ACP and Queen’s have launched the LEP in a new learning management system (LMS). The new LMS named “Health Sci Ed Connect” will improve the learner experience in the LEP. Health Sci Ed Connect is user friendly for online learning, and will enable learners to download a certificate from the LMS upon completion of the course.
For those who purchased the LEP program in the former LMS (known as Elentra) prior to June 6, 2022 - you will continue to be able to access the courses in Elentra, and you may complete the course on your intended timeline prior to December 31, 2022. If you purchased the course between June 6, 2021 – June 6, 2022, upon request, Queen’s will provide you with access to the new LMS at no additional cost until June 6, 2023. Any learners who purchased their course in Elentra between June 6, 2021 – June 6, 2022 can email us at OPDES.eLearningHelp@queensu.ca to request access; please include your full name, email address tied to your account, and if applicable your Alberta College of Pharmacy Registration Number.
We are excited for you to see the new LMS, and we look forward to improving your experience in the LEP.
Purchase the LEP
Anyone can purchase the LEP in our new LMS Health Sci Ed Connect here.
Did You Purchase the LEP before June 6, 2022?
Alberta College of Pharmacy members can login to Elentra using their ACP username and password; your courses are available in Elentra until December 31, 2022.
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 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 includes 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.
- $250 for those enrolling in both Part A and Part B
- $175 for those enrolling in Part B only
- $100 for those enrolling in the Proprietor Self-Assessment only