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Pharmacy Technician Registration Application
Definition of Pharmacy Technician: An individual who is registered with TSBP as a pharmacy technician and whose responsibility in a pharmacy is to provide technical services that do not require professional judgment regarding preparing and distributing drugs and who works under the direct supervision of and is responsible to a pharmacist.
Submit only 1 application. All application fees are non-refundable – including applications made in error. If you made an error on an application, fax a statement to 512-305-8075.
1. Do you now, or have you ever held a Pharmacy Technician Trainee registration? If “yes”, DO NOT CONTINUE with this application. Please review the application instructions for Upgrading a Pharmacy Technician Trainee registration here.
2. Do you now, or have you every held or applied for a Pharmacy Technician Registration in Texas? If “yes” DO NOT CONTINUE with this application. Please call the board office at (512) 305-8031 for the correct application.
If you answered “no” to the above questions, you may continue.
Follow four simple steps to apply for your initial pharmacy technician registration application online:
You must get fingerprinted. Applications are not processed until fingerprint results are received. If you do not receive the fast fingerprint form send an email request to: email@example.com, include your Full Name and Social Security Number.
If you do not receive the fast fingerprint form send an email request to: firstname.lastname@example.org, include your Full Name and Social Security Number.
NOTE: Out of state applicants will also receive a packet with a fingerprint form and instructions sheet because the approved state vendor does not always allow a digital scan. The fingerprint packet is automatically mailed to the address provided on an application within 2 to 3 weeks of the date an application is submitted. Allow time for this packet to arrive in the mail. Do not attempt to complete the fingerprint process prior to receiving the packet in the mail.
Applicants are urged to refrain from contacting TSBP staff regarding open applications, especially if the application is not yet approved due to criminal history. Repeated attempts to call staff further delays processing time. All “Yes” responses to Criminal Background Questions and any “Hits” of criminal history on your fingerprint results must be reviewed by an in-house enforcement officer. This review process may take several months. If you have nothing on your background, and it has been more than 4 weeks since you applied AND got fingerprinted, then perhaps you should contact TSBP staff.
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