|Faculty:||Faculty of Applied Health & Community Studies
|Field of Study:||Pharmacy Technician/Assistant
|Description:||Gain the specialized knowledge and training needed to deliver pharmacy services in community and hospital settings! This program is fully accredited by the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs, and learning outcomes meet the entry-to-practice competency requirements of the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities.
Some of the tasks students will learn how to do: Receive, identify, interpret and process prescription and non-prescription orders, herbal and complementary care medicine products, Select, measure, weigh, count, pour, reconstitute, package and label products for dispensing, Compound sterile and non-sterile products, and Uphold ethical principles and legal requirements to practice