   Weekly(13) - Tue 9:00 AM - 7:45 PM; 2 sessions starting 8/14/2018, ending 11/13/2018. <
 Class Skip Dates :
  (No class on 3/29/2018, 3/31/2018, 4/3/2018, 4/5/2018, 5/26/2018)

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Verej Isanians  2.Christine Tannious 

Location : Multiple Location : 
  West Los Angeles College
  Off Campus.

Class Fee: $3,300.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Start date: 02/20/18

End date: 11/13/18



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Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program - Part 1 Pharmacy Technicians primarily assist the pharmacist, help prepare and distribute medications, review prescriptions for completeness and authenticity, assist in payment and billing, control inventory and place orders. Full-time Pharmacy Techs earn between $31,000 and $46,000 per year (part-time positions also exist) and often receive benefits. Pharmacy Techs working in a clinical environment like a hospital typically earn 30-40% more per hour, up to $79,000 per year. Pharmacy Technician is among the fastest growing occupations in California, predicted to grow by 25-35% through 2018. The Westside Extension Pharmacy Technician Program can prepare you for a career in this high-demand field in 9 months. Program Features   Certificate program can be completed in 9 months. Classes meet Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturdays. Attend school while you work! 8 start times a year, you can begin your training almost any month. Our clinical training gives you greater opportunities to earn money as a Pharmacy Tech and to advance in your career. AFFORDABLE! Program cost is $3,300 plus books, materials and other required fees. Or pay as you go in three installments (total $3,550). Our program curriculum meets the requirements of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). When you complete the required course work and meet the state requirements, you are able to obtain a State of California Pharmacy Technician license and can work in retail pharmacies, hospitals and other healthcare settings. Program is WorkSource Center (iTRAIN) approved and can be provided FREE to job seekers who qualify for occupational training. CLICK HERE to find your local WorkSource Center. Program Schedule - Part 1 E. Sterile and Non Sterile Products & Compounding   Feb. 20-March 29 (No meeting March 31-April 6) Learn to prepare non sterile compound mediations, including creams, ointments, lotions, gels, suspensions, syrups and capsules. Receive hands-on training in the preparation of sterile products, like IVs, which are used in hospitals and other clinical facilities. Covers aseptic techniques, parenteral calculations, sterile dosage forms and quality assurance procedures. A. Pharmacy Calculations  April 10-May 5 Learn to perform the calculations related to drug dosage, measurements of strength and preparations of medications. Classes meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45-10 pm and Saturdays 9 am-5 pm. Dates and times are subject to change. To register for your first installment, add this class to your cart and checkout. Also, please complete this questionnaire so we can learn more about you. To enroll in enroll in the full 9-month program, click here to go to the Pharmacy Technician Full Program. Note: To participate in the clinical experiences, you must be a high school grad and at least 18 years old. You will also need to get a clear criminal background check and a clear drug screen (this and other lab materials will cost about $200).     Like us on Facebook.       Follow us on Twitter.             

Schedule : Multiple Class Schedules:   Weekly - Tue, Thu 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 19 sessions starting 2/20/2018, ending 5/3/2018. 
   Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 10 sessions starting 2/24/2018, ending 5/5/2018. <
 Class Skip Dates :
  (No class on 3/29/2018, 3/31/2018, 4/3/2018, 4/5/2018)

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Verej Isanians  2.Christine Tannious 

Location : West Los Angeles College Location : 
  West Los Angeles College.

Class Fee: $1,450.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Please read: PART 1 COVERS ONLY the modules listed in the ...More

