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- Language: English
- 60 Minutes
- Published: January 2014
- Region: Global
The Developing Effective Training Techniques in the Pharma Industry course will be held on the 15th & 16th May 2014 at The Rembrandt Hotel, London
This intensive course will enable you to understand how to train others effectively through interactive discussions, exercises and practical examples. Participants will gain a comprehensive foundation in the skills to become an effective trainer in the pharmaceutical industry. Using a proven and best practice framework for training, this programme will equip you with the confidence, skills, techniques and knowledge to design, deliver, evaluate and identify training needs and implement a successful training strategy in your role.
There will be plenty of opportunity for sharing experiences and best practice training approaches with other participants during group discussions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is designed for all those who have responsibilities for planning or delivering training within the pharmaceutical, device or animal health industries, or study site. It will be ideal for those new to a training role as well as those who may wish to refresh and develop their existing skills.
Key objectives are:
- Understand the principles of training, how people learn and applying this to how you train
- Build your confidence in planning and designing training courses
- Understand how to carry out training needs analysis and how to develop a training strategy
- Consider how best to deliver and implement effective training
- Learn and share experiences of best practice training tips and techniques – making training easier and more effective
- Develop relevant methods to evaluate the effectiveness and value of the training
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
Training can play an important role in the success of your organisation and your employees. Effective training and support for all levels of employees results in lower turnover and higher productivity. In addition inadequate training is a common finding in FDA and EU inspections, so therefore it is essential in a GXP environment to ensure and document that staff are appropriately trained.
This intensive course will enable you to understand how to train others effectively through interactive discussions, exercises and practical examples. Participants will gain a comprehensive foundation in the skills to become effective at training pharmaceutical staff, whether giving a short or long training session/course, training individual members of the team, small groups or larger training sessions.
Using a proven and best practice framework for training, this programme will equip you with the confidence, skills, techniques and knowledge to design, deliver, evaluate, identify training needs and implement a successful training strategy in your role. There will be plenty of opportunity for sharing experiences and best practice training approaches with other participants during group discussions.
Participants will receive a course material folder containing comprehensive documentation provided by the seminar leader, which will be a valuable source of reference for the future.
ATTENDANCE LIMITED - EARLY REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED
This limitation, a unique feature of all these seminars, will give participants the opportunity for a thorough discussion of the complex issues to be covered by the programme.
A Certificate of Attendance for Professional Development will be given to each participant who completes the course
15 May 2014 Start: 09.30 – Finish: 17.00
16 May 2014 Start: 09.30 – Finish: 16.30
REGISTRATION & COFFEE
15 May 2014 09.00
VENUE & ACCOMMODATION
The Rembrandt Hotel, 11 Thurloe Place, London SW7 2RS
Opposite V&A Museum. Nearest underground station: South Kensington.
NOTE: Events may be cancelled due to commercial or organisational reasons. In this case Research and Markets will refund all registration fees which have already been paid. Research and Markets will not refund any charges arising from the participant having to cancel or re-book transportation or accommodation which he or she has arranged SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Introduction and Objectives
How Adults Learn?
- Identifying different learning styles
- Evaluating ones own style as a trainer/facilitator
- The implications for design, and for delivery – whether one to one training/mentoring, small groups or large groups, webseminar sessions, TC and VC
- The learning cycle
Training Needs Analysis, Developing a Training Strategy and Training Plans in the Pharma Industry
- Understanding key points in the learning-cycle from training needs analysis through to evaluation
- Methods to diagnose training needs within a pharmaceutical organisation and developing a training strategy
- Ensuring vendors and contractors are appropriately trained
- Training plans for employees and documenting the training to comply with EU and FDA regulatory inspection requirements
Planning and Designing a Training Programme in the Pharma Industry
- Creating a framework for training courses
- Planning and preparation – applying a systematic approach
- Setting training objectives relevant to your company goals
Delivering Training to High Standards
- The role of the trainer - Identifying the key skills and the qualities needed
- The essential communication skills needed as a trainer in the pharmaceutical industry
- Presentation skills: developing presentation competence using a structured approach (a practical opportunity for a selection of delegates to prepare and deliver a short presentation – group and individual exercise)
- Overcoming nerves
- Managing difficult questions, situations and individuals
- E-learning, Webseminars and use of technology
Energizing the Learner - Interactive Sessions for GXP and SOP Training
- Exploring ways to make technical and SOP training both creative and fun
- Valuable icebreakers and energisers, use of role plays, case studies, videos, exercise and tips for facilitation of discussions
Evaluation of Training Programmes
- Options for evaluating the effectiveness of the training interventions
- The return on investment from training and metrics
Close of Training Course
Dr Laura Brown is a QA and Training Consultant in the Pharmaceutical Industry and the Course Director of a Pharmaceutical MSc at the School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University. She has also worked as an AssociateFacilitator at Cranfield School of Management.
Laura specialises in training needs analysis, in course design and delivery in GXP areas. She has more than 20 years’ experience of training in the pharmaceutical industry. She has worked for several companies including Wellcome, Hoechst Marion Roussel, Good Clinical Research Practices and Phoenix International. She has had several senior management and training roles in the industry and was Head of Training for a specialist Pharmaceutical Training Company.
Besides a PhD, and an MBA Laura also has a degree in Psychology. Laura is co-author of several management books including `Developing the Individual’, Capstone Publishing.
NOTE: Events may be cancelled due to commercial or organisational reasons. In this case Research and Markets will refund all registration fees which have already been paid. Research and Markets will not refund any charges arising from the participant having to cancel or re-book transportation or accommodation which he or she has arranged