Nebraska Pharmacy Technician Schools, Certification & Salaries

Generally it takes 12 months to successfully complete this specialized program and gaining the diploma in order to become a qualified pharmacy technician in Nebraska. Your next step is to take the PTCB Certification Exam. A significant number of students successfully pass the PTCB Exam after completion of the course and gain graduate work placement with a few preferring to continue their studies.

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Southeast Community College
1111 O Street, Suite 112
Lincoln, NE 68509-3614
Phone: (402) 437-2787

How much does a pharmacy technician make in Nebraska?

The average Nebraska pharmacy technician salary for 2016 is $14.61 per hour or $30,400 per annum. An entry level pharmacy technician in NE earns an average of $8.88 per hour whilst an experienced and/or certified pharmacy technician can earn upwards of $17.28 per hour depending on years of experience and work setting.

Nebraska pharmacy technician license requirements

Registration/Licensure as a pharmacy technician in the state of Nebraska is required, application forms can be downloaded and submitted to Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services. Pharmacy technicians must apply for registration within 30 days after being hired by a pharmacy or facility.

Certification is currently not mandatory in the state, but the PTCB have reported that there are 1,872 actively certified PTCB CPhTs residing in Nebraska. Having certification also allows you to work in another state and can contribute to higher wages.

*Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Employment & Wages database.

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