Start date: 02/20/18

End date: 05/05/18



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Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program Pharmacy Technicians primarily assist the pharmacist, help prepare and distribute medications, review prescriptions for completeness and authenticity, assist in payment and billing, control inventory and place orders. Full-time Pharmacy Techs earn between $31,000 and $46,000 per year (part-time positions also exist) and often receive benefits. Pharmacy Techs working in a clinical environment like a hospital typically earn 30-40% more per hour, up to $79,000 per year. Pharmacy Technician is among the fastest growing occupations in California, predicted to grow by 25-35% through 2018. The Westside Extension Pharmacy Technician Program can prepare you for a career in this high-demand field in 9 months. Attend this FREE Information Session on Wed., March 21, at 7 pm to learn how our program prepares you to work in this exciting field. Also, please complete this questionnaire so we can learn more about you! Program Features   Certificate program can be completed in 9 months. Classes meet Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturdays. Attend school while you work! 8 start times a year, you can begin your training almost any month. Our clinical training gives you greater opportunities to earn money as a Pharmacy Tech and to advance in your career. AFFORDABLE! Program cost is $3,300 plus books, materials and other required fees. Or pay as you go in three installments (total $3,550). Our program curriculum meets the requirements of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). When you complete the required course work and meet the state requirements, you are able to obtain a State of California Pharmacy Technician license and can work in retail pharmacies, hospitals and other healthcare settings. Program is WorkSource Center (iTRAIN) approved and can be provided FREE to job seekers who qualify for occupational training. CLICK HERE to find your local WorkSource Center. Program Schedule (Feb. 20 Start Date) E. Sterile and Non Sterile Products & Compounding   Feb. 20-March 29 (No meeting March 31-April 6) Learn to prepare non sterile compound mediations, including creams, ointments, lotions, gels, suspensions, syrups and capsules. Receive hands-on training in the preparation of sterile products, like IVs, which are used in hospitals and other clinical facilities. Covers aseptic techniques, parenteral calculations, sterile dosage forms and quality assurance procedures. A. Pharmacy Calculations  April 10-May 5 Learn to perform the calculations related to drug dosage, measurements of strength and preparations of medications. B. Retail Pharmacy Operations   May 8-June 19 Gain an understanding of the roles and opportunities open to pharmacy technicians in retail, closed-door, home healthcare, and mail order pharmacy settings. Become competent in handling and gain hands-on experience preparing medications in our lab. Learn about pharmaceutical dosage forms, practice prescription labeling and perform role-playing scenarios. An emphasis will be on workforce professionalism and handling and preparing medications following legal and ethical guidelines. C. Pharmacology    June 21-July 26 Learn the use and side effects of prescription medications, nonprescription medications and alternative therapies used to treat diseases affecting the muscular, skeletal, respiratory, renal, cardiovascular, hematologic and other body systems. Learn the brand and generic name, standard pronunciation, routes of administration for each medication studied and the medical terminology and abbreviations associated with the various medication therapies. D. Hospital Pharmacy Services   July 28-Aug. 9 Gain hands-on training in an hospital (inpatient) pharmacy setting, covering pharmacy patient profile maintenance and medication preparation, order processing and distribution using manual and automated systems. Note that you cannot start the program with this module. F. Pharmacy Externship   120 hours, schedule TBA approx. Aug. 14-Nov. 13 After you have successfully completed all 5 classroom modules, practice your Pharmacy Technician skills in a real-life community pharmacy. Externships schedules are flexible so you will start your externship anytime in the year after you have completed your classroom training. Classes meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45-10 pm and Saturdays 9 am-5 pm. Dates and times are subject to change. Next Program Begins Feb. 20. Register Today!   To enroll in the Feb. 20 Pharmacy Technician Program, click here to go to the Pharmacy Technician Full Program. To enroll in the program and pay in 3 installments, click here to go to the Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program-Part 1. Note: To participate in the clinical experiences, you must be a high school grad and at least 18 years old. You will also need to get a clear criminal background check and a clear drug screen (this and other lab materials will cost about $200).   Like us on Facebook.       Follow us on Twitter.           

Schedule : Weekly - Wed 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM; starting 3/21/2018, ending 3/21/2018

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Verej Isanians  2.Christine Tannious 

Location : West Los Angeles College Location : 
  West Los Angeles College.

