Learn to be a Pharmacy Technician With Our Pharmacist Technician Program
A Pharmacist Technician Education from SLCHC Offers Promise of Good Pay, Bright Job Prospects
The pharmacist technician program at Saint Louis College of Health Careers trains students, providing you with the best opportunity to pass the certification for pharmacy technicians – in a health care field that is particularly promising for future job growth. All programs offered by SLCHC offer its graduates good employment prospects, but the future is especially bright for pharmacy technicians. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the number of pharmacy technician jobs in this country is expected to grow by more than 30 percent within the next 20 years*. When you enroll in our pharmacist technician program, experienced instructors will teach you how to perform the basic duties of a pharmacy technician, including:
SLCHC’s Pharmacist Technician Program Offers Opportunity
Have you been laid off or are you searching for a new career that can withstand the uncertainties of an unstable economy? The pharmacist technician program at Saint Louis College of Health Careers allows you to:
We Can Help Find Financing for Your Pharmacist Technician Education
If you are concerned about paying for our pharmacist technician program, Saint Louis College of Health Careers might be able to help. While we cannot guarantee financial aid, SLCHC’s financial aid office can advise you on how to apply for federal loans or grants if you qualify. Once you’ve completed your studies and become certified, our job placement coordinator can also help you find a job through the college’s long-established health care contacts. We also advise you improving job interview and resume writing skills. An SLCHC counselor will be happy to answer your questions about training to become a pharmacy technician through our pharmacist technician program. Call us today at 866-529-2070.
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