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FAQ

The cost is consistent with other accredited learning and with the amount charged by other colleges for a similar accredited course. There is a cost associated with developing accredited education of this magnitude.

For current licensees of existing pharmacies, the deadline to complete Part B of the LEP is May 31, 2021, which should be sufficient time to complete the course. When developing the program, we ensured we were respectful of the busy time and provided a timeline for completion that reflected this. For those applying for a new pharmacy licence, ACP is committed to ensuring that all applicants have a good understanding of the roles and responsibilities they will assume as a licensee before acquiring their new licence. 

Part A of the LEP has been CCCEP-accredited for six continuing education units (CEUs). Part B of the LEP has been CCCEP-accredited for four CEUs.
The course is hosted by Queen’s University, on its Office of Professional Development and Educational Scholarship website. Access links can be found in the Licensee Education Program section of our website and the ACP online learning section (both found under Competence).
The course can be found on the Office of Professional Development and Educational Scholarship website, in the Educational Programs & Opportunities part of the office’s website.
  • Any pharmacist who is not currently a licensee, MUST complete Parts A and B before applying to become a licensee.
  • Any pharmacist who is currently a licensee
    • MUST complete Part B before applying to renew their pharmacy licence in 2021 (deadline is May 31, 2021);
    • MAY complete Part A; and
    • MUST complete Part A and Part B if they are applying to become a licensee of a new pharmacy, or if they are applying to become the new licensee of an existing pharmacy.
  • Anyone who is applying to become a proprietor’s agent for a new pharmacy or an existing pharmacy MUST complete the proprietor’s self-assessment or Part B.

Anyone who is applying to become a proprietor’s agent for a new pharmacy or an existing pharmacy MUST complete the proprietor’s self-assessment or Part B.

Every licensed pharmacy requires a licensee and a proprietor’s agent as identified on the application for a pharmacy licence. The proprietor’s agent is the individual who is either the owner or the designated representative of the owner(s) who fulfils the responsibilities and obligations of a proprietor in accordance with the Pharmacy and Drug Act and has been identified and approved through a pharmacy application process (see further explanation here).

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