The five-week course will be held on Saturday mornings starting April 4, 2015 at the Independence campus from 9:00am to 12:00pm.
This review course will provide technicians who have been working in a pharmacy the necessary education needed in order to pass the national certification exam through PTCB.
Content review will be conducted by Gwyn Collier, CPhT, MCPhT, MBA, Pharmacy Technician Program Coordinator, National American University, Greater Kansas City area. The PTCE Blueprint knowledge domain and areas to be included during this course are:
Independence, Missouri Campus (Click here for directions).
$475.00 per person. A certification exam review book will be provided for participants to utilize throughout the course, along with classroom instruction and the fee for the national certification exam (to be taken at a separate Pearson Vue location).
Name: Gwyn Collier
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