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Welcome to the GCP online
Effective ICH and FDA compliant
Good Clinical Practice training!
Get ICH-GCP online
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About online GCP
Infonetica Ltd.'s Online GCP division is responsible for pioneering and delivering innovative, solid, and accessible online-based
clinical training solutions
ICH Good Clinical Practice training courses
have already been used by over 20,000 people on 6 continents. We provide all-in-one solutions, which include all tools one needed to certify
course material, including a printable .pdf offline version
glossary of terms
an exam including a self-diagnostic tool showing wrongly submitted answers and the chapters of their origin
OnlineGCP has continuously worked towards satisfying and supporting a wide spectrum of requirements for ICH-GCP training.
We aim towards providing training solutions, which are compliant with global directives but also address some specific local requirements and regulations, which are important to location-relevant clinical staff.
Modifications include language translation and, in some cases, incorporation of specific information without taking anything away from ICH guidelines. We currently provide our training solutions in English (
If you score more than 80% on the optional
, we will issue you with a certificate for your records and, if you agree, your name and organisation details will be added to a database of GCP certified personnel that have passed this course. This database can be publicly accessed.
CLICK HERE FOR CERTIFICATE PREVIEW!
An individual can take our GCP courses by registering and paying a fee of £69/€95/$125 (plus VAT where applicable). Note that some NHS trusts have accounts with us and if you are an NHS staff member, you should check with your R&D department to see if they are already registered with us.
Major Topics of the Training
The Principles of
Ethics - IRB Review Boards
Responsibilities of the Investigator
Responsibilities of the Sponsor
Clinical Trial Protocol
Who should take the course?
As prescribed by the international standards and requirements, a basic understanding of Good Clinical Practice is prerequisite for anyone carrying out, or involved in, clinical research and clinical trials. The course is therefore relevant to:
Investigators from hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and research institutes
Clinical trials support staff (e.g staff working in contract research organisations)
R&D staff involved in approving and monitoring clinical trials
Members of ethics committees
Graduates looking to develop a career in clinical research
We are happy to bring you our online ICH GCP course demo. Please feel free to try out our training and test your knowledge by taking a trial exam.
The demo contains all the components of the full training package, so it feels exactly like the real thing. Although only certain parts of the course material and exam have been enabled, you will be able to experience for yourself exactly how our training works in practice.
The online GCP course demo includes:
Examples of the content
Obtain a demo certificate with your name on
Access to the Glossary section
We work with many types of organizations, which perform diverse roles in clinical trials, such as hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, universities, CRO’s, etc.
This has led us to realizing the importance of satisfying internal standards, as well as industry ones. Therefore, we are able to work closely with our clients and modify our trainings, in order to accommodate for both.
Please see some of the custom option that we offer:
Corporate access point development
Customization of the course
Adding company specific information
New Online Good Clinical Laboratory Practice course launched
29 January 2014
Today, Whitehall Training has launched a new online GCLP course. The course was written by Louise Handy – Chairperson of the Research Quality Association (formerly BARQA – who published the first GCLP guidance).
Why aren’t medical devices tested like drugs?
28 January 2014
Earlier this week, the BBC Radio Four programme “Face the Facts” highlighted the scandalous state of the medical device sector. Their report centred on some women who had experienced extreme adverse reaction to trans-vaginal mesh implants. The programme went on to complain about the lack of the highly controlled and blinded testing regime undergone by drugs.
GCP Guidelines - Demo Course
10 Church Terrace
Surrey, TW10 6SE
+ 44 207 099 7432