Candidates who wish to obtain their pharmacy tech license in Connecticut are expected to take the PTCB exam. Many employers now expect candidates to have either passed this exam or are on the way toward preparing for the exam. The Connecticut Board of Pharmacy enshrines that for every three technicians per one pharmacist in the pharmacy, at least one of these must be PTCB certified. Below, we review the requirements on how candidates can obtain their Connecticut pharmacy tech license.
To obtain a pharmacy tech license in Connecticut, the State Board has issued their
own requirements for candidates to meet. These include:
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The following requirements have been issued by the PTCB for candidates who
wish to become pharmacy technicians in Connecticut:
To maintain the pharmacy tech license in Connecticut, candidates must
complete CE – or continuous education.
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