Like most states, pharmacy technicians are regulated in Missouri.
Certification is not needed to practice as a pharmacy technician. Neither does the Missouri State Board of Pharmacy recognize any exams either, including the PTCB test.
To become a licensed pharmacy technician in Missouri, candidates must undergo a thorough criminal background check, apply and pay the necessary fee, and ensure that the form is notarized and includes a passport-style photo.
Technicians in Missouri are not required to undergo continuous education either.
Competition for places within Missouri are currently high. Even though candidates are not required to pass the PTCB exam, holding certification enhances career opportunities and salary prospects.
To register as a pharmacy technician in Missouri, 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 Missouri:
To maintain the pharmacy tech license in Missouri, candidates must complete CE – or continuous education.
Please Note – PTCB Test Prep does its best to ensure that all information related to pharmacy tech licensing in Missouri is accurate and up to date. However, whilst we do our best to ensure that our details are as accurate as possible, at the time of writing, we do expect candidates to follow up with their State Board for any of the latest information that may have come to pass. If you notice any out-of-date details on this summary, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will review any issues brought to our attention and rectify any issues as soon as practicable.