Meijer’s pharmacy technician program may offer more than $6,000 in medical education
A pharmacy technician degree at Meijers could offer up to $6 in tuition and fees for a pharmacy technician certificate program, according to a new report.
The certification program offers up to a $50,000 annual tuition stipend, and Meijerman has previously announced plans to offer up-to-date pharmacy technician certifications to its pharmacies.
The program is now open to the public.
The new report comes from the Institute of Education Sciences and provides an update on the program.
The institute, a nonprofit research organization, published its findings in its quarterly report on education reform, Education in Action.
It is currently evaluating the current pharmacy technician training pipeline.
According to the report, the program currently has six pharmacy technician graduates in training who are earning a total of about $6.5 million annually.
The average tuition and fee for the program is $632, and the average yearly earnings are $51,500.
The students also earn additional training credits through the program’s program.
While the program doesn’t offer any direct teaching credits, the institute said that its researchers are exploring ways to improve the program to improve its accessibility.
The researchers are also investigating ways to expand the program beyond the pharmacy technician programs, the report said.
The new training is currently being implemented through a program in the Netherlands, which is currently the only pharmacy technician-training program in Europe, according the institute.
The Netherlands, according a recent report from the United States National Bureau of Economic Research, has one of the highest pharmacy technician completion rates in the world.