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Previously a provisional pharmacy technician

If you were previously on the provisional pharmacy technician or courtesy register and your practice permit expired or was cancelled, you may reapply to the applicable register to complete the entry-to-practice requirements for pharmacy technicians. If you were on the provisional register but your permit expired before you completed the entry-to-practice requirements, you may be required to provide proof of PEBC certification obtained within the last three years before you can return to the provisional register.

If you were on the pharmacy technician register, you are required to adhere to the reinstatement requirements and process.

Reapplication process

Follow these steps to reapply: 

  1. Prepare your supporting documentation. All documents must be in PDF format.
    • registration statutory declaration must be declared before a notary public or a commissioner for oaths within the past six months. Out of province declarants must use a notary public.
    • An Enhanced Police Information Check must be current within the past six months.
    • Proof of PEBC certification (if applicable).
    • Evidence of name change (if applicable). If the name on any document is different from your legal name, you must submit a copy of either your name change or marriage certificate to confirm that you legally changed your name. This document DOES NOT need to be notarized.
  1. Complete and submit your application.
    • Once you are ready to apply complete the following steps:
      • Access the application to reapply (in myACP). All applications can be found in the Catalog.
      • The application will require you to upload the supporting documentation you prepared in step 1. Your application is not complete until all supporting documentation has been uploaded and you have submitted the application
  1. Application decision.
    • Complete applications are reviewed in the order in which they are submitted and may take up to 15 business days to assess and process. Incomplete applications will result in further delays. ACP will notify you via email once your application has been reviewed to indicate next steps or if we have any questions regarding your application. Additional documentation may be required.
  1. Provide your payment.
    • If approved, you will be required to provide payment online. The college’s fees are outlined in the ACP fee schedule. Only the following payment methods will be accepted:
      • Visa, and
      • Mastercard.
    • Payment must be provided within 30 days of your approval or your application will expire, and you will be required to apply again.
  1. Access your practice permit.
    • Once your payment has been processed, your practice permit can be accessed from your myACP profile.

You must not practise until you receive notification that your practice permit is issued.