08/13/2018 10:00 AMTraining Topic: Medical Device Employee Training - Requirements and Implementation TipsInstructor: Betty Lane
Objectives of the Presentation
Understanding FDA and ISO training requirements
Understanding how to manage an effective training process
Developing and documenting employee training needs
Techniques for tracking training for all sized companies
Understanding training effectiveness and ways to document it
Why Should you Attend
Training is required by the FDA and ISO 13485, but determining training needs and tracking of training can be challenging, especially as companies grow. Improperly or inadequately trained employees lead to both product and process nonconformities. These can be costly, and potentially even a safety risk to users of your product, themselves or other employees. Most medical device companies are aware of this, and are generally good at specific job-related training, although often not good at documenting this training. From a regulatory perspective, training must be documented. From a company perspective, without properly assessing training needs, documenting actual training and making sure that training is effective, you may not be able to adequately assess if employees are being properly trained and to assure regulators that they are.
This webinar will present specific FDA training requirements. It will focus on techniques for needs assessment and keeping records of in-house training and will also cover how experience and outside training can be integrated into this training. It will provide information and tips on best practices for assuring your employees are properly trained and you can demonstrate it.
Types of training requirements from the FDA and ISO 13485
Examples of ways to document training needs for employees
Various ways to monitor the effectiveness of each type of training
Examples of simple spreadsheets that can be used to track training needs and records in one file. These are ideal for small and medium sized companies
Overview of types of solutions that can be applied to larger medical device companies
Specific techniques for monitoring and documenting training effectiveness