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The on-line training program is comprehensive and contains 39 sessions.   SEE COURSE OUTLINE.
The program is on going and self-paced and students can study anytime and anywhere.
You have open - ended questions at the end of each session. While these questions will not be scored, instructors will use the answers to evaluate whether the student is seriously and actively studying.
On-line instructors are always ready to answer and clarify any question asked by students over the time of the course.
The students must pass the final exam, which consists of a 100 multiple-choice questions, passing score is at least 70%.
Estimated duration for completion is 150 hours. i.e. approximately three months however there is no time limit.
Students who do not pass the final exam can retake it after they do a thorough revision of all the modules.
Ask about assignments/projects as soon as you pass the final exam, assignments are mandatory in order to make sure students have experience on documentations in clinical trials. 


All graduates will receive a certificate of completion as a Clinical Research Professional, which means they will be able to work either as a Clinical Research Associate (clinical study monitor) or Clinical Research Coordinator; the latter position is usually at the research site.
















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