TLAP program provides Anderson, Westervelt students with pathway to become Pharmacy Technicians

Anderson College of Health, Business and Technology has announced that Anderson and Westervelt College students can now enroll in Central Pharmacy Services’ Technician Licensing Assistance Program (TLAP). TLAP assists and supports pharmacy assistants who are interested in becoming fully registered Pharmacy Technicians. Eligible students in the program will receive a reimbursement of 100% of their registration and licensing fees and 80% of the program fees to a maximum of $12K. “This partnership empowers our Pharmacy Technician students to learn hands-on, serving patients, and provides a clear pathway for them to become licensed professionals, removing any barriers by providing financial support,” said Anderson Chief Operating Officer Rose Elia. Newswire Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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