Within the state of Montana, any individual working in a Pharmacy must obtain a certificate and apply for registration with the Missouri Board of Pharmacy prior to working within the pharmacy. No unregistered or unlicensed personnel are allowed to work in a pharmacy, either retail, in a nursing home, hospital, or otherwise. The interested individual must be at least eighteen years old, and possess a high school diploma or even GED, and must present this documentation in the application process.
The individual must pay a sixty dollar non-refundable registration fee, and must also undergo strict criminal background check and a certified form of identification, for example, a passport photo ID. The aspiring technician must also submit three references, one of which must be from a practicing Pharmacist, preferably that you work with.
The state of Montana recognizes pharmacy technician certification, and this is required to work in a pharmacy. Interested individuals should pass the Exam for the Certification of Pharmacy Technicians which is administered by the Institute for the Certification of Pharmacy Technicians, or the national Pharmacy Technician exam administered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board. Proof of a passing score is required to become registered as Pharmacy Technician in this state.
It is also important to note that the maximum pharmacy technician to pharmacist ratio in Montana is 3 to 1.
The best form of contact for this agency is email, which is provided on the website