Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is the international ethical, scientific and practical standard to which all clinical research is GCP training conducted. Compliance with GCP provides public assurance that the rights, safety and wellbeing of research participants are protected and that research data are reliable.


To find out more about GCP training and for help deciding which of our courses is most appropriate for you, visit our website.


Our e-learning courses are listed below.
Our face to face courses are listed by geographical area in the Local Learning section.



RELEASE OCTOBER 2016
Please note that this is the updated version of the course "Introduction to Good Clinical Practice eLearning (Primary Care)" .
If you have started but not finished the previous version of the course, you can still access and complete this if you wish.  Scroll down to the bottom of this page to see the previous version.  



This is an e-learning course. 

For face to face workshops see the Local Learning section. 

This course provides an introduction to GCP in a primary care setting.  A secondary care version of the course is also available below.  This course can also be completed as a refresher.

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For the enrolment key to enter the course, click on the email address below:

crncc.training@nihr.ac.uk

If you need an automated response or you can't open the email link, please read Enrolment Key Help.

Once you have the enrolment key, please enter it by clicking on the course title above.


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RELEASE OCTOBER 2016
Please note that this is the updated version of the course "Introduction to Good Clinical Practice eLearning (Secondary Care)".
If you have started but not finished the previous version of the course, you can still access and complete this if you wish.  Scroll down to the bottom of this page to see the previous version.  


This is an e-learning course. 

For face to face workshops see the Local Learning section. 

This course provides an introduction to GCP in a secondary care setting.  A primary care version of the course is also available above. This course can also be completed as a refresher.


key

For the enrolment key to enter the course, click on the email address below:


If you need an automated response or you can't open the email link, please read Enrolment Key Help

Once you have the enrolment key, please enter it by clicking on the course title above.



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RELEASE OCTOBER 2016
Please note that this is the updated version of the course "Introduction to GCP for IMP Management (Pharmacy)" .
If you have started but not finished the previous version of the course, you can still access and complete this if you wish.  Scroll down to the bottom of this page to see the previous version.  

This course is designed to provide an introduction to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) for research delivery staff involved in the management of Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs) at research sites. 

More information about our programme of GCP courses, including a more detailed description of this e-learning course, can be found on our website. 



This is an e-learning course. 

For face to face workshops see the Local Learning section. 

This course provides an introduction to GCP in a pharmacy setting. 

key

For the enrolment key to enter the course, click on the email address below:

crncc.training@nihr.ac.uk

If you need an automated response or you can't open the email link, please read Enrolment Key Help.

Once you have the enrolment key, please enter it by clicking on the course title above.


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This course introduces the requirements of the process of informed consent in paediatric research. It is written with the assumption that you have an introductory level understanding of the process of Informed Consent, and this is not covered here. 

If you do not already have an understanding of the process of Informed Consent, we recommend that you complete the Introduction to Good Clinical Practice eLearning course first, and return to this later. 

More information about our programme of GCP courses, including a more detailed description of this e-learning course, can be found on our website

 

For the enrolment key to enter the course click on the email address below:

crncc.training@nihr.ac.uk

If you need an automated response or you can't open the email link, please read Enrolment Key Help

Once you have the enrolment key, please enter it by clicking on the course title above.


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This course introduces informed consent with adults who lack the capacity to consent to research.  It is written with the assumption that you have an introductory level understanding of the process of Informed Consent, and this is not covered here. 

If you do not already have an understanding of the process of Informed Consent, we recommend that you complete the Introduction to Good Clinical Practice eLearning course first, and return to this later. 

More information about our programme of GCP courses, including a more detailed description of this e-learning course, can be found on our website

 

For the enrolment key to enter the course click on the email address below:

If you need an automated response or you can't open the email link, please read Enrolment Key Help

Once you have the enrolment key, please enter it by clicking on the course title above.


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Old version

Please note that an updated version of the course "Introduction to Good Clinical Practice eLearning (Primary Care)" is now available - see above.  If you have started but not finished this old version of the course, you can still access and complete it, if you wish, by clicking on the title of the course.  The certificate you obtain will be as valid as the certificate for the updated version.  It is not possible to transfer to the updated version part way through.  You must complete the version you start. 




This is an e-learning course.  

For face to face workshops see the Local Learning section. 

This course provides an introduction to GCP in a primary care setting.  A secondary care version of the course is also available below.  This course can also be completed as a refresher.




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Old version

Please note that an updated version of the course "Introduction to Good Clinical Practice eLearning (Secondary Care)" is now available - see above.  If you have started but not finished this old version of the course, you can still access and complete it, if you wish, by clicking on the title of the course.  The certificate you obtain will be as valid as the certificate for the updated version.  It is not possible to transfer to the updated version part way through.  You must complete the version you start. 




This is an e-learning course.

For face to face workshops see the Local Learning section.

This course provides an introduction to GCP in a secondary care setting.  A primary care version of the course is also available above. This course can also be completed as a refresher.


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Please note that an updated version of this course is now available (see above)

This course is designed to provide an introduction to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) for research delivery staff involved in the management of Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs) at research sites. 

More information about our programme of GCP courses, including a more detailed description of this e-learning course, can be found on our website. 




This course is designed to provide an introduction to Good Clinical Practice in General Dental Practice (GCP)


More information about our programme of GCP courses, including a more detailed description of this e-learning course, can be found on our website. 



This is an e-learning course. 

For face to face workshops see the Local Learning section. 

This course provides an introduction to GCP in a general dental practice setting. 

key

For the enrolment key to enter the course, click on the email address below:

crncc.training@nihr.ac.uk

If you need an automated response or you can't open the email link, please read Enrolment Key Help.

Once you have the enrolment key, please enter it by clicking on the course title above.


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