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Technician CE

Online Technician CE (10 hours) *10 hours free annually with WSPA Membership
The Washington State Pharmacy Association has partnered with CEI to offer streamlined access to pharmacy technician education. All the programs and credit you need to continue your education is located in one place. There are ten, one-hour written modules you can print and complete on the go. Also included are live and on demand webinars in the area of pharmacy law and patient safety.

Provides on-demand and live webinars for the pharmacy technicians by WSPA Partners including Texas Pharmacists Association, ACA, IACP and Arizona Pharmacy Association

Technician Law Certificate (8 hours)
A review the fundamentals of Washington State Laws and regulations for technicians applying for a Washington State license.

HIV-AIDS Training
Required for licensure -  here is a list of approved online and live trainings to meet the HIV/AIDS training requirement. 

Live CE Events
Go to WSPA's live events page and check out the calendar and activities.

Technician Day (7 hours)
 (Please check this page in December 2019 for a 2020 date and registration)

WSPA education activities are now hosted by LecturePanda, a platform that helps us administer high quality continuing education to pharmacy professionals. There’s now a simple interface that jump starts learning after a short registration and payment process. WSPA members no longer need member discount codes, because the email associated with your membership automatically gives you the discount! Just select the course you would like to complete and click the “Register” button to get started.

Pharmacy Technicians Requirement to Complete Continuing Education

The Washington State Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission has adopted rules which establish continuing education (CE) requirements for pharmacy technicians. The rule requires pharmacy technicians to complete 10 hours of continuing education (CED) or 1.0 CE unit annually.  One hour must be in pharmacy law and the remaining nine hours must be in pharmacy technician related education.  The proposed rule mirrors the national CE standards for pharmacy technicians set by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board and the Institute for the Certification of Pharmacy Technicians.

You can find more information on the Washington State Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission’s webpage.  If you have questions, please contact or customer service at (360)236-4700.

more Calendar

Legislative Day- Save the Date

Webinar: Performing an Abstract Review

Community Pharmacy Legislative Day- Save the Date

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