Pharmacy Technician Training in Louisiana
Begin Your Technical Training for a Pharmacy Tech Career
Ayers Career College has been training students to become reliable members of a pharmacy healthcare team since 2004. Ayers Pharmacy Technician graduates have provided valuable technical and clerical support to pharmacists in various pharmaceutical settings. During the past few years, the Pharmacy Technician’s role has become vital in the healthcare industry. Working under licensed pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians mix, re-package, measure medication, maintain patient files, handle insurance claims, and provide general clerical support.
Ayers Pharmacy Technician Program Information:
Program Length: The Pharmacy Technician program is taught over the course of 36-weeks during the day.
Class Schedule: Classes meet Monday through Thursday from 8:30 AM – 1:50 PM.
The Pharmacy Technician program at Ayers Career College prepares students for entry-level positions in the healthcare industry. Graduates of the Pharmacy Tech program can work in various workplaces, including retail and grocery pharmacies, hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical wholesalers, and government offices.
Ayers Pharmacy Technician Staff
- Danielle Pomber – CPhT Certified Pharmacy Technician Instructor
Pharmacy Tech Subjects – 29 Years Experience
- Delores Williams – CPhT Program Coordinator
Northwestern State University-Certified PT
Pharmacy Tech Subjects – 44 Years Experience
- Crystal Brown-Page – CPhT Ayers Career College-Certified PT Instructor
Pharmacy Tech Subjects – 7 Years Experience
Begin a New Career with Pharmacy Technician Training
The Ayers Pharmacy Technician program covers various subject matter, including a basic introduction to pharmacy and pharmacy practices, drug interactions, pharmacy calculations, and medical abbreviations. Training also includes a background in anatomy and physiology, pharmacy law, and ethics.
Great place for a fresh start! They will give you all the tools you need, just give it 100% and watch your life change before your eyes. I have been a Pharmacy Technician going on 4-years now and am so thankful for the knowledge Ayers equipped me with.
– Ebony Miller, Ayers Graduate
Ayers Pharmacy Tech students will be provided hands-on training in a realistic pharmacy setting and learning exercises- such as mock clinics set up with practical, real-life scenarios. Students of this program will also have the opportunity to work in an externship to help develop newly learned skills in a pharmacy and expand their education and potential career options. Companies such as CVS, Walgreens, and Natchitoches Regional Medical Center within the Shreveport-Bossier City area, provide externship opportunities for our students, often lead to full-time positions after graduation.
Helping Pharmacy Technicians Get Hired
The Pharmacy Technician program at Ayers Career College prepares students to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam. Upon successful completion of our Pharmacy Tech program, graduates will receive a diploma. As part of every program’s curriculum at Ayers Career College, Career Development courses are available to our pharmacy tech students. The Career Services team will work with students one-on-one to identify their key skills and talents to make them stand out to potential employers.
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Ayers Career College’s Pharmacy Technician Program is accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)
Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
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