CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION | PASSASSURED
THE NUMBER ONE PHARMACY TECH TRAINING TOOL
Frequently asked questions
This partial list is supplied as a cross section of customers that purchase the Aztec Pharmacy Technician Products. Please contact Aztec for additional details.
The Aztec Pharmacy Technician interactive training program is a self-paced system. Typically, multimedia presentations offer the shortest “learn” time for the required study material. The average time to complete the program is one semester, or six to twelve weeks preparation time before taking the PTCE or ExCPT exam. However, actual results will be dependent upon the user. Your Field Service Representative can provide a suggested Scope and Sequence document.
Please call, email, or submit a contact request form, available at the bottom of this page.
Yes, passwords can be changed by the learner after logon. If you do not know your current password, we can send a new password to the email on file. If you no longer have access to your email account proof of purchase must be provided in order to have the password reset. Please contact your Field Service Representative for assistance with password reset.
A comprehensive lesson is available from the Field Service Team and/or the Class Bookshelf. Please contact your Field Service Representative for assistance with accessing the Bookshelf.
Aztec continuously reviews its learning materials and makes changes on an as needed basis. New lessons and units are added as needed as well based on certification changes or enhancements.
Yes! Aztec requires the internet to access the Aztec Pharmacy Technician Training Program. Aztec remains committed to providing the highest level of service through our product. Please contact your Field Service Representative for technical information.
ADMIN & MANAGEMENT
The reporting functionality of Aztec’s management system allows for data collection of student progress and evidence of student growth. This allows teachers and administrators to track and monitor student learning in each academic area and individual sub-skill in addition to providing remediation plans to guide instruction and therefore accountability to the CCRS.