Arizona Pharmacy Tech CE Requirements

Discover the Continuing Education requirements for Pharmacy Techs in Arizona, tailored to navigate you though the licensure process and regulations specific to Arizona and guide you which of our online courses fulfill those requirements.
20 hours every two years

None

All 20 hours may be online

10/31 every two years (depends on licensing year)

Required Courses

3 hours Opioid, substance use disorder or addiction-related

Immunizers: 2 hours immunization, related to administration of vaccines

Remote Dispensing Pharmacy Technicians: 2 hours in remote dispensing site pharmacy practices - these hours are in addition to the twenty (20) total CE hours required for renewal.

Verification Technician: 4 hours in patient safety.

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Courses that meet the above requirements

Opioid, substance use disorder or addiction-related

Remote dispensing site pharmacy practices

Immunization
Any courses in the Immunizations category

Notes

From the Arizona statutes: "A pharmacy technician licensee is exempt from the continuing education requirement ... between the time of initial licensure and first renewal."

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Board Information

Arizona State Board of Pharmacy

P.O. Box 18520

Phoenix, AZ 85005

Phone: 602-771-2727

https://pharmacy.az.gov/contact-us

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Frequently asked questions

Q: How do I access my courses, see the materials, and take the tests?

A: After signing into your account click on the personMy Info/Courses link in the top blue navbar. If this is the first time you have logged onto your account you may have to confirm your email and enter license details before you can access your courses. This is so we can submit your courses to CPEMonitor and CEbroker. If this is the case, simply click on the email confirmation link and enter the required information and you will be automatically directed to your account page.

After you have logged on, you will find incomplete courses under the Incomplete Courses tab, completed courses under the Complete Courses tab, and any purchased live webinars or live courses under the Live Webinars tab.

Q: My courses haven’t been reported to CPEMonitor.

A: First, wait 2-4 hours for courses to be processed by CPEMonitor. After this time, go to personMy Info/Courses >> Completed Courses and click ‘Click to Check’ on ‘Has this Course Been Reported to CPEMonitor?’ This button will check if the course has been reported and then try and resubmit it if it hasn’t been reported. If this fails, check to make sure your NABP eProfile ID and date of birth are accurate in personMy Info/Courses >> Manage Account. If this information is accurate and the course is still not reported contact us as soon as possible using the Support page.

Q: I've purchased a live webinar or live conference. What do I do to register for it?

A: To register for your purchased webinar click on the personMy Info/Courses link in the top blue navbar. If this is the first time you have logged onto your account you may have to confirm your email and enter license details (see the "FAQ: How do I access my courses, see the materials, and take the tests?" for more information about this.) Then simply click the Live Webinars tab and click Register for Webinar. We recommend registering with the same email your account is under to make it easier for us to confirm you attended the webinar. The webinar will then happen at the time displayed under it on the Live page.

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