Page Category: Registration

Pharmacy Technician Student

Before you begin the online application, please have electronic versions of the following ready to upload:

  • Government-issued photo identification (ID): A notarized photocopy of your valid Canadian or provincial government-issued photo ID (such as a passport or driver’s license). Canadian Birth or Citizenship Certificates may be accepted if accompanied by a notarized passport-sized photo of the applicant. The original document must be sent to the College. 
  • Proof of Personal Liability Insurance in your name – (minimum $1,000,000 per claim or per occurrence and a minimum $2,000,000 annual aggregate).
  • Criminal Record Check: Must be dated no later than six months prior to this application date. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or any other Canadian police service [includes a Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) assessment, documenting that you do not have a record of conviction under the Criminal Code (Canada), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) nor the Food and Drugs Act (Canada).The original document must be sent to the College. 
  • Proof of enrolment in a Pharmacy Technician Program approved by CCAPP (Program confirmation of enrolment letter).

The original documents must be sent to the College, address can be found at the bottom of this page.

NOTE: A copy of the identification document(s) will only be accepted if they are an exact copy and have been notarized* by a Commissioner of Oaths or a lawyer. The copied photo must be clear and in color. 

* A pharmacist’s signature will not be accepted as notary.

Click on the following [link] to create a profile and access to the application form.

Pharmacy Technician Registration, currently licensed in Canada but not in New Brunswick

Application: Pharmacy Technician Registration, currently licensed in Canada but not in New Brunswick

Before you begin the online application, please have electronic versions of the following ready to upload:

  • Government-issued photo identification (ID): notarized* photocopy of your valid Canadian or provincial government-issued photo ID (such as a passport or driver’s license). Canadian Birth or Citizenship Certificates may be accepted if accompanied by a notarized passport-sized photo of the applicant. The original notarized document must also be mailed to the College**.
  • Proof of Personal Liability Insurance in your name – (minimum $2,000,000 per claim or per occurrence and a minimum $4,000,000 annual aggregate).
  • Criminal Record Check: Must be dated no later than six months prior to this application date. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or any other Canadian police service [includes a Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) assessment] documenting that you do not have a record of conviction under the Criminal Code (Canada), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) nor the Food and Drugs Act (Canada).The original document must also be mailed to the College**.
  • Proof of certification in First Aid & CPR*: Equivalent to Red Cross Workplace Standard First Aid & CPR Level C (minimum)

*A copy of the identification document(s) will only be accepted if they are an exact replica and have been notarized* by a Commissioner of Oaths or a lawyer. The copied photo must be clear and in color. The original document must be sent to the College. Address provided at the end of this document.

*A pharmacist’s signature is not accepted.

** Mailing address provided at the end of this application.

Click on the following [link] to create a profile and access to the application form.

Pharmacist – Canadian transfer, currently licensed in Canada but not in New Brunswick

Before you begin the online application, please have electronic versions of the following ready to upload:

  • Government-issued photo identification (ID): notarized* photocopy of your valid Canadian or provincial government-issued photo ID (such as a passport or driver’s license). Canadian Birth or Citizenship Certificates may be accepted if accompanied by a notarized passport-sized photo of the applicant. The original notarized document must also be mailed to the College**.
  • Proof of Personal Liability Insurance in your name – (minimum $2,000,000 per claim or per occurrence and a minimum $4,000,000 annual aggregate).
  • Criminal Record Check: Must be dated no later than six months prior to this application date. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or any other Canadian police service [includes a Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) assessment] documenting that you do not have a record of conviction under the Criminal Code (Canada), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) nor the Food and Drugs Act (Canada).The original document must also be mailed to the College**.
  • Proof of certification in First Aid & CPR*: Workplace Standard First Aid and CPR Level ‘C’.

*NOTE: A copy of the identification document(s) will only be accepted if they are an exact copy and has been notarized* by a Commissioner of Oaths or a lawyer. The copied photo must be clear and in color. The original document must be sent to the College, address provided at the end of this page.

*A pharmacist’s signature is not accepted as Notary.

** Mailing address provided on the application.

Click on the following [link] to create a profile and access to the application form.

 

 

Evidence of Time Service 

Evidence of time service must be submitted to the NB College of Pharmacists no later than two weeks following the completion of any time service period.

Login to your online profile to submit an Evidence of Time Service form.

