Requirements In States

In order to be eligible for Pharmacy Technician, a candidate must satisfy the following requirements:

* High school diploma or equivalent educational diploma (e.g., a GED or foreign diploma).
* Full disclosure of all criminal and State Board of Pharmacy registration or licensure actions.
* Compliance with all applicable PTCB Certification policies.
* Passing score on the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE).

A candidate may be disqualified for PTCB Certification upon the disclosure or discovery of:

* Criminal conduct involving the candidate.
* State Board of Pharmacy registration or licensure action involving the candidate.
* Violation of a PTCB Certification policy, including but not limited to the Code of Conduct.

Requirements for Pharmacy Technicians that specify registration, licensure, and/or certification requirements vary from state to state.To see the Requirements for Pharmacy Technicians in your state,please select the State.


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Source From: National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® (NABP®).