Are you looking for a job in clinical research? Then increase your chances on the labor market with a Blended WMO / GCP course.

Though our unique didactic training method, we ensure that you achieve your goals. Blended The WMO / GCP training is accessible, interactive and connects with your daily practice.

The 8 hours online prep will allow you to fully submerge in WMO and GCP before you join the newly acquired knowledge with your fellow students and trainer.

Course Structure

  • 16 hours (8 hours online, 8 hours class)
  • Dutch and English
  • Minimum 5, maximum 12 participants
  • Blended WMO / GCP Certificate ( TransCelerate acknowledged)

What content is included?

  • ICH GCP, including the R2 Addendum
  • GDPR Privacy regulation (AVG in Dutch)
  • Dutch legislation (WMO), including new procedures and forms
  • Update on the ECTR (European Clinical Trial Regulation)

Who is it for?

This course is perfect for research professionals looking for a deep-dive in clinical research. The training is conducted both online, giving you the convenience of learning where you can learn, and also in a classroom environment, where you can interact with others and learn and build on your learning.

“I liked the interaction during the classroom meeting, we were able to answer our questions and the issues were tailored to our wishes.” – Clinical Trial Assistant

New location

From February 15, the GCP Central HQ and training location will be moving to Amsterdam. Attendees can enjoy easy access to our central location via public transport links to Amsterdam Sloterdijk. The new office is just a few minutes walk from the Isolatorweg Metro Line 50.

Zekeringstraat 7A, 1014 BM, Amsterdam

For more information on the blended WMO / GCP course click here

Course dates

  • March 8
  • June 21
  • September 6
  • December 13

To register your place on one of our upcoming courses click here

Coming soon

We will be launching a new 2 day blended “GCP in the pharmacy” training, which is developed in collaboration with Laureen ten Berg, Marleen Kemper (both Pharmacists in the Amsterdam UMC) and Sonja Akhouzam-el Yandouzi (Pharmacist UMC Utrecht). The first training will be scheduled in May / June 2019.

Do you want to receive more information on this training? Please contact us.

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