(ExCPT) Pharmacy Technician Certification > Requirements > Connecticut Requirements
Connecticut Pharmacy Technician Certification Requirements
$25 annually by March 31st.
Pharmacy manager is responsible for administering a training program and is responsible for maintaining records. Training shall include but not be limited to:
1. On-the-job training
2. Education of technicians’ responsibilities.
[CT Board Reg. 20-576-37] Pharmacy technicians may use The National Pharmacy Technician Training Program together with appropriate supervision of practical experience.
The technician-to-pharmacist ratio is 2:1, however the ratio may be increased to 3:1 if:
1. The pharmacy prepares sterile products, dispenses unit doses and does bulk compounding
2. One of the three technicians is certified by a board-approved program.
[CT Board Reg. 20-576-33]
The pharmacist manager shall assure the continued competency of pharmacy technicians through continuing in-service training designed to supplement initial training. [CT Board Reg. 20-576-37]
Can the ExCPT be Taken?
The ExCPT has been approved by the Connecticut Commission of Pharmacy.
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