Students can qualify to take the exam to be a nationally certified pharmacy technician after only 16 weeks of training at TCC. And, 99 percent of students who train at TCC pass this exam. Graduates of the program can work at pharmacies and/or hospitals and make a good living. They can also work while furthering their education in pharmacy, nursing or another career. No matter what they decide to do, becoming a nationally certified pharmacy technician will only enhance their resumes.
And, if you are Native American and a member of a tribe, you have even more options and earning potential.
Get more details by contacting Teresa Foster, coordinator of TCC's Pharmacy Technician program (918-595-7002).
Check out statistics: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/pharmacy-technicians.htm