Find Accredited Pharmacy Technician Schools in North CarolinaYour first step in obtaining the training you need to become a pharmacy expert is to find an accredited school in the state. While many programs are advertised, only accredited schools are acknowledged by the state board, so ensuring you attend and graduate from an accredited school or program is of utmost importance. Fortunately, finding an accredited school is made simpler with a tool created by the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists that allows you to search for accredited schools by state or school name. Each school name on the website is linked to a directory listing with the contact information for the program director and a description of the program or school.
How to Get Certified in North CarolinaOnce you decide on a school or program and complete the necessary coursework you will have to pass the Pharmacy Specialist Certification Board exam (PTCB). However, your journey to becoming a pharmacy enthusiast is not complete until you also register with the Board of Pharmacy of the state. On their website you can find a detailed set of information outlining all the requirements that must be met before you can register, as well as the application information. Once you're registered as a pharmacy analyst you are ready to start working, although you will likely obtain many hours of training as a pharmacy analyst in-training before completing your registration.
Salaries for Certified Pharmacy Technicians in North CarolinaAccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics pharmacy experts can expect to receive anywhere between $18,620 and $37,990 per year. The National Pharmacy Specialist Association estimates that pharmacy analysts can earn $11 to $17 per hour. The state's median salary for pharmacy enthusiasts is $27,740, which amounts to about $13.34 per hour, putting it in the middle of the pack comparatively.
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