*NOTE : If work was in another province, the pharmacy regulatory authority in that province must submit a letter on your behalf, confirming the completed time service in order for it to be considered for licensure in New Brunswick. 

Please contact the College if you have any questions about the registration process, or require additional information.


Click on the following [link] to login to your NBCP profile
and access the application form.

Apprenticeship Agreement 

After registration has been confirmed, an Apprenticeship Agreement must be submitted and approved by the NBCP before students begin a block of time service with an approved preceptor.   

Login to your online profile to Submit an Apprenticeship Agreement.

Preceptor qualifications are stipulated in Section 12.23 of the RegulationsPreceptors and students must read the Responsibilities of the Student and Preceptor document.

The student is responsible for submitting the required information to the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists. It is not the responsibility of the preceptor.


Click on the following [link] to login to your NBCP profile
and access the application form.

Application for technical permit to administer injections (Technical Permit)

You must receive your Technical Permit to Administer Injections from the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists (the College) before administering injections to patients.

Prior to completing this application, you must:

  • Read and understand:

Policy: Administration of Injections

Supplemental Standards of Practice: Administration of Injections

  • Have electronic version of the following ready to upload:
  1. Certificate of Completion of Stage II CCCEP accredited training program for Pharmacy Technicians

or 

  1. If you are transferring your permit from another Canadian jurisdiction: Have requested supporting documentation from other Canadian Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities sent directly to the College.

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS:

Only registrants currently on the Pharmacy Technician: Active Direct Client Care register are eligible for a Technical Permit.

  • All training programs must hold Stage II CCCEP accreditation. (immunization courses – CCCEP)
  • Application for a Technical Permit must be made to the College within one year of successful completion of the training program. If you completed a training program more than one year ago, please review section 4.3 of the Policy: Administration of Injections regarding retraining.
  • Technical Permits from other Canadian Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (PRA) are transferable to New Brunswick upon:
    • The College receiving supporting documentation (Letter of Standing indicating permission to administer injections) and:
    • Attestation of current competency through regular and ongoing use of the knowledge and skills requisite for the administration of injections and
    • All other requirements for application being met.

Note: Continuing competency in administering injections

  • Pharmacy professionals are responsible for periodically assessing their ability to perform competently when engaging in any aspect of the practice of pharmacy, including administration of injections. Pharmacy Technicians who have not administered injections for a period of three years must notify the College to have their Technical Permit revoked.
  • Pharmacy Technicians may reapply for a Technical Permit to Administer Injections by successfully completing an accredited training program recognized by the College on administration of injections by IM and SC routes.
  • Pharmacy Technicians must maintain their online profile with the College relating to Technical Permits.

Click on the following [link] to login to your NBCP profile and access the application form.

Application for Registration as a Pharmacy Technician – Not yet licensed in Canada (New graduate)

Application information:

Before you begin the online application, please have the following electronic documents ready to upload:
 
  • Government-issued photo identification (ID): notarized* photocopy (or you can provide proof in person) of your valid Canadian or provincial government-issued photo ID (such as a passport or driver’s license). Canadian Birth or Citizenship Certificates may be accepted if accompanied by a notarized passport-sized photo of the applicant. The original notarized document must also be mailed to the College**. (or you can provide proof in person
  • Proof of Personal Liability Insurance as a Pharmacy Technician in your name – (minimum $1,000,000 per claim or per occurrence and a minimum $2,000,000 annual aggregate).
  • Criminal Record Check: Must be dated no later than six months prior to this application date. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or any other Canadian police service [includes a Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) assessment] documenting that you do not have a record of conviction under the Criminal Code (Canada), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) nor the Food and Drugs Act (Canada).The original document must also be mailed or delivered in person to the College**.
  • Proof of certification in First Aid & CPR*: Equivalent to Red Cross Workplace Standard First Aid & CPR Level C (minimum)
  • Pharmacy Technician Education Program Diploma: Notarized* photocopy of your diploma (or you can provide proof in person)
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A copy of the identification document(s) and diploma will only be accepted if they are an exact copy and have been notarized* by a Commissioner of Oaths or a lawyer. The copied photo must be clear and in color. The original notarized document must be sent to the College, address can be found at the bottom of this page.

A pharmacist’s signature is not accepted as Notary.

