Pharmacy Technician Courses

Pharmacy Technician

You Will Learn How To

  • Define essentials of the constituent parts of the human body and describe cell structure and exchange processes
  • Comprehend functions, structures and processes of various body systems
  • Understand the physiological process of drug-interaction
  • Recognize the role and function of a pharmacy personnel and compare pharmacies in different settings
  • The way to deal with receiving and understanding prescriptions
  • Understand the major categories of OTC products
  • List types of insurance pertinent to pharmacies and describe procedures for third-party billing
  • Learn conversions and calculations for Pharmacy Technicians
  • Comprehend storage methods for medications
  • Learn about Asepsis and Repackaging
  • Prepare Parenteral and Compound Medications

Course Benefits

This course will provide students with an in-depth knowledge of Pharmacy Technician which involves preparing prescription labels, getting and returning drugs from stock, counting dosage unites of drug, filling and labeling appropriate containers, preparing dispensed records for signature or initials of pharmacist, providing filled prescriptions to patient receiving and recording payments and performing inventory counts. It is a complete program that starts with teaching anatomy and physiology for Pharmacy Technicians to Pharmacology Procedures for Technicians.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for people interested in pursuing a career as a Pharmacy Technician.


Topics covered

  • Anatomy & Physiology for Pharmacy Technicians

    • Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology
    • Introduction to Human Body Systems
    • Therapeutic Agents and the Human Body
  • Pharmacy Operations

    • Pharmacy Operations
    • Prescription Processing
    • OTC Medications & Herbal Medicines
    • Pharmacy Billing and Stocking
  • Pharmacology Procedures for Technicians

    • Conversions/Calculations for Pharmacy Techs.
    • Dosage Forms, Administration & Drug Information
    • Asepsis and Repackaging
    • Orient Prep. Parenteral & Compound Medications