RXinsider’s Pharmacy Technician Training & Orientation is a no-nonsense training program for anyone interested in a career within the pharmacy profession. The program focuses on basic skills and understanding while minimizing training burdens on the existing pharmacy staff. RXinsider’s Pharmacy Technician Training & Orientation is the perfect starting point for cross-training front store pharmacy personnel, training new pharmacy staff or self-directed training for individuals interested in becoming a pharmacy technician.

Can you decipher the following prescriptions?

Can you read the drug names?
Can you calculate how long the prescription should last?
Can you read the directions?

…you will after completing RXinsider’s Pharmacy Technician Training & Orientation program.

 

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Only available in ebook format.

 

 

  • Four comprehensive and relevant modules
  • Unlimited online access 24/7
  • Assessment quiz & certificate of completion
  • Web-based
  • Affordable investment

By completing the training program, trainee should:

  • have an idea of what a typical Pharmacy Technician's duties will entail.
  • gain general and basic knowledge of a typical retail pharmacy and its operations.
  • feel less overwhelmed and stressed during the first few weeks of employment.
  • prove to future employers their commitment to becoming part of the pharmacy team.
  • gain an edge on any other applicants for a particular pharmacy position.
  • save time and frustration during the in-store training process.
  • determine whether a career in pharmacy may be the right fit.
  • NOTE: This program is NOT intended as a study guide for the PTCB Exam.
MODULE 1
General Pharmacy Information

42 basic pharmacy topics including…

  • What is a generic drug?
  • What is patient confidentiality?
  • What is an NDC number?
  • What is a controlled substance?
MODULE 2
Pharmacy Abbreviations
  • More than 50 of the most common abbreviations
  • Roman numerals
  • Common drug abbreviations
  • Full sig codes
 
MODULE 3
Brand & Generic Drug Name Association
  • 55 of the most common brand name drugs and their generic names
  • Presented in flash-card format
MODULE 4
Prescriber Handwriting Recognition
  • 60 examples of doctor handwriting samples taken from original prescriptions
  • Presented in flash-card format
  • Calculation of the day’s-supply
 
MODULE 5
Self-Assessment Quiz
  • 24 basic assessment questions
  • Multiple choice format
  • Certificate of completion awarded