Robeson Community College

Pharmacy Technician

PREPARE FOR A PHARMACY TECHNICIAN CAREER                 

Pharmacy technicians are used in a variety of ways to support the work of a supervising pharmacist. They will assist licensed pharmacists as they provide medication and other health care products to patients. They may assemble prescriptions in a pharmacist’s absence, but the pharmacist must check the medication before it is dispensed to a patient. Pharmacy technicians in North Carolina are considered a valuable part of a pharmacy’s team. The State Board of Pharmacy and the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists are looking for more ways to expand the pharmacy technician’s role. From measuring medications to maintaining patient records, your administrative and clinical knowledge will open doors in:

  • Hospitals       
  • Community pharmacies                                                                                                     
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Outpatient clinics                                                                                
  • Pharmaceutical companies                                                                                                                      
  • Subject matter for this class includes: pharmacy laws and regulations, pharmacy calculations, pharmacy terminology, proper handling and storage of medications, dispensing systems, labeling requirements, record-keeping, and documentation.

Prerequisite: High School diploma or GED

The tuition and fees for this class total $180 which does not include the cost for the certification exam. 

The next course schedule 1-8-19 through 6-11-2019 Tuesday & Thursday from 6:00pm to 10:00pm Building 17 Room 1729-A

Click here to register for this course or contact Ms. Barbara Sampson at 910-272-3407 or bsampson@robeson.edu

Program Director for this course is Eric Freeman efreeman@robeson.edu

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