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Online GCP Training

Good Clinical Practice Course

Current and comprehensive guide to the basic
principles of ICH Good Clinical Practice

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Welcome to GCP training online!

Our online courses offer a flexible and cost effective learning opportunity to develop your GCP skills. We offer industry recognised training to add to your professional experience, you can gain professional certification as well as CPD points. Online GCP training means you can study when it suits you!
new GCP Practical Course

This course is not only a comprehensive guide to ICH-GCP but the practical application of basic principles in the workplace. You will learn how to apply them in your work on a daily basis.

The course provides case scenarios, taken from real life examples encountered by author, Nick Deaney; who has 30 years experience up to Research Director level in a major pharma group.

Who should take the course?

If you have to apply GCP every day then the Practical Implementation course is just what you need! Those new to clinical research or experienced staff from the NHS, University Hospitals, Pharma, CROs and research institutes will find the course invaluable. As will investigators, clinical trials support staff, research nurses and ethics committee members.
GCP Introductory Course

The course is a current and comprehensive guide to the basic principles of ICH Good Clinical Practice. It reviews and demonstrates the basic principles of GCP including MHRA regulations.

Is this course for you?

If you require a general understanding of GCP the introductory course is for you! Research staff who have monitoring rather than implementation responsibilities will find GCP knowledge extremely valuable. A Qualified Person will benefit from a good general understanding of Good Clinical Practice.
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Designed to learn
  • Interactive with a clear, attractive format
  • You can solve problems as you work through the course to reinforce your learning
  • Easily cross reference to the ICH-GCP E6 document
  • Multiple choice questions throughout the course prepare you for the exam
  • Gain useful insights into the application of GCP from the author's vast experience
  • Carries 9 CPD points and accredited by The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, London
  • Introduction
  • CAs& IECs
  • The Investigator
  • Sponsor's Responsibilities
  • Monitor's Responsibilities
  • Safety & Adverse Event Reporting
  • Clinical Trial Protocol & Amendments
  • Investigator Brochure
  • Essential Documents
Added features
  • Available in German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Bulgarian and Polish
  • Carries 9 CPD points
  • Introduction & Principles of ICH-GCP
  • Informed Consent
  • Ethics
  • Responsibilities of Investigator
  • Responsibilities of Sponsor
  • Clinical Trial Protocol
  • Investigator Brochure
  • Essential Documents

All our Online GCP Training material includes all the changes/amendments proposed in the EU Directive 2005/28/EC and is in line with current regulations.

All trainees receive free access to the course content, resources and useful documents for 6 months after account activation
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If you score more than 80% on the GCP exam, we will issue you with a certificate for your records and if you agree, your name and organisation details will be added to a database of GCP certified personnel that have passed this course. This database can be publicly accessed.
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