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This fully online, eight week course is designed to prepare students to take a national exam through National Healthcareer Association/NHA in order to become a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT).  With instructor led classes, projects, and guest speakers; students are introduced to and learn the fundamentals of pharmacy history and pharmacy law at large.  Additionally, students learn the Top 200 Drugs (brand, generic, and indication), sig codes (pharmaceutical terminology), and basic pharmacy math calculations.  Upon completion of this course, students will have knowledge of sterile and nonsterile compounding basics, the dispensing process, basic pharmacology, anatomy and physiology, Federal Privacy requirements, and Unit Dose Systems and Medication Repackaging.

Katie Reigelsperger, CPhT, CBCS
CEO & Instructor

Between retail and hospital pharmacy, Katie Reigelsperger has 12 years of experience as a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT).  Beginning at CVS Pharmacy in 2008, Katie worked as the Lead Technician and Inventory Specialist for four years before moving into hospital pharmacy.  In the hospital, Katie was IV and Chemo trained and was then promoted to Pharmacy Supervisor and was in charge of the training program for 30+ technicians in a variety of different areas that included but were not limited to IV, Chemo, and Medication History roles.  Katie was in charge of the local high school internship program for the pharmacy, served as a member of the hospital’s HAZAMT team, and was a part of a program for the local high school that taught seniors about different health care fields prior to graduation.  After founding the school and successfully teaching this course for a year, Katie resigned from her supervisor position in October 2020 to teach at KLR Pharmacy Technician Training School full time. Katie received her CBCS (Certified Billing & Coding Specialist credentials in 2022 and is excited to begin offering an online CBCS course, coming August 2022!

Allison Hardy, CBCS
Director of Administration

Allison received an Associates in Business Management from Ivy Tech and has over 20 years experience in providing administrative, marketing, and IT assistance in many versatile roles throughout her career.  She has been heavily involved in supporting KLR Pharmacy Technician Training School from the beginning and continues to handle a variety of administrative and business elements for the school.  Allision recently received her CBCS (Certified Billing & Coding Specialist) credentials and looks forward to assisting with all aspects of KLR Certified Billing & Coding Specialist School.


You can do hard things!!
~ Miss Katie ~

Allison Hardy, Administrative Coordinator, KLR Pharmacy Technician Training School