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A: No. Colorado does not license pharmacy technicians.
A: Your employer will decide what credentials and training you need if there are less than three pharmacy technicians in your pharmacy. However, if there are three pharmacy technicians working in your pharmacy with one pharmacist, at least one of those pharmacy technicians must either:
A: With the approval of a pharmacist, you may prepare, mix, assemble, package, label and deliver prescriptions when checked by a pharmacist. Upon approval of a pharmacist, you also may store prescriptions and maintain records.
A: No. You may be inside the pharmacy only if there is a pharmacist present in the building.
A: No. Only a pharmacist or pharmacy intern can take a change or clarification of an order. You are only allowed to add refills.
A: Applicants for a pharmacist license must complete 1500 intern hours within five years of graduating from a Board-approved school or college of pharmacy, or obtaining a Foreign Pharmacy Graduate Equivalency Certification.
A: Intern hours may be obtained in any of the following ways:
A: Acceptable forms of documentation include:
A: No. You must attest to completing these intern hours once you apply for your pharmacist license. This means you do not have to supply documentation proving your intern hours with your application.
A: Yes. We may audit your application at a later date.