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Alberta College of Pharmacy Modules

For more information or questions regarding the program please email:

OPDES.eLearningHelp@queensu.ca. Please allow 72 business hours for reply.  Note, the University is closed July 1, 2 & 3 2020.

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Alberta College of Pharmacy
CCCEP Accredited

Licensee Education Program 

The Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP) has teamed with Queen's University to develop the Licensee Education Program (LEP).

The program is designed to help 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 understanding about the pharmacy licensee's role:  leader, manager, professional and clinician.

Part A (available now) includes readings, peer conversation, reflection, and an online module (Chapters 1-5).

Part B (available September 1st, 2020) will include an online module (Chapters 6-7) and a self-assessment (Chapter 8).

The Licensee Education Program has been accredited by the Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy (CCCEP), for a value of 6 CEUs. 

Proprietor Self-Assessment

This-self assessment is for proprietors and involves a reflective review of the legal expectations and responsibilities of a licensee and proprietor.  The self-assessment is the same one found in Part B of the LEP.


Alberta College of Pharmacy members can login using their ACP username and password to enrol in the LEP or Proprietor Self-Assessment. Enrolment is currently not available for non ACP members due to off-campus privacy regulations.  Please email us and we will notify you when the modules become available for public registration: OPDES.eLearningHelp@queensu.ca


  • $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.