Manhattan Institute, NY:
Train for a great career as a pharmacy technician with the Manhattan Institute and be job-ready in only six weeks! Conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, the Manhattan Institute is an allied health & nursing career school that offers accredited certificate and diploma programs, including a comprehensive Pharmacy Technician training program.Email: Contact us below ( or request a callback ).
We offer day, evening, and weekend classes so that students can schedule their study for times that best suit them. Our tuition is low and you can pay as you go. Upon graduation, all students receive a diploma and life time job placement assistance.
Convenient location in the heart of NYC:
Most of our students come from the tri-state area, and the five boroughs of New York City (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, and Staten Island).
Our Midtown New York City location makes it easy for students in the tri-State area - (Long Island, Westchester, Upstate NY, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania) to come and study with us. We have taught students from all over the United States as well as international students from around the world.
What does a pharmacy technician do?
Pharmacy technicians help licensed pharmacists provide medication and other healthcare products to patients.
The pharmacy technician, also called a pharmacy tech or pharmacy assistant, usually performs routine tasks to help prepare prescribed medication for patients, such as counting tablets and labeling bottles.
Pharmacy Technician Training:
Duration: 6 weeks - weekend classes
The Pharmacy Technician program offered by the Manhattan Institute not only teaches you book knowledge, it all teaches you the common sense part of the pharmacy tech job.
You will learn the importance of being alert, observant, organized, dedicated, responsible and the importance of taking directions. These are the characteristics of a great pharmacy technician.
The Manhattan Institute instills in our pharmacy technician students that precise work details are sometimes a matter of life and death. Although a pharmacist must check and approve all of the work of a pharmacy technician, you will feel confident to work on your own, without constant instruction from the pharmacist.
Career & Employment Prospects:
After completion of our pharmacy technician training, our pharmacy technician graduates will be qualified to work in hospitals, clinics, large pharmacy chain stores, retail pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, and all other health care facilities where pharmacy technicians are readily employed.
Our Pharmacy Technician course is a great opportunity to enter the health field in a short time, and at a low cost. Many students go on to other allied health careers, such as Nursing and MRI Tech.