Competency Assurance Program
Have a look at the new Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals (SCPP) Competency Assurance web pages and updates.
- Learning Project Records (LPRs) will still be provided after the successful completion of a USask CPE accredited course.
- Blank LPRs will no longer be housed on the USask CPE website.
To meet the current continuing professional development requirements of the SCPP Regulatory Bylaws, practising members must complete and document at least 15 hours of continuing education between April 1, 2023, and June 1, 2024.
In order to renew their license in June 2024 (for the 2024-2025 licensing year), practising members must:
- Summarize their learning portfolio (record of professional development activities) with a Professional Development Log found on the SCPP website.
- Upload their completed Professional Development Log to their SCPP member profile.
Please visit the SCPP Competency Assurance Program website for more information.