FDA GLP 21 CFR 58 $195.95
You want to quickly and efficiently be trained on the latest version (2016) of FDA's Good Laboratory practice (GLP) for Nonclinical Laboratory Studies,
- You do NOT have time to allocate a full day to take a LIVE GLP Training class on the GLP requirements and 21CFR58,
- You want to train more of your staff on the GLP economically and without having to immobilize them in a class for a full day,
- You want improve your CV and career opportunities in the Biotechnology and pharmaceuticals industries with qualifications in the GLP, by adding this widely industry recognized course to the education or training section of your CV,
- You want to implement the Good Laboratory practice for Pharmaceuticals, Medical Device, Human Food, Dietary Supplements, OR a non-regulated industry test or research laboratory,
- It can be taken from anyone's workplace or from home through the Internet without any time limit to complete the course.
- It has "save and exit" features so that you can do it at your own pace (a couple of sections per day...).
- After registration, there is no time limit on when you can start or complete the course. You have complete flexibility in taking the course around your schedule.
- The cost ranges from $166.56 for group training to $195.95 for individual training. This is an average 60% cost savings on comparable class courses.
- The training uses examples and quizzes that give very good exposures on industry related implementation issues.
- It provides the text of GLP for Nonclinical Laboratory Studies (in dark blue), FDA Regulatory Office guidelines on the different requirements, and uses quizzes to give guidance in implementation of the requirements. The Code of Federal Regulations Title 21, Revised as of April 1, 2016, can be obtained from the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 21CFR58].
- It uses a continuous evaluation method with on-going quizzes to facilitate the information retention.
- If your final average in the ongoing evaluation is equal or greater to 70% you will be issued a training certificate that you can print for 12 hours (1.2 CEUs) of training on the cGLP for Nonclinical Laboratory Studies.
- If your final average in the ongoing evaluation is less than 70%, you will have to take a final exam and score above 70% to be issued the training certificate.