Class Fee: $0.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Start date: 03/21/18

End date: 03/21/18



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Pharmacy Technician Certificate Full Program Pharmacy Technicians primarily assist the pharmacist, help prepare and distribute medications, review prescriptions for completeness and authenticity, assist in payment and billing, control inventory and place orders. Full-time Pharmacy Techs earn between $31,000 and $46,000 per year (part-time positions also exist) and often receive benefits. Pharmacy Techs working in a clinical environment like a hospital typically earn 30-40% more per hour, up to $79,000 per year. Pharmacy Technician is among the fastest growing occupations in California, predicted to grow by 25-35% through 2018. The Westside Extension Pharmacy Technician Program can prepare you for a career in this high-demand field in 9 months.   Join us at our next Pharmacy Technician Program FREE Information Session to learn about the profession and our exciting program, meet our instructors and tour our lab.   Program Features   Certificate program can be completed in 9 months. Classes meet Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturdays. Attend school while you work! 8 start times a year, you can begin your training almost any month. Our clinical training gives you greater opportunities to earn money as a Pharmacy Tech and to advance in your career. AFFORDABLE! Program cost is $3,300 plus books, materials and other required fees. Or pay as you go in three installments (total $3,550). Our program curriculum meets the requirements of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). When you complete the required course work and meet the state requirements, you are able to obtain a State of California Pharmacy Technician license and can work in retail pharmacies, hospitals and other healthcare settings. Program is WorkSource Center (iTRAIN) approved and can be provided FREE to job seekers who qualify for occupational training. CLICK HERE to find your local WorkSource Center. Program Schedule A. Pharmacy Calculations  April 10-May 5 Learn to perform the calculations related to drug dosage, measurements of strength and preparations of medications. B. Retail Pharmacy Operations   May 8-June 19 (No meeting May 26-28) Gain an understanding of the roles and opportunities open to pharmacy technicians in retail, closed-door, home healthcare, and mail order pharmacy settings. Become competent in handling and gain hands-on experience preparing medications in our lab. Learn about pharmaceutical dosage forms, practice prescription labeling and perform role-playing scenarios. An emphasis will be on workforce professionalism and handling and preparing medications following legal and ethical guidelines. C. Pharmacology    June 21-July 26 Learn the use and side effects of prescription medications, nonprescription medications and alternative therapies used to treat diseases affecting the muscular, skeletal, respiratory, renal, cardiovascular, hematologic and other body systems. Learn the brand and generic name, standard pronunciation, routes of administration for each medication studied and the medical terminology and abbreviations associated with the various medication therapies. D. Hospital Pharmacy Services   July 28-Aug. 9 Gain hands-on training in an hospital (inpatient) pharmacy setting, covering pharmacy patient profile maintenance and medication preparation, order processing and distribution using manual and automated systems. Note that you cannot start the program with this module. E. Sterile and Non Sterile Products & Compounding   Aug. 14-Sept. 25 (No meeting Sept. 1-3) Learn to prepare non sterile compound mediations, including creams, ointments, lotions, gels, suspensions, syrups and capsules. Receive hands-on training in the preparation of sterile products, like IVs, which are used in hospitals and other clinical facilities. Covers aseptic techniques, parenteral calculations, sterile dosage forms and quality assurance procedures. F. Pharmacy Externship   120 hours, schedule TBA approx. Oct. 2-Jan. 8, 2019) After you have successfully completed all 5 classroom modules, practice your Pharmacy Technician skills in a real-life community pharmacy. Externships schedules are flexible so you will start your externship anytime in the year after you have completed your classroom training. Classes meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45-10 pm and Saturdays 9 am-5 pm. Dates and times are subject to change. To enroll in the full program, add this class to your cart and checkout. Also, please complete this questionnaire so we can learn more about you. To enroll in the program and pay in 3 installments, click here to go to the Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program-Part 1. Note: To participate in the clinical experiences, you must be a high school grad and at least 18 years old. You will also need to get a clear criminal background check and a clear drug screen (this and other lab materials will cost about $200).   Like us on Facebook.       Follow us on Twitter.             

Schedule : Multiple Class Schedules:   Weekly - Tue, Thu 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 49 sessions starting 4/10/2018, ending 9/25/2018. 
   Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 22 sessions starting 4/14/2018, ending 9/22/2018. 
   Weekly(14) - Tue 9:00 AM - 7:45 PM; 2 sessions starting 10/2/2018, ending 1/8/2019. <
 Class Skip Dates :
  (No class on 5/26/2018, 9/1/2018)

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Verej Isanians  2.Christine Tannious 

Location : Multiple Location : 
  West Los Angeles College
  Off Campus.

