ACRP is setting standards in continuing education by offering training programs that meet the real professional development needs of clinical research professionals. ACRP offers the following opportunities to learn and earn continuing education credits: eLearning Courses, Classroom Courses, Webinars, Webinar Replays, Home Study tests from The Monitor, and the Online Conference Library.
NEW - eLearning Courses
ACRP's new eLearning Courses take online learning to a whole new level through an interactive, engaging delivery platform that allows you to experience cutting-edge training anywhere, and at any time that's convenient for you. The following courses are available now as Self-Paced Courses or as Self-Paced & Live Online Courses: Introduction to ICH GCP; Ethical Considerations for Clinical Research Professionals; and ACRP Certification Exam Preparation.
The following courses will be offered in 2013: Fundamentals of Clinical Research; and Project Management.
Registration is open now for ACRP webinars, which deliver online, real-time learning with no travel expenses, interactive Q&A sessions, and the opportunity to earn 1.5 continuing education credits.
Earn 1.5 continuing education credits, without incurring travel expenses, whenever and wherever it is convenient for you.
At less than $11 per continuing education credit, Home Study tests are one of the most economical ways to earn credits while learning through The Monitor, the industry's leading resource for staying in touch with the clinical research community.
Online Conference Library
The purchase of the Online Conference Library is an unsurpassed value that allows you to earn continuing education credits for a nominal fee of $10 per credit while experiencing sessions from past ACRP Global Conferences.
ACRP provides opportunities to train courses and Webinars for ACRP.
NEW: The Professional Development Pathway: Establishing a Standard for Clinical Research Training
This column outlines the steps ACRP is taking to shape the clinical research career pathways, following up on many of the ideas and concerns raised in the special September 2011 issue of The Monitor, which focused on careers in clinical research. In the article, “Who is a Clinical Research Professional?” research professionals were surveyed about their needs and the expectations they face in the workplace.