For more information or questions regarding the program please email:
OPDES.eLearningHelp@queensu.ca. Please allow 72 business hours for reply.
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Licensee Education Program
The Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP), with support from Queen’s University, Office of Professional Development and Educational Scholarship, has developed a Licensee Education Program and Proprietor Self-Assessment. The program is designed to help pharmacists, licensees, and proprietors:
- articulate the licensee’s and proprietor’s legal responsibilities, and ACP’s expectations when operating a pharmacy, particularly regarding the authority, responsibility, and accountability of licensees, in context with current legislation;
- use relevant resources to update and maintain knowledge about legislation and standards for operating a pharmacy; and
- develop an understanding of the pharmacy licensee’s role: leader, manager, professional, and clinician.
The Licensee Education Program consists of two parts:
- Part A (available now) includes readings, peer conversation and reflection, and an online module (Chapters 1-5). Part A of the program has been CCCEP-accredited for six continuing education units (CEUs).
- Part B (available now) will include an online module and resources (Chapters 6-7) and a self-assessment (Chapter 8). Part B has been CCCEP-accredited for four continuing education units (CEUs).
The Proprietor Self-Assessment is available now.
The Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy has accredited Part A of this program for six CEUs and Part B for four CEUs.
Alberta College of Pharmacy members can login using their ACP username and password to enroll in the LEP or Proprietor Self-Assessment. Non-members can email us at OPDES.eLearningHelp@queensu.ca to register.
- $250 for those enrolling in both Part A and Part B.
- $175 for those enrolling in Part B (If an individual wishes to add on completion of Part A at a later date, the cost applied will be an additional $75.), and
- $100 for those enrolling in the Proprietor Self-Assessment.