The Scientific Archivists Group runs the following training courses
GLP and GCP Archivists training courses
- The one day training courses cover the role of the archivist and the operation of archives. These are suitable for archivists who have recently joined the profession or wish to refresh their knowledge of good archiving practice.
- These courses take place twice a year, normally in February and October.
- There are specific courses for GCP (clinical) archiving and for GLP/scientific archiving.
- Numbers are limited to a maximum of 10 per session in order to ensure all delegates have the opportunity to participate and interact with trainers.
- Further details can be found on the GLP and GCP training courses page
Management of Electronic Records training course
- The number of delegates is kept low (typically between 20 and 25) to ensure all have the opportunity to engage and contribute to the workshop discussions.
- Further details can be found on the Electronic Records course page
- This is a new one-day training course that would be suitable for anyone with responsibility for establishing or maintaining trial master files.
- We cover a range of practical issues associated with TMF maintenance.
- The content is applicable for both paper and electronic trial master files.
- Further details can be found on the TMF Essentials course page