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ARCHIVED WEBINAR :: Top of Mind Training Issues for 2012…What Your Quality Peers Are Focusing On This Year
Life science companies of all sizes are challenged to manage compliance training procedures related to GMP, product training, sponsor-driven projects and more. In order to address these quality training challenges, life science organizations need to better understand what new regulatory and technology trends are changing the way training is managed.
During this webinar, we have leveraged our 2011 benchmarking study of life science training trends. This report is based on our Learning Management System (LMS) survey of 200+ life science companies ranging from global enterprises to small entrepreneurial companies.
Our host, Ellen Leinfuss, SVP, Life Sciences, discusses the critical training issues that impact life science quality and clinical teams, such as:
Improving SOP Training Effectiveness - Training effectiveness around SOPs is critical to quality processes, as control documents represented the most popular training type in 2011, and this will continue in 2012. Quality teams will continue to seek new tools for organizing SOPs by job roles, standardizing functions across multiple sites and assuring comprehension through online assessments that assure retention;
Taking a Risk-Based Approach to Training - Concentrating training efforts and resources on high-risk areas of the manufacturing process; this reflects the stated goals and expectations of FDA and other regulatory agencies, ranging from audits to managing product portfolio and integrating acquired products or companies;
Keeping Up with FDA's Regulatory Focus - Incorporating FDA-authored courses into the core requirements of GMP and Part 11 training programs; driving down training costs by reducing the need for off-site workshops.
Please Note: This webinar was recorded on March 13, 2012