My name is Chinelo Ngene, I was born in the East side of Nigeria, but residing in Indianapolis INDIANA. I have been in the United States for 5 years with my family. A mother of 4 Children. It wasn't easy because I go to work and take care of my family as well. Being a Certified Pharmacy Technician is the best achievement and decision I have ever made in my life. I wanted to enroll in a Phlebotomy class, which I started I went to class four times and I quit, Why? because every day I went we would be drawing each other blood for practicals, I wasn't comfortable with that because all the student in the phlebotomy class has a scar/wounds on their brachial region, which was so painful one day I decided to quit. I was depressed because I felt I am not good at doing a Pharmacy Technician, I search Google and I see the KLR Pharmacy Technician Training course. Basically, Katie is a wonderful woman full of visions to help people like me to stand on their feet and be useful. All the Instructors are so nice and supportive. Especially, Mr. Brent, Mr. Brent would make sure you understand what he is teaching. I learned a lot from him. I think KLR pharmacy Technician schools are well organized. I recommend this school to anyone looking for healthcare to start with.