Faculty Training

APhA offers faculty training* programs, at specific licensed partner's institutions, as requested, and annually at APhA's Annual Meeting.  Registration information can be obtained from the coordinator of the licensed partner. 

Requirements of licensed partner faculty for APhA Certificate Training Programs

  • Affiliated with an APhA Licensed Partner
  • A current pharmacist license in good standing 
  • Licensed as a pharmacist at least a year 
  • Successfully completed the APhA specific certificate training program
  • Able to teach adult learners in an interactive format 
  • Ability to relay practical experiences regarding the particular content area 
  • Attend the respective APhA Faculty Training 

The Annual Meeting Faculty Training programs are only open to those licensed partners who have a signed license agreement for the respective certificate training program.  For the Annual Meeting programs, the price is $250 per trainee per class, which includes materials and a Letter of Completion. Annual Meeting registrants will be able to register and pay for the Faculty Training class online. See below for the dates and times for APhA2018's offerings, which will be held in Nashville, TN at the Music City Center. Registration information can be obtained from the coordinator of the licensed partner. 

  • Delivering MTM Services Faculty Training – Saturday, March 17th – 7:00 am – 9:00 am
  • The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care Faculty Training – Saturday, March 17th – 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
  • Pharmacy-based Cardiovascular Disease Risk Management Faculty Training – Sunday, March 18th – 7:30 am – 9:30 am
  • Pharmacy-based Immunization Delivery Faculty Training – Sunday, March 18th – 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
  • Pharmacy-based Travel Health Services Faculty Training - This is an on demand, web-based training program. If you are affiliated with a licensed partner, contact your coordinator for access.

If you meet the requirements, but cannot attend the APhA2018 session, please contact your organization's coordinator to be considered.  If you do not know if your organization is a licensed partner of APhA or you do not know who to contact at your organization, please contact education@aphanet.org.

If your organization or school is interested in offering any of these certificate programs to your pharmacists or student pharmacists, please contact our education office.

*formerly called Train the Trainer (TtT).