Four Faces of Compliance Training

Many organizations associate compliance training only with completing training on-time. However, maintaining a compliant training program requires coordination of four separate but equally critical functions – computer systems validation, learner completion compliance, learner role compliance and content-related compliance. Risk is introduced when there is deficiency in any one of these areas. Managing all the functions together strengthens compliance and provides greater visibility.

Join us for this LTEN workshop, to will learn how each area is important to a strong training program and approaches or solutions to common challenges.

Note: This session is intended to be an interactive discussion, extended the topics presented in our January webinar.

  • Date:Tuesday, June 4
  • Time:10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
  • Room:Austin 4
  • Location:Austin 4
  • Session Type:Interactive Discussion
  • Submitter Name: Malmros, Kent
  • Submission Date (CST): 14/01/2019 12:21
  • Session Level: Intermediate
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  • Session Length: 90 Minute Workshop
  • How are you planning on keeping the learners engaged during this presentation?: We will have short breakout sessions for each of the four focus areas and ask on table to present its group's discussion takeaways.
  • Learning Objective 1: Attendees will walk away with a clear understanding of recommended roles and responsibilities for each functional area, and share industry variance.
  • Learning Objective 2: Attendees will understand how implementing dynamic role-based training ensures content driven compliance, and collect best practices on this topic.
  • Learning Objective 3: Attendees will leave the session with a great capacity to ensure learner compliance is balanced with key learning objectives.
  • What is the topic your workshop will cover and how is it relevant to the industry?: Compliance Training. This is a critical shared function throughout life sciences organizations requiring the appropriate attention to avoid error.
John Constantine
Orchestrall, Inc.
Kent Malmros
Veeva Systems