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LearnAboutGMP On-demand Training

Keep Your Workforce Compliant and Take the Pain Out of GMP & Regulatory Training

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What is ComplianceQuest's LearnAboutGMP?

In life sciences organizations, keeping your workforce trained and certified to adequately perform their responsibilities is a key regulatory requirement. Besides identifying what they need to be trained on, the organization has to spend a lot of time and money creating the content and hope the content complies to the requirements intended for. This approach is costly, time consuming and potentially exposing the organization to significant regulatory compliance risk. With CQ’s LearnAboutGMP Solution, an on-demand training service designed specifically for life science organizations, we keep your workforce trained without you creating, maintaining or (constantly) updating the courses yourself, we’ll do that for you! Integrated into CQ Training Management, the learning paths and certifications are set-up once and tracked for all employees and thus taking the risks away from this critical regulatory compliance.

Honestly now, is this the best way to train your workforce…?

PowerPoint presentations are dull, organizing classroom-based training is too cumbersome and the regulatory websites are too confusing!
What if there was a simpler way to train your workforce (continuously)?

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Regulations and standards too hard to understand…

Same old boring PowerPoint
presentations

Classroom training not enough for today’s employee

Classroom training takes too
long

LearnAboutGMP On-demand Training Datasheet

Don’t want to risk an FDA warning letter?

These are consequences other companies have had to face, do you want to be one of them?

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Warning Letter

Failure to establish adequate procedures for identifying training needs and ensure that all personnel are trained to adequately perform their assigned responsibilities, as required by 21 CFR 211.25(b). […]”

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Warning Letter

Failure to adequately establish training needs as required by 21 CFR 820.25(b). For example, your (b)(4) requires that training needs to be identified and that employees possess the required […]

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