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Introduces the role of the Pharmacy Technician, standards of conduct, scope of practice and laws as relates to a pharmacy technician certified in the state of Washington.
Prerequisite: High School diploma or GED.
Presents operational skills, introductory information in pharmacology, medication distribution and control measures, and pharmacy calculations. Provides students with the knowledge and skills to become a Pharmacy Technician A in the state of Washington.
Prerequisite: ICP 101
Provides students with work-based learning experience in a specific program of study. Student will demonstrate satisfactory performance in the areas of self-management, work processes, teamwork, innovation and change, communication, and customer service.
Prerequisite: Formal admission to a specific program of study (ICP or other).
Provides students with skills and tools necessary to apply for employment. Seminar topics include but are not limited to employment portfolio, preparing for job interviews, and use of resources in the LCC Career and Employment Center.
Prerequisite: Formal admission to a program of study or ICP program.
Provides students enrolled in Individualized Certificate Programs (ICP) an opportunity for guided exploration of topics important to successful employment in the modern workplace. Discussion topics include, but are not limited to, self management, work processes, teamwork, innovation and change, communication, and customer service.
Prerequisite: Concurrent or prior enrollment in work-based learning (ICP 288) or instructor permission.