The Biotech Learning Institute releases its first Good Clinical Practice (GCP) course. The GCP course is the first of 6 Regulatory and Compliance Certification Program courses due to be released.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) October 7, 2004 --
The Biotech Learning Institute announces the release of its online Good Clinical Practice (GCP) course. The GCP course is the first of six Regulatory and Compliance Certification Program courses due to be released within the next year.
The other courses being developed for its Regulatory and Compliance Certification Program include; Introduction to Life Science Regulatory & Compliance Issues, Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), Electronic Records and Signatures (21 CFR Part 11), and Adverse Events (AE) and Serious Adverse Events (SAE) Reporting.
The Chairman of the Institute, Terry Carmichael, stated, “This is an excellent course that we are offering, and fits in well with the other courses that we have been rolling out throughout the year.” Carmichael adds, “We are excited to be offering eLearning courses. This new method of training is convenient, and does not compromise quality at all. In fact, our research has suggested that our students may be getting more out of these courses than they are from attending on-site lectures.”
The Biotech Learning Institute is a world-class training facility providing the tools necessary for companies and professionals to maintain a competitive edge in the market. The Institute prides itself on its comprehensive training and online certification programs targeted to the life science industry. It offers an extensive menu of training courses to biotech, pharmaceutical, regulatory, quality assurance, human resources, and other professionals. The Institutes most popular courses include; Bioinformatics I & II, Advanced Microarrays, Human Gene Therapy, Computer Drug Design, and Genomics.
By using these advanced learning techniques, coupled with automated tracking systems, the Biotech Learning Institute is assisting companies with educating their employees, maintaining training records, and improving the companies overall quality of service. With expertise in managing large training projects, the Biotech Learning Institute aims to assist professionals with uncovering new discoveries and furthering their understanding of the industry and the peripheral technologies within it.
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