March 13, 2020
Updated May 4, 2020
The coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve. During this challenging time, PTCB is here to support you.
For Those Who Plan to Test:
|LEARN ABOUT TESTING DURING COVID-19|
For Recertification Candidates:
|FIND FREE CE|
#CPhTStrong: Stories from Pharmacy Technicians Working During COVID-19
#CPhTStrong shares the stories of pharmacy technicians who show heroic strength, courage, and hope as they face unprecedented demands in the battle against COVID-19. Read story submissions from pharmacy technicians across the nation.
|READ #CPhTSTRONG STORIES|
Gain Temporary Licensure to Work in Another State
CPhTs can gain temporary licensure for employment in another state through the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) Passport program. NABP Passport submits and tracks technicians’ emergency requests for temporary state licensures or authorizations to work outside a home state. More than 15 states participate, and the number is growing.
Free Job Postings in the PTCB Career Center
The PTCB Career Center is offering free job postings for employers hiring pharmacy technicians in response to COVID-19. Employers who are experiencing or anticipating a staffing shortage can post open positions, review applications, and search technician resumes at no cost.
|LIST A FREE JOB POSTING|
Special Reduced Fees
During this difficult time, employer participants enrolled in Direct Billing can save between 15% and 40% on fees for the CPhT and the CSPT credential. Direct Billing is a simple way for organizations to pay for your pharmacy technicians to earn or renew PTCB credentials. If your organization has not yet enrolled, submit a Help Center request to enroll. No further action is required for those already enrolled, and the new pricing will be reflected on the Direct Biller’s next invoice.
|SUBMIT A REQUEST|
Educator Resources and Online Learning Tools
Need other help? If you have questions about how COVID-19 is affecting your credentialing activities, please visit our help center at ptcb.org/help for frequently asked questions or to submit a help request.