Kentucky Pharmacy Technician Training Programs

According to Kentucky Board of Pharmacy:

All pharmacy technicians must be registered with the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy pursuant to KRS 315.135.  Their registration certificate should be on display at their primary place of employment and their pocket card should be in their possession while working.

To register, the pharmacy technician must:

1. Be at least 16 years old.

2. Be of good mental health and moral character.

3. Submit an application and fee of $25 to the pharmacy board.

Although the state of Kentucky does not require a degree to become a registered pharmacy technician, most employers prefer applicants with a diploma or degree, plus experience. Fortunately, Kentucky is home to a number of schools that offer excellent certificate, associate, and even bachelor degree programs for aspiring pharmacy technicians. Not only will these schools provide the training you need to succeed in this field, they will certainly help you stand out from the crowd.

Kentucky Schools with Pharmacy Technician Training Programs:

Pharmacy Technician Programs - Major Kentucky Colleges and Universities

Saint Catharine College - Saint Catharine

Pharmacy Technician Programs – Other Kentucky Colleges

Ashland Community and Technical College – Ashland

Daymar College – Bellevue, Bowling Green, Clinton Louisville, Madisonville, Owensboro, Paducah, Russellville, and Scottsville

Gateway Community and Technical College - Covington

Jefferson Community and Technical College – Louisville

Sullivan University – Fort Knox, Lexington, and Louisville