TAMPA, FL-Pilgrim Software Inc., provider of enterprise compliance and quality management solutions, has announced that participants in its Industry in Session educational webinar program now can earn regulatory affairs certification (RAC) credits from the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS).
For each of Pilgrim’s live, online seminars attended, participants can earn one RAC credit from RAPS.
A list of accredited webinars is availableHere.
“Continuing education and professional development are critical to RA professionals,” says Nikki Willett, Pilgrim’s vice president of marketing and regulatory affairs. “Whether just entering the field or seasoned industry veterans, they need to keep up-to-date with regulatory policies and procedures, and understand the changes, issues or new trends affecting their products and market. Professional development programs that offer RAC credits, including Pilgrim’s Industry in Session, help RA professionals grow their industry knowledge and skills while managing their career development.”
With sufficient knowledge and experience, those RA professionals can test and earn the highly regarded RAC certification, the only certification specifically for regulatory professionals in the healthcare product sector. The RAC credential is a professional distinction that denotes commitment to excellence, pursuit of knowledge and career advancement.
Industry in Session has been designed for all regulated enterprises and professionals concerned with compliance, quality, risk and safety management issues. The 2009 focus is on a range of topics surrounding these areas, as well as some of today’s most talked-about trends and developments such as environmental concerns, corporate governance, IT security and risk management. Presenters include authorities from a range of fields offering their insights on current issues, broadening participants’ horizons and giving them an edge in today’s challenging and highly competitive operating environment.
RAC Credits Offered for Participation in Webinars
May 27, 2009