What qualifies as a state board-approved validation program?

Validation programs approved by state boards of pharmacy and required for technicians to complete product verification procedures (otherwise known as tech-check-tech) in their state may be used to meet the eligibility requirements for the Technician Product Verification Assessment-Based Certificate Program.

Examples of acceptable documentation include but are not limited to the following:

  • Letter from your employer showing you completed a state-board approved technician product verification training program/assessment.
  • Documentation from your state board of pharmacy showing your employer has been granted permission to perform technician product verification duties (e.g., letter, consent order, waiver, etc.).

If you have any questions regarding your state’s board-of-pharmacy-approved validation programs, please contact your state board of pharmacy directly for clarification. State board of pharmacy contact information can be found on the NABP website.

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