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ALL TECHS GOING FOR ADVANCED CERTS :: PLEASE READ PTCB RESPONSE BELOW:::: CPhT Training Center programs no longer meet PTCB-Recognized Education/Training Program requirements and are no longer recognized. The CPhT Training Center program you registered for cannot be used toward meeting eligibility requirements. Additionally, any vouchers provided to you by NPTA can no longer be used. To continue with the credentialing process, you will need to meet current eligibility requirements, including completion of a current PTCB-Recognized Education/Training Program. If you have been issued a voucher by NPTA, please provide the voucher number in reply to this message. A replacement voucher... (More)
I have 20 hours of CE, but I am not sure if my requirements are met. I know I have to have a few of a certain type like pharmacy law and also controlled substance training. I am not sure if my CE classes I took ate of those kinds. How do I know? Do I have to call the state board to find out? It doesn't say on nabp what credit was what kind or what ones I still need. I have to recertify by October. Thanks for the help. I'm in the state of Arizona if that helps... (More)
PowerPak Announces the Launch of our New Website PowerPak, the name you trust for your Continuing Education, is very excited to announce the launch of our updated website at www.powerpak.com. We've worked very hard to make the website faster, easier to navigate and more user friendly. Improved course search functionality allows you to filter on more items to find the CE you are looking for quicker. We will continue to add new resources and tools over the coming months. We are committed to our mission of being the trusted and comprehensive clinical resource for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. So stay... (More)