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If you’re interested in career advancement and taking advantage of all the opportunities that a profession of medicine has to offer, start by obtaining your accredited certificate with us.

This Non-Sterile Compounding Preparations course is designed to help you in becoming a qualified compounding pharmacy technician.

Through this course, you’ll learn everything from the basic concept of pharmaceutical compounding to how to differentiate sterile from non-sterile compounding, various methods for non-sterile pharmaceutical compounding and much more.

You’ll enhance your understanding of non-sterile Pharmaceutical Products Compounding, following with define USP 795, USP 797 and USP 800 General Chapters, understand simple non-sterile compounding and measure as well as learn to blend the ingredients, how to mark the finished drug product, identify expiration dates, and so on.

What you’ll learn

  • Understand basic concept of pharmaceutical compounding
  • Define USP 795, USP 797 and USP 800 General Chapters
  • Differentiate sterile from non-sterile compounding
  • Understand USP 795 General Chapter – Nonsterile Pharmaceutical Products Compounding
  • Learn techniques for non-sterile pharmaceutical compounding


  • MUST HAVE basic knowledge of the pharmacy industry and different pharmacy settings
  • A retail pharmacy experience, an advantage

Who this course is for:

  • Pharmacists interested in compounding
  • Pharmacy Technicians interested in expanding and advancing roles
  • Retail pharmacy technicians wanting to move to a specialty pharmacy setting
  • Pharmacy employees wanting to expand knowledge in compounding
  • Pharmacy technician in training
  • Pharmacy students or pharmacy interns

Course Curriculum

Introduction Compounding
Compounding Defined Part 1 00:21:00
Compounding Defined Part 2 00:05:00
Pharmacy Compounding
USP 795 Pharmaceutical Compounding – Nonsterile Preparations 00:05:00
USP 797 Pharmaceutical Compounding – Sterile Preparations 00:05:00
USP 800 Hazardous Drugs—Handling in Healthcare Settings 00:05:00
Non-Sterile Compounding:- Laboratory Tools, and Equipment
Mortars and Pestles 00:03:00
Electronic Balance 00:08:00
Paper Weigh Boats How To Make A Simple Paper Weigh Boat 88 00:01:00
Graduates 00:12:00
Non-Sterile Compounding:- Measurements
Measuring Solid Substances 00:06:00
Measuring Liquid Substances 00:15:00
Measuring Liquid and Reconstitution Using a Graduated Cylinder 00:09:00
Reconstituting Using a Reconstitube 00:03:00
Non-Sterile Compounding:-Dosage Forms
Tablets 00:04:00
Capsules 00:08:00
Capsule Making Demo 00:11:00
Use of Gloves In Capsule Making 00:01:00
Solids and Powders 00:01:00
Solutions and Suspensions 00:12:00
Lotions, Creams, and Ointments Using the Spatulation (Flip ‘n Fold) Method 00:02:00
Repackaging and Unit Math
Blister Packaging (Blister Packs) 00:07:00
Unit Dosing TabletsCapsules (PO) 00:02:00
Unit Dosing Liquid Dosage Forms (PO) 00:03:00
Compounding Pharmacy Math
Weights Conversion kg-g-mg-mcg 00:14:00
Weights Conversion gr – mg 00:04:00
Weights Conversion g – gr 00:01:00
Volume Measurements and Conversion Household – Metric 00:08:00
Compounds Solute, Solvent, and Solution 00:15:00
Percentage 00:02:00
Alligation and Dilution 00:04:00
Dosage Calculation 00:07:00

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