More and more often, 483s and warning letters from regulators are capturing observations of manufacturing personnel performing tasks incorrectly. Furthermore, auditors are attributing these human errors to inadequate training more frequently than ever. This begs the question: “What would they find in your facility?”
Training in a GMP environment must prepare personnel to perform tasks and understand the importance of those duties. When inspectors find that personnel can’t perform their jobs correctly, they often comment that training wasn’t effective – but what exactly does that mean?
What does it take for training to be effective, and how do you make it happen? Join this webinar to find out!
In this interactive session, you’ll learn:
- The ONE thing you must keep in mind about training – it will immediately improve the effectiveness of your training!
- Situations that led to recent 483 and warning letter observations, and what in the training process could have eliminated the issues before they became observations
- The most common model for evaluating training effectiveness – what is required to achieve each level in the model, and suggestions for approaches to use
- The most common elements that erode the effectiveness of training, and how to address them if they exist in your company