If you're looking to become a pharmacy analyst in the state of Michigan you have many options to choose from when it comes to training. However, finding a school that suits your needs, knowing whether or not it is accredited, and obtaining other information can often be challenging. Below is a brief guide to finding a school, becoming certified, and obtaining work as a pharmacy experts in this beautiful place.
Find Accredited Pharmacy Technician Schools in Michigan
The American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists has a wonderful tool to help individuals seeking training as a pharmacy expert find an accredited school. It is searchable by state and even by school, and each school name listed is attached to a directory listing with the school's information and the contact information for the program director. Below is a list of accredited schools and links to the schools' pharmacy expert program website for further reference.
How to Get Certified in Michigan
Once you complete the coursework required to graduate from the pharmacy enthusiast program of your choice you'll have to take the Pharmacy Specialist Certification Board exam. After you've passed that you will have to register with the Michigan Board of Pharmacy and complete all requirements as well as an application process. The board's website has a link to the application as well as other state registration information you'll need.
Salaries for Certified Pharmacy Technicians in Michigan
Pharmacy Specialist Certification Board estimates that pharmacy experts can earn $11 to $17 per hour. In this state, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, salaries range anywhere from $19,120 to $37,400 for pharmacy experts. The average salary for a Michigan pharmacy enthusiast is around $27,840 or $13.39 an hour, putting Michigan in just about the middle of the national pay range.