New York Metropolitan: Certification Exam Prep Course June 2017

When:  Jun 17, 2017 from 08:30 AM to 04:00 PM (ET)

Certification Exam Prep Classroom Course

Course Description: The ACRP Certification Exam Preparation classroom course provides guidance on how to prepare for an ACRP Certification exam (e.g., CCRA®, CCRC®, and CPI®) to candidates eligible to take the exam.

The exam has changed in 2017. The certification programs are now aligned with the Clinical Trial Competency Framework developed by the Joint Task Force for Clinical Trial Competency. Knowledge areas reflect current practice as a monitor, study coordinator or investigator. The exam has been expanded from 5 relevant guidelines to 6 relevant guidelines: Declaration of Helsinki, ICH E2A, ICH E6, E8, E9 and now E11 Clinical Trials in Pediatric Population.

Familiarize yourself with the format of the exam, tackle example questions, and conduct a personal gap analysis to ensure you are fully primed to earn your ACRP Certification.

This classroom course was prepared by ACRP experts exclusively for Chapters to offer locally, and is taught by a trainer approved by ACRP to teach this course. It includes PowerPoint presentations/hand-out, interactive classroom exercises, discussions and question-and-answer sessions. No contact hours are offered.

Course Learning Objectives:
  1. Be able to list and use the benefits of certification to drive their exam preparation efforts
  2. Be familiar with the question-style and layout of ACRP’s Certification exams, including how to approach their multiple-choice format
  3. Be able to identify and describe at least three (3) strategies for preparing for ACRP’s Certification exams
  4. Be able to use and reference the six (6) relevant guidelines used to create the ACRP’s Certification exams:
    1. The Declaration of Helsinki
    2. ICH E2A—Safety Definitions
    3. ICH E6—Good Clinical Practice
    4. ICH E8—General Considerations for Clinical Trials
    5. ICH E9—Statistical Principles for Clinical Trials
    6. ICH E11—Clinical Trials in the Pediatric Population
  5. Be able to assess their individual level of readiness by practicing exam questions based on the Detailed Content Outline (DCO) under training conditions (NOT exam conditions)

Registration Fees:
  • NY Metro Chapter Member: $250
  • ACRP Member: $275
  • Non-Member: $300
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
633 3rd Avenue
3rd Floor, Training Room
New York, NY 10016
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Janet Holwell