Complete the Pharmacy Assistant course at Medtech in only four weeks!
Medtech offers a pharmacy assistant course that aims at introducing you to the techniques needed to prepare and dispense medications in both institutional and community pharmacy settings. You will learn the sterile and non-sterile techniques needed to prepare medications, as well as measuring and compounding drugs. Our pharmacy technician course can teach you to read prescriptions, prepare and label medications, and maintain patient profiles.
Break into the fast-growing healthcare field and give your resume a boost with our short-term courses in healthcare. The education you receive through our pharmacy assistant training in Indiana and Kentucky could help you become a pharmacy assistant.
Certificates for the pharmacy assistant training program are awarded only to those who have attended a minimum of 75% of class sessions. The pharmacy assistant certificate will denote proficiency or non-proficiency status. In order to acquire and demonstrate the necessary skills, attendance at the final class is required to receive proficiency status.
Programs start every month
Weekday and weekend classes are available
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for pharmacy assistants is expected to increase by 20% from 2012 through 2022, adding an additional 70,700 pharmacy assistant jobs to the market.
We offer our pharmacy assistant classes in Indianapolis, Greenwood and Fort Wayne, Indiana and Lexington, Kentucky. If you’re looking for accredited colleges or want to know more about our continuing education courses, request information or give us a call at 1-877-287-1612.
Medtech's name speaks directly to each campus' primary focus: preparing career professionals for medical-related fields in strong learning environments that are technologically oriented. It also communicates that Medtech campuses provide personalized hands-on, practical learning experiences so students are prepared to achieve all that is possible while creating new futures for themselves in healthcare.