Our online Pharmacy Technician Course is your ticket to an exciting new career
After completing the Pharmacy Technician course, students will be able to:
The New York Institute of Career Development is proud to partner with Walgreens and CVS so that every student can complete a hands-on externship during the pharmacy tech course. This externship will give you real-life experience in a pharmacy environment, and will bring you one step closer to a successful career as a pharmacy technician.
Including ebooks, lesson texts, and hours of HD video training featuring experts in the field, explaining the most important concepts in detail.
Here to answer any questions that you might have along the way, you’ll have the full support of our faculty as you train for a new career.
There are no due dates or deadlines to worry about. You have up to two years to complete your course at no additional charge.
We have partnered with CVS and Walgreens to give students access to these reputable organization before gradution. We’ll help you find a convenient location for you.
The cost of the study materials, practice tests, and the exam itself are all covered by the school (a $180 value, yours free with enrollment).
This course will prepare you for one of the following certification exams:
These nationally-recognized industry certifications will ensure that you have the skills needed to succeed in this growing field. Your exam fee is covered in the price of the course.
Our online pharmacy tech course prepares you to become a certified pharmacy technician. Check out the job outlook for pharmacy technicians. If you're serious about training for a new career that you can be proud of, we want to help. Call 1-800-239-9275 or enroll online today.
A career in this field may require you to meet certain licensing, training, and other requirements that can vary by vocation and state. You should check with your state, local government, and/or licensing board to find out which requirements may be applicable in your state. Click here for contact information on state licensing/regulatory boards and certain professional licensing information. This is particularly important for residents of Florida, Massachusetts, Maine, Louisiana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Utah, and Washington.