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Aztec Pharmacy Technician Training
PassAssured Pharmacy Tech Training Approved by PTCB

schools & organizations

With a fast and easy ordering process, most schools are able to begin training future pharmacy technicians right away.

The process

After confirming that the Aztec Pharmacy Technician Training Program is an approved vendor in your school district, contact Aztec by email or phone to get the ordering process started.


Once information has been received by Aztec, login information for administrators and instructions will be issued. The speed of the ordering process is due to the Pharmacy Technician Training Program being completely online. Student licenses are valid for one year from the date of enrollment.


PassAssured does not require educators to have extensive training before facilitating the course; check with your state education department to verify the qualifications necessary to facilitate a pharmacy technician program at your school. Students can be added to an existing class after the initial enrollment – there is no cutoff date.


Students enrolling in the Aztec Pharmacy Technician Training Program should be high school seniors that have at least a 10th grade reading level and have passed Algebra 1 or students in an adult education CTE program. Please be aware that individuals will have to pass a criminal background check to register with the state board of pharmacy.


Student confidentiality is of the utmost importance. Aztec does not release or sell personal information including names, email addresses, or grades.


*If Aztec is not an approved vendor, any paperwork that is requested will be filled out and returned promptly so that students can get started quickly.


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.