The need for TMF training is constant. Each workday your TMF team faces a barrage of new regulatory expectations, technologies, processes, documents, therapeutic areas, and clinical trial designs. With each completed study, TMF complexity grows, and the need to learn from past successes and failures becomes increasingly critical. In an environment like this, if your TMF team isn’t growing their skills, they are falling behind.
TMF training, however, has not kept pace with the rapid advancement in TMF complexity. At present, new hires are left to read and acknowledge hundreds of pages of SOPs and work instructions without context, experienced staff face endless reminders to complete required training, many of which have little to do with their daily responsibilities, and top performers stagnate with little opportunity to grow their expertise. Instead of growing TMF knowledge and keeping up-to-date with the latest TMF advances in the industry, traditional TMF training actually discourages stakeholders from taking ownership of TMF health and takes time and resources away from achieving TMF health goals.