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  • Language Proficiency Requirements for Licensure as a Pharmacy Technician in Canada

    Language proficiency is an essential skill required of all pharmacy technicians in the day-to-day practice of pharmacy in Canada. NAPRA’s standards were developed for use by pharmacy regulatory authorities in the licensure of pharmacy technicians.  

  • Model Standards of Practice for Canadian Pharmacy Technicians

    The Model Standards of Practice for Canadian Pharmacy Technicians specify the minimum standards of practice a pharmacy technician must meet, and against which their performance will be measured by their regulatory authority. The standards apply to all practicing pharmacy technicians.

  • Pharmacy Technicians' Scope of Practice

    The scope of practice of a Pharmacist Technician varies for each jurisdiction across Canada. The table summarizes the current scope of practice for Pharmacy Technicians in all provinces and territories, and indicates where proposed changes are in progress.

  • Professional Competencies for Canadian Pharmacy Technicians at Entry to Practice

    This document describes the entry-to-practice competency requirements for pharmacy technicians across Canada. Competencies are described as significant job-related knowledge, skills, abilities, attitudes and judgements required for competent performance by members of a profession. They provide…