Pharmacy Tech & Lab Techician Career Training
Pharmacy Tech & Lab Technician Career Training
Valuable hands-on training for careers as Pharmacy Technicians and Lab Technicians. Training includes classes in Medical Software, Medical Terminology, Human Anatomy & Physiology, Drawing Blood, Pharmacology and CPR.
Choose from convenient Day or Evening schedules
Accredited Pharmacy Technician and Lab Technician Diploma Programs
Full-Time Day Schedule – 33 Weeks Days
Part-Time Evenings Schedule – 49 Weeks (6pm-10pm)
The Pharmacy Tech & Lab Procedures program at CCI is an innovative program that allows you to prepare for two professions in one program.
Successful graduates of this program have a choice to seek employment as Pharmacy Technicians or Phlebotomist/Lab Technicians. Having two distinct areas of expertise may open
doors to additional job opportunities.
Two Rewarding Career Paths
Pharmacy Technicians, sometimes called Pharmacy Assistants, are important members of the healthcare community, assisting Pharmacists to dispense medication and other healthcare products to patients. Pharmacy professionals are a much needed lifeline for those who are ill, in pain, chronically or otherwise injured, or those who face other health issues such as allergies and infections.
A Phlebotomist is a medical professional who is trained to obtain blood samples from patients by venipuncture (from a vein). Lab Technicians perform
clinical laboratory tests and play an important role in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
Graduates of this program feel comfortable working in both Pharmacy and Clinical Lab situations and are able to pursue job opportunities as they arise in either of these rewarding medical specialties.
Potential Employment Settings
Individuals with Pharmacy Tech, Phlebotomy and Lab Tech training may pursue positions in a variety of interesting medical settings, including:
- Medical Offices
Hands-On Pharmacy and Lab Technician Career Training
This course practical, hands-on training in the various activities of the Medical Laboratory and Pharmacy including:
- Computer and Medical Software
- Medical Terminology
- Human Anatomy and Physiology
- Medical Law and Ethics
- Drawing Blood
Whether you pursue a position in a Pharmacy or as a Phlebotomist/Lab Technician, your work in this field will make a real difference in the health and well being of others.
Vaccinations: The Allied Health Programs, Pharmacy Tech & Lab Procedures & Medical Assisting with Nutrition & Weight Management, have specific requirements and associated fees in order to meet state and/or externship requirements, including immunizations. The students enrolled in these programs must comply with these requirements in order to successfully complete their program. Additional information is available upon request from the Director of Education.
National Certification Preparation
Graduates of the CCI Pharmacy Tech, Phlebotomy and Lab Procedure program are prepared to sit for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Exam. This important industry
certification will help you as you attempt to make the transition from student to working professional.
Explore whether becoming a Pharmacy Tech, Phlebotomy & Lab Procedure professional is right for you. Fill out the form on the side of the page to receive career and program info by email right away or call 817-719-8081 (Arlington) or 214-382-0260 (Dallas) to speak with a knowledgeable Training Coordinator.
Gainful Employment Information for the Pharmacy Tech and Lab Technician Program
Pharmacy Tech and Lab Procedures Certificate Program:
|Occupational Name:||Pharmacy Technician CIP CODE: 510805CREDENTIAL LEVEL: 01MEDIAN TITLE IV LOAN DEBT……:0
MEDIAN PRIVATE LOAN EDUCATIONAL DEBT…:0
MEDIAN INSTITUTIONAL FINANCING PLAN DEBT: 0
|U.S. Dept. of Labor O*NET Standard Occupational Classification Codes and Links to Occupational Profiles:||29-2052.00 Pharmacy Technicians|
|On-Time Graduation Rate:*Students who completed the program according to duration stated in catalog.||68%|
|Job Placement Rate:||78%|
|Median Loan Debt Incurred:||Title IV (Independent Students): $9,500
Title IV (Dependent Students): $5,500
Private Loans: $0
Institutional Loans: $0
The stated job placement rate is as reported to the Texas Workforce Commission Career Schools and Colleges for September 2010 through August 2011. CCI cannot and does not guarantee employment.