Moving from Training for Compliance to Training for Performance
Fri, Jul 14, 2017 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
Increasing the performance of the workforce is one of training’s primary objectives, especially in highly regulated environments with a strong focus on compliance.
Join us for this LTEN webinar, aimed at the GxP community but open and applicable to all life sciences training professionals. Chad Cooper, a learning partner with Biogen, will discuss strategies for building workforce performance by increasing the level of technical knowledge and skills without sacrificing compliance.
The case study program will show how Biogen Manufacturing staff moved away from the classic “read and understand” approach to training to a different model that increases technical knowledge and assesses skill level, thus truly driving a higher level of performance. Chad also will share ideas for incorporating various types of non-GMP technical training into a GMP environment to further increase worker performance.
At this webinar, you will learn how to:
• Articulate what various regulatory agencies actually require with regards to GMP training.
• Describe other methods of structuring and delivering GMP training that do not involve the classic “Read & Understand” approaches.
• Be able to discuss approaches of incorporating non-GMP technical training content into a GMP environment to drive higher performance.
Learning Partner, Biogen
Chad Cooper is a Learning Partner with Biogen in Research Triangle Park, NC, which includes responsibilities for training of Manufacturing staff at the company’s four production plants. Chad has been with Biogen for 15 years and, prior to his role in Learning, was in various operational roles, including Manufacturing, Quality and Engineering management roles. Chad transitioned from operations to the learning focused role as he has a strong belief that effective training can truly increase the performance of an organization. Prior to Biogen, Chad worked in various manufacturing roles at small biotech companies in the Rockville, MD area. Chad received his BS in Biology from East Carolina University and his MBA from North Carolina State University. He is also a veteran of the US Navy, having served in the first Gulf War.
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