Cobent Webinar: ‘Automating the Training Process in Quality-Controlled Environments’

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<p>Cobent, provider of training process software solutions to Life Sciences organizations, will be delivering a Webinar on &ldquo;Automating the Training Process in Quality-Controlled Environments.&rdquo;<br /><br />The online seminar, which takes place March 11, will outline how a more automated and training-centric approach to quality management can help life sciences organizations to:<br /> </p><ul><li>Ensure training compliance.</li><li>Improve the efficiency of their training process.</li><li>Improve reporting access to critical data.</li></ul><p> <br />&ldquo;Anyone with responsibility for training processes and/or quality management in their organization should find this Webinar invaluable,&rdquo; commented Howard Sears, Cobent&rsquo;s CEO.<br /> <br />&ldquo;They may currently have a manual or semi-manual process for managing training around standard operating procedures (SOPs), work instructions or generic training elements, in which case, there are marked gains in efficiency as well as cost savings to be made by automating at least some parts of the process.&rdquo;<br /> <br />&ldquo;Many organizations already have a quality management system with modules for document control, complaints management and corrective and preventative actions (CAPA),&rdquo; he added. &ldquo;It is at critical points in these quality processes that events can occur which trigger a need to train.&rdquo;<br /> <br />These could include:</p><p> </p><ul><li>A revision to an engineering SOP or process.</li><li>A complaint or incident that brings about a change to a general work practice.</li><li>A CAPA output that requires a change to a work instruction.</li></ul> <br />&ldquo;These are just some of the quality events that occur on a daily basis, which result in process changes, often document changes that needs to be read, acknowledged with employee understanding of the change demonstrated and recorded to ensure ongoing compliance and quality. Because there are so many items that require training, it could &mdash; and should &mdash; be the center of any quality-management process, providing a business-critical circle of compliance, efficient process and quality,&rdquo; said Sears. <br />

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