Pharmacy Technician Training Program Directory
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Lakeshore Technical College
1290 North Avenue
Cleveland, WI 53105
Code: WI-05
Accreditation Status: Accredited
Program Director: David L Brown, M.S., RPh
Phone: (920) 693-1841
Fax: (920) 693-8955
Technician Program Description
Program Information(hours: contact/credit)
    Didactic course work: 522/29 (contact/credit)
    Laboratory course work: 108/2 Hours (contact/credit)
    Experiential training: 270/5 (contact/credit)
    Lecture class size: 81
    Laboratory class size: 1:1
    Spaces per entering class: 81
    Prerequisite course work: 0/0 (contact/credit)
    Technicians: 1
    Lab/clerical support: 0.5
    Pharmacists: 1.25
    Starting date(s): August 15 and January 15
    Interview required : Yes
    Class Scheduling: full-time, part-time, daytime
    Flexible scheduling allowed: Yes
    Tuition costs: $4,536
    Book/Supply costs: $500
    Lab/other fees: $0
    Application deadline(s) : August 1 and January 1
    Liability insurance: $0
    Uniform costs: $20
Special Program Features:
Lakeshore Technical College (LTC) in Cleveland, Wisconsin provides a Pharmacy Technician program in cooperation with 9 other Wisconsin technical colleges. The shared program which originates at LTC is televised via live interactive television to campuses in FVTC Appleton, MPTC Fond-du-Lac, MSTC Stevens Point, NATC Rhinelander, NTC Wausau, NWTC Green Bay, SWTC Fennimore, WCTC Pewaukee, and WTC LaCrosse. Laboratory experience is provided at clinical sites. Facilitators at each campus provide services for students. An on-line platform provides students easy access to course material, staff/faculty, as well as, prompt feedback on assignments.
Acceptance Requirements:
HS diploma or GED, application & fee, entrance assessment scores, transcripts, background check, program advising session, health/TB/tetanus form, signature page from student handbook, functional abilities statement of understanding form.
General Location Training Sites:
throughout Wisconsin
Special Requirements:
Clinical sites may have unique requirements that students are required to comply with such as: drug test, daytime/evening/weekend rotations, TB skin test, Rubella titre, immunizations, first aid/CPR certification, proof of medical insurance coverage, physical, etc
Academic Degree:
Diploma. Also available: Certificate for Working Technicians and a Pharmacy Services Management Associate Degree
Experiential Training
Number and Types of Experiential Training Sites
    Community pharmacy: 80
    Home health care: 1
    Hospital: 40
    Other: insurance company, nuclear pharmacies

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