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Asked a question 9 months ago

For all of the CSPT, how many years experience did you have to be grandfathered in...I currently have 12 years?

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Christopher S. Moore
Oncology & Inpatient - BS, AS, AA, CPhT-Adv, CSPT, NREMT-R

There is no real “grandfathering” method for the CSPT certification as it requires successful completion of the exam to acquire.

There are two pathways to be applicable for the exam.  Pathway 1 requires formal recognized-education and at least one year of sterile compounding experience.  Pathway 2 requires only three years of sterile compounding experience.

https://www.ptcb.org/credentials/certified-compounded-sterile-preparation-technician43

11yrs. Still have to take the cspt exam to get certified.