Pharmacy technicians should register to the State Board before starting employment with their pharmacy. Candidates can become a pharmacy technician in Nevada by: Completing training in another state and registering and practicing in Nevada. Complete 1,500 hours of training as a ‘technician-in-training’ within the past three years. Be a graduate of schools accredited by the ASHP. Graduates of degree programs whose degree are not accredited by the ASHP must complete the PTCB test.
To obtain a pharmacy tech license in Nevada, 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 Nevada:
To maintain the pharmacy tech license in Nevada, candidates must
complete CE – or continuous education.
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