Humber College – Injection Training Certificate Program for Pharmacy Technicians

Master core immunization practices and learn how to adequately administer vaccines by injection.

  • Visit the “In-person live session” section below for available dates/locations. You may choose your live session after registration.
  • The course is accessed by the same account that makes the purchase. Owners/Managers registering their staff should have them register under their own account.

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Description

Description:

This program is tailored for pharmacy technicians and is recognized by the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP) for registered pharmacy technician injection training. The program also addresses the 7 competencies approved and required by The Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy (CCCEP).

In-person live session:

This mandatory in-person live session is for the practical exam portion of the course. Your course instructor will give you the information regarding time and location of the assessment.

Course outline:

Online Component (4 hours):

  • Online learning modules
  • Final multiple-choice exam
  • Reflective exercise
  • Program evaluation

In-Person Live Session:

  • Practicing techniques
  • Practical exam (demonstration of intramuscular and subcutaneous injections on a partner)

Course at a glance:

  • 5 CEUs
  • Available until January 24, 2024
  • Blended (Online & In-Person)
  • Accreditation: 8003-2021-3151-B-T
  • Completion requirement: Complete the program’s online component. Attend the in-person live session and successfully demonstrate the skills required to administer subcutaneous and intramuscular injections. Achieve 70% or more on the final multiple- choice exam (maximum two attempts) and complete the reflective exercise and evaluations before the course expiry date.

Who should take this course:

The Injections Training Certificate Program for Pharmacy Technicians is a two-part series designed to support pharmacy technicians in the provision of injections for COVID-19 and influenza vaccines (under specific conditions).

Development Team:

  • Sherilyn Houle, PhD - Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo
  • Leah O’Neal, RPhT
  • Mova Leung, RPh (PharmD)
  • Tiana Tilli, RPh, ACPR (PharmD)