Click on the following [link] to login to your NBCP profile and access the application form.

 

Application for Registration as a Pharmacy Technician – Already licensed in Canada, outside NB

Before you begin the online application, please have electronic versions of the following ready to upload:

  • Government-issued photo identification (ID): notarized* photocopy of your valid Canadian or provincial government-issued photo ID (such as a passport or driver’s license). Canadian Birth or Citizenship Certificates may be accepted if accompanied by a notarized passport-sized photo of the applicant. The original notarized document must also be mailed to the College**.
  • Proof of Personal Liability Insurance in your name – (minimum $2,000,000 per claim or per occurrence and a minimum $4,000,000 annual aggregate).
  • Criminal Record Check: Must be dated no later than six months prior to this application date. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or any other Canadian police service [includes a Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) assessment] documenting that you do not have a record of conviction under the Criminal Code (Canada), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) nor the Food and Drugs Act (Canada).The original document must also be mailed to the College**.
  • Proof of certification in First Aid & CPR*: Equivalent to Red Cross Workplace Standard First Aid & CPR Level C (minimum)

*A copy of the identification document(s) will only be accepted if they are an exact copy and have been notarized* by a Commissioner of Oaths or a lawyer. The copied photo must be clear and in color. The original document must be sent to the College at the address on the bottom of this page.

*A pharmacist’s signature is not accepted.


Click on the following [link] to create a profile and access to the application form.

 

Application for Registration as a Pharmacist Student

Before you begin the online application, please have electronic versions of the following ready to upload:

  • Government-issued photo identification (ID): A notarized photocopy of your valid Canadian or provincial government-issued photo ID (such as a passport or driver’s license). Canadian Birth or Citizenship Certificates may be accepted if accompanied by a notarized passport-sized photo of the applicant.
  • Proof of Personal Liability Insurance in your name – (minimum $1,000,000 per claim or per occurrence and a minimum $2,000,000 annual aggregate).
  • Criminal Record Check: Must be dated no later than six months prior to this application date. {Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or any other Canadian police service [includes a Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) assessment] documenting that you do not have a record of conviction under the Criminal Code (Canada), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) nor the Food and Drugs Act (Canada)}.
  • Proof of enrolment in a Pharmacy Degree Program approved by CCAPP or ACPE (University confirmation of enrolment letter).

       The original documents must be sent to the College, address can be found at the bottom of this page.

NOTE: A copy of the identification document(s) will only be accepted if they are an exact copy and have been notarized* by a Commissioner of Oaths or a lawyer. The copied photo must be clear and in color. The original document must be sent to the College. 

A pharmacist’s signature is not accepted as notary.


Click on the following [link] to create a profile and access to the application form.

Application for Registration as a Pharmacist – Not yet licensed in Canada but have studied in Canada or the US (e.g., a new pharmacist graduate)

Before you begin the online application, please have the following electronic documents ready to upload:

  • Government-issued photo identification (ID): notarized* photocopy (or you can provide proof in person) of your valid Canadian or provincial government-issued photo ID (such as a passport or driver’s license). Canadian Birth or Citizenship Certificates may be accepted if accompanied by a notarized passport-sized photo of the applicant. The original notarized document must also be mailed to the College**. (or you can provide proof in person)
  • Proof of Personal Liability Insurance as a Pharmacist in your name – (minimum $2,000,000 per claim or per occurrence and a minimum $4,000,000 annual aggregate).
  • Criminal Record Check: Must be dated no later than six months prior to this application date. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) or any other Canadian police service [includes a Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) assessment] documenting that you do not have a record of conviction under the Criminal Code (Canada), the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) nor the Food and Drugs Act (Canada).The original document must also be mailed or delivered in person to the College**.
  • Proof of certification in First Aid & CPR*: Equivalent to Red Cross Workplace Standard First Aid & CPR Level C (minimum)
  • University degree: Notarized* photocopy of your diploma (or you can provide proof in person)
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*
A copy of the identification document(s) and university diploma will only be accepted if they are an exact copy and have been notarized* by a Commissioner of Oaths or a lawyer.  The copied photo must be clear and in color. The original notarized document must be sent to the College. A pharmacist’s signature is not accepted as Notary.

** Mailing address is provided at the bottom of this page.

Click on the following [link] to login to your NBCP profile and access the application form.

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