Pharmacy Technician Classes at Omaha’s Premier Medical Certification School

BECOME A CERTIFIED PHARMACY TECHNICIAN (PHARM TECH) WITH THIS HANDS-ON COURSE

Hours To Completion: 140

  • 124 hrs online work
  • 8 hours on campus checkpoints
  • 8 hours externship at Consonus Pharmacy

All Inclusive Tuition: $750*

Includes tuition, online study materials, practice test, exam application, one state exam

Payment Plans Available

Requirements To Enroll:

Students must be registered by DHHS as a Pharmacy Technician

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Be a high school graduate or have a GED equivalent
  • Never been convicted of any non-alcohol, drug-related misdemeanor or felony

UPCOMING PHARM TECH COURSES

Make sure to secure your seat in an upcoming class today!

LocationClassroom Day Part & LocationClassroom Dates
FortWeekend: Omaha Nov. 18 - Feb. 10, 2024

Enroll by 11/14

9:00 am - 11:00 pm
1) Nov. 18
2) Dec. 16 11:00am - 1:00pm
3) Jan. 6
4) Feb. 10

The Pharmacy Technician Program is a 12-week course that combines online learning, and in-class checkpoints. Plus through an externship at Consonus Pharmacy, students will be exposed to an extensive fulfillment center, stellar customer service, meticulous billing practices, IV administration, and precise order management.

This program is approved by the Nebraska Board of Pharmacy. If you’d like to learn more about Nebraska’s requirements, click HERE.

During your externship, you will be exposed to the following areas: Order Management, Intravenous Therapy, Billing, Customer Service and the Fulfillment Center.

This course prepares and meets the requirements for students to register and take the ExCPT exam through the National Healthcareer Association. Upon completion of all course requirements and successfully passing the ExCPT exam, students will be awarded certification and will be allowed to use the credentials of CPhT in all 50 states.

Certification is valid for two years and must be renewed within this time frame to remain valid. Please note that 20 hours of continuing education are required within each renewal period. Many times, your employer can provide these hours of training. 

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The Quality Career Pathways Pharmacy Technician Program Details:

The Course Will Teach You How To:

  • Complete patient paperwork
  • Accept payments & process insurance claims
  • Receive & verify prescriptions
  • Price & fill prescriptions
  • Package & label prescriptions
  • Manage drug supplies

Additional Fees

  • Any registration or background check fees through DHHS.

Course Materials

  • Curriculum created by National Healthcareer Association and QCP
  • Approved by Nebraska Board of Pharmacy
  • ExCPT exam administered by National Heathcareer Association
  • Accepted in all states that require national certification

Coursework Evaluation

  • Self-reported measure of confidence within each lesson
  • 80% or above required on all summative end of lesson quizzes
  • In class reviews – remediation if necessary
  • Externship evaluation

Testing

The ExCPT exam fee is included in tuition. Students will self-register to take the exam.

How to Enroll

  1. Complete and submit the Application Information for Nebraska Pharmacy Technician Registration
  2. Complete our Application
  3. Make a payment to secure your seat in an upcoming class
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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PHARM TECH AND A CPhT?

The short answer is nothing. CPhT is the technical title, with its letters standing for Certified Pharmacy Technician. When naming our courses, we simply felt that the acronym was a mouthful, so we voted to keep things simple.  But don’t worry. You will be certified to use both titles once you are done with this course.

CAREER OUTLOOK

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field for CPhTs is projected to grow by 4% between 2020 and 2030 with a median salary of $16.87 per hour.

This projection is due to two factors: the rising numbers of an older population that requires more medication than young people and the fact that many pharmacists are being tasked with other duties, like providing flu shots, that take them away from fulfilling prescriptions.

What does this mean for you? There will be increasing number of open Pharmacy Technician positions to you after you graduate.

This does not guarantee employment or specific earning potentials, it simply represents the career outlook to our students.

*Includes $150 Registration/Application Fee

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