The Four Faces of Compliance Training

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Presented by the Veeva Quality Team

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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.

In this webinar, you will learn how each area is important to a strong training program and approaches or solutions to common challenges, including:

  • Recommended roles and responsibilities for each functional area
  • Implementing dynamic role-based training to ensure content driven compliance
  • Ensuring learner compliance is balanced with key learning objectives
  • How modern systems are unifying the four areas of compliance training

About Our Speakers:

John Constantine, Orchestrall, Inc.

John is a veteran of 30 years in the life sciences industry where his expertise lies in the application of learning to business strategy to drive workforce effectiveness and the application of technology to learning to drive learning effectiveness and efficiency. John s a long-term member and served on the Board of Directors of the Life Sciences Trainers and Educators Network (LTEN) for 14 years, including 2 years as president.

Kent Malmros, Veeva Systems

Kent has spent the majority of his career delivering technology-enabled training solutions to life sciences, holding leadership positions at industry leading companies such as AdMed, ClearPoint (Red Nucleus), UL EduNeering (UL), and now at Veeva Systems.

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