About Pharmacy Technician Training at Everest
Everest is part of the Corinthian Colleges, Inc., family of schools with more than 100 campuses throughout the United States and Canada.
Accreditation is basically an effort to assess the quality of institutions, programs or services by way of accepted standards, and to assure that those standards are met. With post-secondary education and training, there are two types of accreditation that can affect training: institutional and programmatic (or specialized).
Each campus location — Everest College, Institute, or University — all go through rigorous state, regional and national accreditation approvals to ensure the highest quality education for students.
At Everest, we can help you achieve a diploma or an Associate of Science degree through our Pharmacy Technician program, which is nationally accredited through the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)*.
Ultimately, our goal is to help our students achieve their goals and dreams by preparing for careers that may be in demand. In addition to our Pharmacy Technician program, Everest’s other curriculums include short-term diploma programs, associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees.
Our main program areas include Health Care, Criminal Justice, Business, Information Technology, Medical Assisting and Massage Therapy.
We know you have questions. We have the answers that can help you choose the education that may match your desired career path.
We are Everest, and we can help!
*Not every campus offers programmatic accreditation for the Pharmacy Technician program. Contact your local campus student services representative to learn more.