12 Lakeside Lane
Denver, CO 80212
• Flexible Schedules
• Placement Services
• Financial Aid (for qualifying students)
Pharmacy Technicians work with pharmacists and assist in providing healthcare and medications to patients in retail or hospital settings.
Our Denver pharmacy technician school trains and prepares pharmacist assistants for immediate employment in entry-level pharmacy assistant positions.
Denver Pharmacy Technician School
Denver Career Training
What Pharmacy Tech
skills will I learn?
- Narcotic Controls
- Pharmacy Law
- Drug Compounding
- IV Drug Preparation
- Medical Terminology
- And much more...
This comprehensive Denver pharmacy technician school curriculum will focus your studies on exactly the information you need to master. More importantly, your dedicated pharmacy tech instructor will make certain that you truly understand the materials so that you can pursue your career with perfect confidence in your skills.
Students in this Denver pharmacy technician school are placed in internships by the campus placement office during their training. Graduates are eligible to sit for pharmacy technician exams. Current students and graduates alike use the Heritage placement office as a job hunting and career building resource.
Can you do this?
Yes. You can. And you won't be doing it alone. Unlike most colleges, we are dedicated to helping every single student succeed. If even one student fails, we feel that WE have failed. We are sincerely, 100% on your side. As long as you don't give up, we won't give up on you. Get info now.
Where do Pharmacy Techs work?
- Retail Shopping Locations
- Drug Companies
- And more...
Can you afford this?
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.
A Heritage Financial Aid Advisor will be happy to help you explore your options.
Here's what recent graduates are saying about their experiences at Heritage.
Lana M., Heritage Graduate — "My Heritage experience was awesome. My teacher was great. He knew his field. I learned a lot from him. He prepared me for my certification test and I passed it the first time." After Graduation: Pharmacy Technician with Publix Ocean Way. watch video.
Aleks S., Heritage Graduate — "At Heritage, I met a lot of cool people. We became very good friends, and I guess I'm going to keep in touch with them for the rest of my life." After Graduation: Aleks opened his own business: Healing Hands. watch video.
Colorado B., Heritage Graduate — "All the teachers and instructors who worked here were really nice. They helped me out with whatever problems I had. It was a really good experience for me. I recommend my friends come here." After Graduation: Medical Assistant at Star Sport and Spine
Arlie R., Heritage Graduate — "Now that I've graduated Heritage with an associates degree, I'm planning on becoming boxing certified as well as pilates certified and getting my bachelors degree in kinesiology." After Graduation: Self-Employed as a Personal Trainer. watch video.
Heritage College, Denver, CO
Pharmacy Technician – Diploma
Disclosures prepared October 22, 2012. For information about this career choice you may visit the O*Net website to view the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) for occupational codes provided by the U.S. Department of Labor. You may also visit The National Center for Education Statistics website (NCES) to view the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) codes from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).
- Pharmacy Technicians – O*Net Code: 29-2052.00 (view)
- Pharmacy Technician/Assistant – CIP Code: 51.0805 (view)
How much will this program cost me?
- Tuition: $14,016
- Books, Equipment, Supplies: $734
- On-campus room & board: Not offered
What are my financing options to pay for the program?
In addition to any grant and scholarship aid for which they are eligible, many graduates used loans to finance their education. The median debt for program graduates from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012:
- Federal Loans: $8,700
- Private Education Loans: $0
- Institutional Financing Plan: $0
How long will it take me to complete this program?
On-Time Completion Rate is a rate of all the students who completed this program between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012 who completed the program in the normal amount of time. This rate indicates that some students may have transferred into the program, took a leave of absence during the program, changed sessions, or otherwise repeated a course.
- The program is designed to take 12 months to complete.
- 77% of graduates from this program finished within the normal time.
What are the chances of getting a job when I graduate?
Job Placement Rate is a rate of all the graduates between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012 who entered employment related to this field. This number is determined using the formula required by the school's accrediting agency.
- The job placement rate for students who complete the program is 77%.