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Training record-keeping

Abstract:

This chapter examines training record-keeping in the life sciences and other regulated industries. Record-keeping is necessary for any training system that is subject to audit. This necessity may come to be recognized as early as the point in program development when training assessments are created. It certainly comes to be recognized when the program is being implemented (or even piloted) and actual training records are generated. This documentation could include training records (or attendance sheets), training assessments, and curricula or individual training plans (ITPs). These documents could be in electronic form or hard copy. This chapter will first consider some strategic aspects of record-keeping, ...

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