In a GMP environment, the training process is the critical foundation of your business. You need qualified, competent people to perform your operations, and that happens through the people you select as trainers. The people you have providing training – on the floor or in the classroom – can make or break your training program. So what can you do to ensure the right people are providing training? What skills do they need to be successful as a trainer?
Even if you have the right people with the right skills, you’re still only halfway there. There are a few other things they need – and without them, the training they provide won’t be effective.
If you’d like to start making your organization’s training more effective – and seeing the results of more effective training in your quality system – start here. This course will provide a step-by-step foundation for identifying what an effective training system must include, identifying the right personnel to conduct training, understanding training design, and measuring outcomes.
Take home benefits from this session will include:
- Identifying required elements of an effective training system – and whether you have them
- Understanding the “paradox of training” and how it impacts the success of training
- Defining the skills and abilities trainers need to be successful – some of which you can teach and some you can’t
- Understanding the role of instructional design – the least understood and most overlooked element of training – and how it provides benefits to your quality system
- Identifying what gets in the way of a trainer providing effective training
- Defining the regulatory expectations for training, and what is required to meet them
- Guidance for assessing your organization’s process and for assessing level of compliance with other regulatory expectations