Newark, United Kingdom, September 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Infonetica Ltd. and The National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network Coordinating Centre (NIHR CRN CC) have recently concluded an agreement to work closely together in providing clinical staff within NHS portfolio studies with ICH-GCP training online.
According to the agreement, Infonetica Ltd. will provide the NIHR CRN CC with 1,200 training licenses for the next six months, which shall be used to support and train NHS staff working on CRN portfolio studies.
The training is entirely online based and includes multiple sections, which are organized within a core individual account per every trainee. The sections include useful documentation, glossary, and a bookmarking utility, in addition to ICH-GCP course information itself. In addition, there is an administration panel, which allows for management and exportable data analysis of multiple trainee accounts. The training has been designed to be used as either main or auxiliary means of providing ICH-GCP training and certification. The 30-question multiple choice exam may be taken at any point of the training and on multiple occasions until successful completion. Therefore, it allows individuals to work at their own pace and administrators to receive instant information about the progress of trainees.
The certificate, which is obtained only after successfully answering 80% of the exam questions, is available as a downloadable .pdf file. This makes it easy to store digitally or print out, depending on personal needs over time. Furthermore, once obtained and downloaded, the certificate may be edited and re-downloaded to reflect changes in the individual’s personal or work details.