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A Certificate of Qualification from the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) is a requirement for individuals first registering as pharmacists or pharmacy technicians
The PEBC is the national certification body for the pharmacy profession to assess qualifications on behalf of participating provincial regulatory authorities.
Credential assessment consists of a document evaluation and an evaluating exam for the relevant level of registration. In Ontario, applicants must have completed their credential assessment before beginning any bridging education required for their relevant pathway to registration.
PEBC examinations are based on the relevant National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) Entry-to-Practice Competencies for pharmacists or pharmacy technicians, and assess the candidate’s pharmaceutical knowledge and skills as required of graduates of current pharmacy education programs in Canada.
PEBC Certification Process for International Pharmacy Graduates
DOCUMENT EVALUATION – You must pass this evaluation of your educational and professional credentials to be eligible to write the Pharmacist Evaluating Examination.
THE PHARMACIST EVALUATING EXAMINATION – You must pass this written examination to be eligible for the Pharmacist Qualifying Examination – Parts I and II.
THE PHARMACIST QUALIFYING EXAMINATION, PART I (MCQ) and PART II (OSCE) - Your final step to qualifying for certification with PEBC. When you have passed both Parts of the examination you will be certified and registered with PEBC.