Compliance Computer Based Training
Learn about the laws and regulations that govern the regulated life science industry, with the PathWise Compliance Computer Based Training (CBT) modules. This group of knowledge-based CBTs focus on terms, definitions, regulations and expectations. ePath is the solution for your on-demand learning needs.
Benefits of e-learning and CBT’s include:
- Optimize productivity and training time
- Flexible mobile learning using a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device
- Fulfill new hire and annual FDA training requirements
Choose from the following compliance CBT modules:
Quality Systems Regulation (QSR) for Medical Device
The PathWise Quality System Regulation online computer based training (QSR) is an hour-long module which discusses a high-level understanding of why the Quality System Regulation (QSR) is important, and how it supports your business and compliance drivers. The training focuses on FDA 21 CFR Part 820 Quality System Regulation with a comparison to the ISO standard 13485.LEARN MORE
Current Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharma
Good Documentation Practices (GDP)
This hour-long Computer Based Training (CBT) focuses on Good Documentation Practices (GDP). It addresses the why and how to document so your organization will exceed regulatory expectations. Additionally, this training ensures your organization is consistent in documenting activities. This course addresses why GDP is important and how to document using best practices and industry standards. The CBT also discusses expectations for GDP from a regulatory perspective, and how GDP supports your business and compliance drivers.LEARN MORE
This hour-long computer based training (CBT) module discusses a high-level understanding of the regulations for the Biologics industry. The course provides a breakdown of the FDA requirements in 21 CFR parts 600, 601, and 610, including why these FDA requirements are important and how they support your business and compliance drivers. Major topic areas covered are general requirements, licensing, and biologics standards.LEARN MORE
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