Study Group Description:

The Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada Qualifying Examination Part II Objective Structured Clinical Examination (PEBC QEII OSCE) study group focuses on assisting internationally educated pharmacists in reviewing scenarios as outlined in the PEBC Qualifying Examination Blueprint by practicing mock clinical scenarios with feedback from a facilitator.

* Dates and delivery mode of the study group may be subject to change. Registered participants will be notified and updates will posted on our webpage.

Licensing Body/Provincial Body:
  • Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC)
  • Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP)

Co-facilitated by a career coach and licensed pharmacists


No cost for eligible clients accepted into the group

Eligibility Requirements:
  • Be an internationally educated pharmacist
  • Be eligible and registered for an upcoming PEBC QEII (OSCE) exam and provide proof
  • Meet the Alberta College of Pharmacists language requirements and provide proof
  • Write and pass an assessment test
  • Complete a study group assessment with a career coach
  • Be ready, willing and able to commit to the attendance rules
  • Be ready, willing and able to study the required hours per week
  • Be approved by a career coach/facilitator/coordinator
Delivery Method:

In-person *

Please note participants will require access to a laptop or PC and high speed internet suitable for audio and video streaming for online delivery.

Required Textbooks:
  • Compendium of Therapeutic Choices (CTC), Canadian Pharmacists Association (most recent edition) 
  • Compendium of Therapeutics for Minor Ailments (CTMA), Canadian Pharmacists Association (most recent edition) 

August 11 - October 27, 2022 *


1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Number of Sessions:


What are the steps to find out if you can join the PEBC QEII (OSCE) study group?
  1. Call Directions for Immigrants at 403-770-5155 to make an appointment to meet with a career coach
  2. Complete your online registration form
  3. Attend your appointment to determine your eligibility
  4. Write an assessment test
  5. Complete a study group assessment with your career coach
  6. Develop an action plan with your career coach

Please note there are limited number of seats available. To ensure a seat clients should complete the eligibility process as early as possible.