Pharmacy Technician

Health Services ICON100PHARMACY TECHNICIAN I Course No. 8305/8306

acecolorhermemail1 year – 3 high school credits and 3itshere200 college credits – Advanced Career Education (ACE) Center at Hermitage

ACE @ Hermitage Instructor: J. Willis

State Course Title: Pharmacy Technician I, Pharmacy Technician II.

The Pharmacy Technician program provides students with the skills needed to assist pharmacists in the delivery of health care services to clients in a variety of settings. Students will also receive instructionapplytoACEbutton200 that will enable them to sit for state and national certification exams.

Students will learn information about related careers; communication methods in the pharmacy setting; safety procedures; skills to assist pharmacists in preparing and dispensing medication; maintenance of medication inventory and inventory control systems; information about the administration and management of pharmacy practice.

Students have the opportunity to become licensed in the following area(s):

  • Pharmacy Technician


  • Workplace Readiness

Dual Enrollment with Reynolds Community College.

 General Pharmacology HLT 250: Emphasizes general pharmacology for the health-related professions, covering
general principles of drug actions/reactions, major drug classes, a specific agent within each class, and
routine mathematical calculations needed to determine desired dosages. Prerequisite or Co-requisite:
HLT 143.

Medical Terminology I HLT 143: Provides an understanding of medical abbreviations and terms. Includes the study of prefixes,
suffixes, word stems and technical terms with emphasis on proper spelling, pronunciation, and
usage. Emphasizes more complex skills and techniques in understanding medical terminology.

For questions please click here to visit the Health & Medical Sciences Specialist page.

Please see your counselor or instructor if you have questions. Click here for more information on this program.

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