Missouri Pharmacy Technician Schools
The field of healthcare services is currently experiencing enormous growth. People are flocking to enroll in nursing and x-ray technician programs in hopes that there will be a variety of jobs for them upon graduation.
Missouri pharmacy technician schools offer another program that is gaining popularity within the healthcare arena.
Diploma or associate degree's pharmacy technician programs are held in various accredited vocational/technical institution or colleges. The latter offers the student further opportunities in the field of pharmacy such as applying for supervision and/or management positions.
Students that are time-limited can opt to complete their formal training online and for those on tight budget, financial aid are also available. The following schools offer affordable online and distance learning pharmacy technician programs.
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Pharmacy Technician Schools in Missouri
Metropolitan Community College
Location: 3444 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 64111
State Fair Community College
Location: 3201 W. 16th Street Sedalia, Missouri 65301-2188
Tel: (877) 311-7322
St. Louis College of Health Careers
Location: 4260 Shoreline Drive, St. Louis, MO 63045
St. Charles Community College
Location: 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, Cottleville, MO 63376
Concorde Career College
Location: Kansas City, 3239 Broadway,
Kansas City, MO 64111
What does a pharmacy technician earn in Missouri?
The average Missouri pharmacy technician salary is around *$15.01 per hour or $31,230 per year. An entry level pharmacy technician in Missouri state earns an average of $10.36 per hour whilst an experienced and/or certified pharmacy technician can earn upwards of $21.97 per hour depending on years of experience and work setting.
Missouri pharmacy technician license requirements
To work anywhere in the state of Missouri as a pharmacy technician registration is required before you take up employment in order to obtain your license. Details and application form are found at the Missouri Board of Pharmacy website.
In addition, the Missouri Board of Pharmacy does not specifically state that they recognize national certifications for pharmacy technicians. Although employers tend to favor certified pharmacy technicians and you would also see a noticeable increase in income potential from being PTCB or ExCPT certified. The PTCB report that as of December 31, 2020 there were 4,399 CPhTS registered with PTCB residing in Missouri.
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*Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Employment & Wages database.