Clinical Research Certification
ICH GCP TRAINING
The ICH GCP training modules go over the entire ICH GCP guidelines in detail. They teach you how to apply them rather than just understand the protocols. This is the essential basis of Clinical Research Training.
The quality monitoring modules are needed to work as a supervisor on clinical trials. This is the section not available in any other entry or introductory clinical research training course with more detail than many new Senior CRAs know. These modules allow you to obtain the application, examples, and guidelines needed to monitor trials with ease in your new position.
Regulatory training allows you to understand and apply the FDA regulation guidelines to each individual trial you will supervise after your Clinical Research Training.
AUDIT AND INSPECTIONS
The auditing and inspections modules train you to prepare clinical trials for auditing by your company, government organisation, or academic organisation after your Clinical Research Training.
Subject Recruitment, Retention and Compliance
Misconduct and Fraud
WRITING QUALITY MONITORING REPORTS & FOLLOW UP LETTERS
These modules immerse you in understanding, applying, and learning to write monitoring reports, follow up letters, and professional write-ups required in the CRA position after each clinical site visit or review after your Clinical Research Training.
COMPETENCY TESTING FOR A CRA
The competency testing of your Clinical Research Training modules is the next step needed to ensure that you are ready for your interviews. We establish our CRA’s as future leaders in the clinical trial industry by ensuring you have the full education needed to be promoted in your career quicker than without the course.
CRA LETTER OF REFERENCE
Our top clinical trial supervisor offers interviewing and letters of reference upon approval based on your success in the course.
CRA INTERVIEW PREPARATION
Our tutors work with each student to prepare them for interviews they will face when applying for the CRA position. These sessions are essential in developing the right dialect needed to convey the experience and readiness for the position.