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Safe and Stable Career Options

Tired of going from job to job, or gig to gig? Want a more stable schedule that you and your family can depend on for consistent working hours? A pharmacy technician job is the perfect way to get these, as hours are always set, with great paid leave, holiday time, and scheduling.

Great Job Opportunities and Availability

The demand for medications and pharmacies is the highest ever, and not going down at all with the baby boomer population coming in. There are hundreds of pharmacy technician positions available, and even more coming up in the future to match the increasing demand.

High Pay, Benefits and Time Off

Tired of minimum wage drudgery? Pharm techs can make $30,000 - $50,000 per year, depending on location and the individual company. Match that with great benefits (healthcare, medical, 401k, dental, etc.), and flexible time off and you have a great career that you'll love!

There are hundreds of job opportunities in drugstores all across the state of Michigan in desperate need of qualified applicants. Get the training you have to acquire the occupation that is protected and safe now.

Are you ready for a new career?

It’s time for you to finally make the leap and get the training you must start a new career that will be good for you and your family in the long term. You can eventually say goodbye to terrible hours, lousy managers pay, being miserable everyday and having to be away from your family and Ann Arbor house an excessive amount.

By beginning a career as a pharmacy technician, you can get into a secure and safe career that is booming right now! With demand continuing to rise at a fast level, there’s never been a better time to get into a Ann Arbor drugstore to assist individuals become healthy.

There are many schools that have scholarships and grants available to working people in the Michigan area. Many who are currently working full time can qualify for these, and get all or some of the school tuition.

Stop wasting your time and waiting around. Learn if you got approved in just minutes, and not weeks with the new application system.

Many people like to stress out about the application procedure that they used to have to go through to get into school in Michigan.

This is not any longer the case. The application process is currently shorter and easier than before! Instead of having to print off a huge program, fill it out, mail it in and then wait weeks to find out if you were accepted or not, you can apply online in minutes.

The program itself needs fundamental private info, and usually only takes a few minutes to finish. But within minutes you’ll discover if you were tolerated or not into the Ann Arbor and how much in scholarship and grant money you can expect.

This application procedure is much simpler than the typical ones for other Michigan schools.

Go through the process today, and only see how much you can anticipate to get back in grants and scholarships, and if you’ll get accepted!

Work with your own agenda to find out when is better to complete courses and coursework.

Say adieu to demanding and strict class programs, and appreciate having the ability to work all on your own time, and at your own rate.

The old strict course programs of Michigan are a way of yesteryear. You now have to show up on time for a certain class, or fight traffic to get across Ann Arbor from your day job to category.

With online versions of all the courses that are current, you can finish your coursework and all studying from your notebook or smartphone instead of sitting in a Ann Arbor class.

Do’t stress – you can stop and restart your category load is convenient for you, so that life occasions wo’t get in the way of improving your career and future.

Many schools have both on-line and in person courses available, so you can work in whatever environment you are most comfortable in.

Pharmacy Techs are in Huge Demand in Michigan, and will be for a long time in the future.

It’s no mystery that the general population in the USA and state of Michigan is getting older every year.

As more and more baby boomers continue to get older and retire, the demand for medical and medication services continues to skyrocket.

This fact is only going to continue for years to come, and jobs in these fields will become increasingly more in demand as old workers start to retire, and desire the services more.

So now is the best time to get into the pharmacy technician career field in Ann Arbor, in order to give your family a safe and secure future.

There are already hundreds of jobs all around Michigan, and dozens in the city of Ann Arbor that could use a pharmacy technology like you. Are you prepared to make the job and get into a comfortable and secure job like this?

Apply now to learn what kind of scholarships you can get as a Ann Arbor pupil!

Last Updated06/04/2019

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Ann Arbor Pharmacy Technician School

3200 W Liberty Rd
Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Frequently Asked Questions About Pharmacy Tech Programs in Ann Arbor

Are pharmacy technicians going to need continuing education in Ann Arbor?

Really, pharmacy technicians aren’t going to need continuing education. They really just need to have twelve hours of training in service in Michigan for every two years in between the renewals they have. Within those twelve hours they must get one hour of credits. The Michigan company must keep track of the training and then it has the be confirmed from the pharmacist manager. The pharmacist must keep these records on the pharmacy technician’s file when need be so they could be reviewed.

What are some things learned in Pharmacy Technician School?

There are distinct areas and many matters that you just may learn about if you are in Pharmacy Technician education. Some of these many different things that you could learn include psychopharmacology, medical terminology, medical workplace skills, pharmacology, side effects of certain drugs, vaccines, vitamins, minerals, oncology agents, pharmacy law and ethics, stock managements, systems used in the pharmacy, dosing and much more.

How does a student know if they are finding a qualified Pharmacy Technician School in Ann Arbor?

When someone needs to go to Pharmacy Technician School, they should make sure the school in Ann Arbor they are going to is trustworthy and capable. Regrettably, there are. If you are looking to go to Pharmacy Technician School be sure that you are locating one that has certification. That means they're declared to meet with the standards of self-assurance to the public. They will have higher quality, educational plan if the school is accredited.

What is a Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam?

There's also the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam as well. This is an examination that is an accredited certification. It is nationally known, in addition to acknowledged in Michigan. Pharmacy technicians can take this assessment. Anyone who passes it'll be considered certified pharmacy technicians. These will normally be sent around two months to them after the assessment has been passed by them. If you get certified, the certificate will have.

How does someone find a job in Michigan after they complete Pharmacy Technician School?

There are actually many ways that someone can find a job in the field after they have finished Pharmacy Technician School. Many hospitals and pharmacies in Ann Arbor, MI offer externships and internships. Many places have graduate advisors that can help a grad to find job opportunities. There are places in Ann Arbor that can educate someone to make a correct resume to get a better chance of being hired. There are many other free resources that can help a grad of a Pharmacy Technician School locate work too.

Will pharmacy technician students have to get uniforms to wear during schooling?

The main reply is yes, while this response may change determined by what school someone is going to for their credits. Most likely all students will have to get uniforms that are specific that they're required to wear. These are worn during any clinical rotations. They'll also be worn at any local sites in Ann Arbor that are off from the campus. When the student begins their orientation for the school, they are going to be advised if so, what kind of uniform they'll need to get and if they need to get an uniform.

What characteristics should a good Pharmacy Technician have?

There are many features that a good

Can someone without health care experience work as a Pharmacy Technician?

It's not impossible to go to Pharmacy Technician schooling or get a job in the health care field even should you not yet have healthcare expertise in Michigan. Working in this field as another associated occupation or a Pharmacy Technician is going to require that you participate in training. It is really important that you learn all that you can in your school and in your training as it is kind of high demanding so that you're prepared for the job.

How many pharmacy technicians does one pharmacist need?

Part of understanding more about the growing job market for pharmacy technicians is learning about the work that pharmacists do and what help they want from pharmacy technicians. On average, every pharmacist will need approximately three pharmacy technicians to help them in the job. Knowing this can help you when you go looking for jobs in this field in particular places or states (like Michigan).

What are the main requirements for most states (specifically Michigan) that are necessary to start a job as a pharmacy technician?

The requirements for every state will change for the Pharmacy Technician education and programs. However, in most states in order to get a job as a Pharmacy Technician you'll need to be 18 years or older, you will need to pass a Michigan state test, get a Michigan state permit, pass a national certification and even go through a background check which may need you to get fingerprinted. These are the primary requirements for most states but again they may be different depending on the state which you are buying job in.

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