To work as a pharmacy technician in Kansas, technicians must be at least 18-years old and register with the Kansas Board of Pharmacy.
Within 30-days of registration, technicians must take a 20-minute board-approved exam which has been overseen by a licensed pharmacist. A pass score of 75% is required.
Although candidates are not required to take the PTCB exam, it does enhance employment and salary prospects.
Pharmacy technicians are not required to undertake continuous education.
To register as a pharmacy technician in Kansas, the State Board has issued their own requirements for candidates to meet. These include:
The following requirements have been issued by the PTCB for candidates who wish to become pharmacy technicians in Kansas:
To maintain the pharmacy tech license in Kansas, candidates must complete CE – or continuous education.
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