Class Fee: $3,300.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Start date: 04/10/18

End date: 01/08/19



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Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program - Part 1 Pharmacy Technicians primarily assist the pharmacist, help prepare and distribute medications, review prescriptions for completeness and authenticity, assist in payment and billing, control inventory and place orders. Full-time Pharmacy Techs earn between $31,000 and $46,000 per year (part-time positions also exist) and often receive benefits. Pharmacy Techs working in a clinical environment like a hospital typically earn 30-40% more per hour, up to $79,000 per year. Pharmacy Technician is among the fastest growing occupations in California, predicted to grow by 25-35% through 2018. The Westside Extension Pharmacy Technician Program can prepare you for a career in this high-demand field in 9 months.   Join us at our next Pharmacy Technician Program FREE Information Session to learn about the profession and our exciting program, meet our instructors and tour our lab.   Program Features   Certificate program can be completed in 9 months. Classes meet Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturdays. Attend school while you work! 8 start times a year, you can begin your training almost any month. Our clinical training gives you greater opportunities to earn money as a Pharmacy Tech and to advance in your career. AFFORDABLE! Program cost is $3,300 plus books, materials and other required fees. Or pay as you go in three installments (total $3,550). Our program curriculum meets the requirements of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). When you complete the required course work and meet the state requirements, you are able to obtain a State of California Pharmacy Technician license and can work in retail pharmacies, hospitals and other healthcare settings. Program is WorkSource Center (iTRAIN) approved and can be provided FREE to job seekers who qualify for occupational training. CLICK HERE to find your local WorkSource Center. Program Schedule - Part 1 A. Pharmacy Calculations  April 10-May 5 Learn to perform the calculations related to drug dosage, measurements of strength and preparations of medications. B. Retail Pharmacy Operations   May 8-June 19 (No meeting May 26-28) Gain an understanding of the roles and opportunities open to pharmacy technicians in retail, closed-door, home healthcare, and mail order pharmacy settings. Become competent in handling and gain hands-on experience preparing medications in our lab. Learn about pharmaceutical dosage forms, practice prescription labeling and perform role-playing scenarios. An emphasis will be on workforce professionalism and handling and preparing medications following legal and ethical guidelines. Classes meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45-10 pm and Saturdays 9 am-5 pm. Dates and times are subject to change. To register for your first installment, add this class to your cart and checkout. Also, please complete this questionnaire so we can learn more about you. To enroll in enroll in the full 9-month program, click here to go to the Pharmacy Technician Full Program. Note: To participate in the clinical experiences, you must be a high school grad and at least 18 years old. You will also need to get a clear criminal background check and a clear drug screen (this and other lab materials will cost about $200).   Like us on Facebook.       Follow us on Twitter.             

Schedule : Multiple Class Schedules:   Weekly - Tue, Thu 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 21 sessions starting 4/10/2018, ending 6/19/2018. 
   Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 9 sessions starting 4/14/2018, ending 6/16/2018. <
 Class Skip Dates :
  (No class on 5/26/2018)

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Verej Isanians  2.Christine Tannious 

Location : West Los Angeles College Location : 
  West Los Angeles College.

Class Fee: $1,450.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Please read: PART 1 COVERS ONLY the modules listed in the ...More

Start date: 04/10/18

End date: 06/19/18



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This is Part 2 of the Pharmacy Tech certificate program, for those students who have already successfully completed Part 1. You will need to complete the courses in parts 1, 2 & 3 to complete the certificate program. Part 3 (externship) costs $650 and will conclude the program. If you are interested in the Pharmacy Technician program, please visit our information page to learn more about our program and view our next start date. Part 2 includes the following modules: A. Pharmacy Calculations  April 10-May 5 Learn to perform the calculations related to drug dosage, measurements of strength and preparations of medications. B. Retail Pharmacy Operations   May 8-June 19 (No meeting May 26-28) Gain an understanding of the roles and opportunities open to pharmacy technicians in retail, closed-door, home healthcare, and mail order pharmacy settings. Become competent in handling and gain hands-on experience preparing medications in our lab. Learn about pharmaceutical dosage forms, practice prescription labeling and perform role-playing scenarios. An emphasis will be on workforce professionalism and handling and preparing medications following legal and ethical guidelines. Classes meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45-10 pm and Saturdays 9 am-5 pm. Dates and times are subject to change.

