FAQ | What kind of work experience is accepted for a California Designated Representative license?

Question: What kind of work experience is accepted for a California Designated Representative license?

Answer:

The California Designated Representative Experience Affidavit specifies what kinds of work experience will be recognized and accepted. Pay close attention to some of the operative words and phrases that are used, such as:

  • paid work experience
  • minimum of one year experience
  • one year of paid work experience in the past three years
  • in a licensed facility

Some of the experience requirements are different, depending upon your selected personal license. Therefore, be sure to reference the personal license application you’re applying for (wholesaler; 3PL; reverse distributor) in the experience affidavit form/section.

Go to California Board of Pharmacy – Apply For A Personal License, for your specific license application

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California Designated Representative Training (approved by the California State Board of Pharmacy)
California Designated Representative Training (approved by the California State Board of Pharmacy)

HMDR License Applications

CA Home Medical Device Retailer (HMDR) License Applications: 1) HMDR Exemptee Application, 2) HMDR California Facility License Application, and 3) HMDR Out-of-State Facility License Application.


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FL CDR – Q & A by the Division of Drugs, Devices, & Cosmetics

The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) – Division of Drugs, Devices, & Cosmetics (DDDC) maintains a webpage full of commonly posed questions. Many of the questions are related to the Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) license:  FL DBPR DDDC Permitting FAQs


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Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) Required For Wholesale Distributors

The Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation – Division of Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics answers the question, “Does my company need a permit?”  Their answer includes a helpful chart, definitions, and a link to relevant Florida statutes

Prescription drug wholesalers need to have a Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR):

“CERTIFIED DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE

All prescription drug wholesale distributor and out-of-state prescription drug wholesale distributor permittees and applicants must designate in writing at least one natural person to serve as the designated representative for a given establishment.  Such person must have an active certification from the department (a “certified designated representative” or “CDR”).”

Source: Certified Designated Representative – Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation


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