We accredit a range of programs and organisations against specific accreditation standards.
We also permit education providers delivering an accredited pharmacy program to self-accredit their vaccination training against our standards.
We decide whether to accredit programs by developing clear, agreed, transparent standards, and evaluating programs against those standards.
This ensures that program graduates and registered pharmacists have the skills and knowledge they need to practise safely.
Education providers meet these standards to accredit or re-accredit a pharmacy degree program. We use these standards to assess programs in Australia and internationally.
See our current pharmacy program standards.
We accredit ITPs in Australia against the pharmacy program standards.
Australian ITP providers should use this blueprint as a guide for how they assess interns. It provides clarity around who measures an intern's competence and how.
See the Intern Year Assessment Blueprint.
These standards are for education programs that credential pharmacists to complete Medication Management Reviews (MMRs) and work as Aged Care On-site Pharmacists.
Education providers meet these standards to accredit or re-accredit their pharmacist education programs.
We will release these standards shortly.
These standards are for education programs that will equip pharmacists with the knowledge, skills and attributes to be competent and safe prescribers within their scope of practice as authorised under relevant legislation.
Education providers meet these standards to accredit or re-accredit their pharmacist prescriber education programs.
CPD accrediting organisations assess CPD activities against this set of standards. It defines the measurable attributes a CPD activity must have to become accredited.
See our current CPD activities accreditation standards.
Immunisation training providers meet these standards to align with state and territory laws.
In April 2020, we included a temporary change to the standards to increase community safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
See our current vaccination training standards.