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UL PURE™ Learning has partnered with corporate and government clients in the Life Science, Health Care, Energy and General Industry markets for over 30 years.

We currently maintain more than 500 eLearning courses that are written and reviewed by recognized subject matter experts, including the USFDA. In fact, more than 1 million industry professionals, including over 36,000 FDA investigators, have completed over seven million courses since 2003. Courses are regularly updated to reflect the most current expectations and requirements of regulators and industry groups. Our global qualityand compliance management methodology has resulted in measurable performance and compliance improvements.

Our eLearning philosophyis based on Mastery Learning, which has been proven to improve retention and change behavior in adult learners through methods thatinclude interaction with dynamic content and built-in assessments.

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Administrative Roles of the Clinical Research Coordinator

This course will address the administrative roles and responsibilities of the Clinical Research Coordinator who has been delegated by a principal investigator to coordinate multiple aspects of a clinical trial at an investigative site. The CRC is the individual who oversees completion of the protocol procedures by coordinating both schedules of patients and staff. While this course will be addressing tasks required to fulfill the administrative roles and responsibilities of a designated CRC, the same tasks are required of any clinical trial. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to identify the CRC role throughout a clinical trial, as well as recognize applicable Good Clinical Practice standards.

Affirmative Action in the Workplace (For Employers)

Federal laws make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, or genetic information. Many states and localities have similar laws which provide additional, sometimes overlapping, protections. Some employers, as a result of doing business with the federal government, doing business as a subcontractor with a government contractor, or as a recipient of federal funding, have additional obligations to engage in affirmative action to recruit and hire women, minorities, protected veterans, and qualified persons with disabilities. Many state and local governments also have affirmative action laws which are similar to federal requirements. These laws may apply to companies not covered under the federal law. This course outlines essential features of affirmative action requirements for federal contractors. This course also describes Affirmative Ac

Age Discrimination

This course includes helpful information for employers dealing with age discrimination issues. It provides an overview of federal legislation prohibiting age discrimination in the workplace and is designed for managers and supervisors. Learners should complete the Affirmative Action course prior to completing this course. These issues are particularly challenging when an employer reduces head count or is managing an aging workforce. Over 22,000 charges of discrimination are filed annually with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Americans with Disabilities Act

This course outlines the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for managers and supervisors. The course content covers who is classified as a disabled employee and how these employees are protected under the ADA. This course also discusses the concepts of reasonable accommodation and undue hardship as well as coverage for substance abuse.

Antitrust Law and Competitor Relationships

Federal antitrust laws are designed to ensure that the basic promise of a free market economy and effective competition is not undermined by unlawful manipulation or collusion between competitors. This course explains how antitrust legislation regulates contact between competitors, and what employers and employees can do to ensure that they are in compliance with U.S. antitrust laws.

Application of GMPs to Analytical Laboratories

In this course, you will review the specific requirements of Good Manufacturing Practice or GMPs, as they apply to Analytical Laboratories. It is crucial to understand the impact that GMPs have on everyday laboratory practices. Compliance with GMP requirements is essential in order to create products that are both safe and effective.