ATLANTA (August 13, 2018) – Mrs. Amanda Daniels, a Pharmacy Technician Clinical Coordinator at Atlanta Technical College, was recently recognized by the Pharmacy Technician Educators Council (PTEC) with the 2018 Phil Naut Award.
“Mrs. Daniels is an instructor who is dedicated to empowering her students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in this essential field,” said Dr. Victoria Seals, President. “I want to thank the Pharmacy Technician Educators Council for acknowledging Mrs. Daniels’ commitment to our students and the college. She is truly transforming lives through the power of technical education and I am confident that she will continue her impactful work both inside and outside the classroom.”
Mrs. Daniels was selected to receive this award for her numerous contributions to the education of pharmacy technicians along with demonstrating a clear commitment to educational endeavors through participation in PTEC activities. Since 2001, PTEC has recognized members who have distinguished themselves in the field of Pharmacy Technician education.
“Mrs. Daniels is an instrumental part of the continued success of the Pharmacy Technology program here at Atlanta Technical College,” said Ms. Robbie Howard, Pharmacy Technology Program Director. “She has been such an inspiration to her students and we are so grateful to have her as a part of our team.”
The 27th Annual PTEC Meeting was held this month in Indianapolis, IN for members to discuss future trends in pharmacy technician education. PTEC unites, supports, and empowers educators in the education and training of pharmacy technicians.
For more information on PTEC, please visit: https://www.pharmacytecheducators.com/.
For more information on Atlanta Technical College’s Pharmacy Technician program, please visit: http://atlantatech.edu/academics/programs/pharmacy-technology/.
Atlanta Technical College is a vibrant part of the Technical College System of Georgia and was named its College of the Year in 2012. Prior to that, the college was selected as America’s Best Community College by Washington Monthly magazine. Most recently, Atlanta Technical College has been ranked one of the best in the nation for online courses and programs. In 2017, Atlanta Technical College celebrated 50 years of service. For more information on Atlanta Technical College and its 150 programs, visit www.atlantatech.edu.