Schedule : Multiple Class Schedules:   Weekly - Tue, Thu 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 21 sessions starting 4/10/2018, ending 6/19/2018. 
   Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 9 sessions starting 4/14/2018, ending 6/16/2018. <
 Class Skip Dates :
  (No class on 5/26/2018)

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Verej Isanians  2.Christine Tannious 

Location : West Los Angeles College Location : 
  West Los Angeles College.

Class Fee: $1,450.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Please read: FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS ONLY.

Start date: 04/10/18

End date: 06/19/18



View Details »
This is Part 2 of the Pharmacy Tech certificate program, for those students who have already successfully completed Part 1. You will need to complete the courses in parts 1, 2 & 3 to complete the certificate program. Part 3 (externship) costs $650 and will conclude the program. If you are interested in the Pharmacy Technician program, please visit our information page to learn more about our program and view our next start date. Part 2 includes the following modules: E. Sterile and Non Sterile Products & Compounding   Feb. 20-March 29 (No meeting March 31-April 6) Learn to prepare non sterile compound mediations, including creams, ointments, lotions, gels, suspensions, syrups and capsules. Receive hands-on training in the preparation of sterile products, like IVs, which are used in hospitals and other clinical facilities. Covers aseptic techniques, parenteral calculations, sterile dosage forms and quality assurance procedures. A. Pharmacy Calculations  April 10-May 5 Learn to perform the calculations related to drug dosage, measurements of strength and preparations of medications. Classes meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:45-10 pm and Saturdays 9 am-5 pm. Dates and times are subject to change.

Schedule : Multiple Class Schedules:   Weekly - Tue, Thu 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 20 sessions starting 2/20/2018, ending 5/3/2018. 
   Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 10 sessions starting 2/24/2018, ending 5/5/2018. <
 Class Skip Dates :
  (No class on 3/31/2018, 4/3/2018, 4/5/2018)

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Verej Isanians  2.Christine Tannious 

Location : West Los Angeles College Location : 
  West Los Angeles College.

Class Fee: $1,450.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Please read: FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS ONLY.

Start date: 02/20/18

End date: 05/05/18



View Details »
This is Part 3 of the Pharmacy Tech certificate program, for those students who have already successfully completed Parts 1 & 2.  This is the final part of the program which covers the externship, listed below.   Pharmacy Externship Practice your skills developed in other Pharmacy Tech courses in a community or outpatient pharmacy. There will be some meetings in class as a group.  Your schedule for this 120-hour externship program will be arranged.

Schedule : Weekly(14) - Tue 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 4/10/2018, ending 7/17/2018

Instructor : Christine Tannious 

Location : Off Campus Location : 
  Off Campus.

Class Fee: $650.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Start date: 04/10/18

End date: 07/17/18



View Details »
This is Part 3 of the Pharmacy Tech certificate program, for those students who have already successfully completed Parts 1 & 2.  This is the final part of the program which covers the externship, listed below.   Pharmacy Externship Practice your skills developed in other Pharmacy Tech courses in a community or outpatient pharmacy. There will be some meetings in class as a group.  Your schedule for this 120-hour externship program will be arranged.

Schedule : Weekly(13) - Tue 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 2/20/2018, ending 5/22/2018

Instructor : Christine Tannious 

Location : Off Campus Location : 
  Off Campus.

Class Fee: $650.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Start date: 02/20/18

End date: 05/22/18



View Details »
This is Part 3 of the Pharmacy Tech certificate program, for those students who have already successfully completed Parts 1 & 2.  This is the final part of the program which covers the externship, listed below.   Pharmacy Externship Practice your skills developed in other Pharmacy Tech courses in a community or outpatient pharmacy. There will be some meetings in class as a group.  Your schedule for this 120-hour externship program will be arranged.

Schedule : Weekly(14) - Tue 6:45 PM - 10:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 5/8/2018, ending 8/14/2018

Instructor : Christine Tannious 

Location : Off Campus Location : 
  Off Campus.

Class Fee: $650.00

Materials Fee: $0.00

Start date: 05/08/18

End date: 08/14/18



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