The Association of Clinical Research Professionals

Training Packages

Maximize your training investment with up to a 20% discount with customized training packages for CRAs, CRCs, and Investigators. ACRP is the only organization offering comprehensive training on the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) guidelines critical to clnical trial conduct.

Comprehensive ICH Guidelines for Experienced Professionals

ACRP’s on-demand Comprehensive ICH Guidelines for the Experienced CRA eLearning training package provides role-specific training on the four International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) guidelines you should be familiar with when conducting clinical trials:

  • E6 (Good Clinical Practice)
  • E2A (Definitions and Standards for Expedited Reporting)
  • E8 (General Considerations for Clinical Trials)
  • E9 (Statistical Principles for Clinical Trials)

This training package allows you to gain an understanding of these critical ICH guidelines and you will be able to put them into action during your clinical trials to properly ensure quality of data, regulatory compliance and human subject protection at all times.

Preparing for an ACRP Certification Exam? This package provides training on the four ICH guidelines upon which the exams are based.


Human Subject Protection & Ethics

Just getting started in clinical research? This on-demand eLearning training package provides you or your team with the core knowledge necessary before conducting a clinical trial. This training package provides training on the international standard for the conduct of clinical trials and ethical standards necessary to avoid midconduct or fraud.


Operationalize Your Study Protocol

Protocol development and review is a complex topic because of the many parameters involved to ensure a safe and statistically sound trial. This bundle of two courses gives a comprehensive learning experience, offering content on how to operationalize your study protocol through comprehension of clinical trial development and design, data analysis, safety and tolerability evaluations, and reporting requirements. Protocols are explained in detail for learners that either want to conduct a trial or to set-up a trail. We explain through different case-studies what a protocol actually is, its components, and how these vary depending on the research need. It will help you develop a better understanding of study protocol design and help you review and assess an existing study. By appreciating the form and function of a study protocol, you will be able to achieve.

Course content is provided in a fun and interactive way and many hand-outs are provided to help you apply what you learned immediately.


Quality Management

If you are working at a site and are new to the clinical trial quality concept, then this bundle of three site quality related courses will provide you with the basic knowledge and skills to help you set up your own quality systems and procedures. Learn the basics of quality management like for example how to conduct root cause analysis and corrective action/preventive action plans, documentation best practices and risk management strategies, how to make risk-based decisions and the changes required for successful risk management that protect patient safety and quality data at any time. Once you have these basics down, you are ready to start learning how to develop your own most important site specific management tools: Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Metrics and Training. A framework for the necessary elements and systems is provided that should be implemented by a site to ensure quality, including the steps of quality processes and a pro-active approach, amongst others.

Course content is provided in a fun and interactive way and many hand-outs are provided to help you apply what you learned immediately.