Appraisal Training and Assessment
UPDATE: March 2017
Appraisal Training & Assessment (ATA) Program for
International Pharmacy Graduates and former members is accepting applicants
The Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals (SCPP’s) appraisal training and assessment program is again accepting applicants.
- Only those applicants who already have a file (documents accepted previously) will be contacted regarding their status with the College.
- If you are an International Pharmacy Graduate (IPG) wishing to register with the SCPP and have not yet initiated the licensure process with the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) to date, please refer to the NAPRA Pharmacists’ Gateway Canada at http://www.pharmacistsgatewaycanada.ca for information on beginning this process.
- If you wish to begin the registration process and already hold a Certificate of Qualification from PEBC, please contact us by email with your name, phone number, email address, date of birth and previous/current licensure in other jurisdictions at email@example.com.
- If you are a former member wishing to return to practice, please contact us by email with your name, phone number, email address, date of birth and previous/current licensure in other jurisdictions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE NOTE: SCPP primarily communicates with applicants by email. Applicants are expected to check their email regularly and make sure their email settings will allow SCPP emails to reach their inbox. Inquiries will be answered in the order that your email was received.
Please click on this link for requirements: Registration Requirements for ATA
Already enrolled in the Pharmacists' Gateway? Please click on this link for requirements for those who have registered through the Pharmacists' Gateway Canada Registration Requirements following Pharmacists' Gateway Canada
Pharmacists' Gateway Canada
Beginning August 20, 2014, all international pharmacy graduates (IPGs) who wish to obtain a licence to practise pharmacy in Saskatchewan will follow a new procedure.* The term IPGs refers to pharmacists who have obtained their pharmacy education outside of Canada.
As one of Canada’s pharmacy regulatory authorities (PRAs), we have entrusted our national association, the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA), to develop a new, national approach to facilitate the licensure process for IPGs and to eliminate duplication.
This new program – the Pharmacists’ Gateway Canada – will now be the first point of access rather than the PRA. To help IPGs navigate the licensure process and facilitate their preparation for licensure in Canada, the Gateway provides a website with key information online and through telephone support; and features two self-assessment tools which assist IPGs to make an informed decision before starting the process to become licensed as a pharmacist in Canada. For IPGs wishing to practise in Canada, the process of obtaining a licence begins with enrolment in the Gateway.
We believe the Gateway presents a simple, transparent and safe way to facilitate the pathway to licensure for IPGs wishing to live and work in Canada.
Available to International Pharmacy Graduates as of August 20, 2014
*This does not apply to IPGs who initiated the licensure process with the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada or a pharmacy regulatory authority prior to August 20, 2014.