The Health Sciences Records and Archives Association runs the following training courses

GxP-Regulated Archives and the GxP Archivist

  • This training course cover the role of the archivist and the operation of the archive. It is suitable for archivists who have recently joined the profession or wish to refresh their knowledge of good archiving practice.
  • The course is aimed primarily at those in a regulatory archive environment (GLP, GCP, GMP) but is also beneficial for those working in research archives.
  • The course is delivered as a one-day training course, and as a series of webinars.
  • Numbers are limited to ensure that all delegates have the opportunity to participate and interact with trainers.
  • Further details can be found on the GxP-Regulated Archives and the GxP Archivist course page.

Management of Electronic Records

  • This training course covers the legislation, electronic formats and storage media, tools to manage electronic documents, solutions for handling emails and information about electronic signatures.
  • The course is delivered as a one-day training course, and as a series of webinars.
  • The number of delegates is kept low to ensure all have the opportunity to engage and contribute to the workshop discussions.
  • Further details can be found on the Electronic Records course page.

TMF Essentials

  • This training course is suitable for anyone with responsibility for establishing or maintaining Trial Master Files (TMFs).
  • A range of practical issues associated with TMF maintenance is covered.
  • The content is applicable for both paper and electronic TMFs.
  • The course is delivered as a one-day training course, and as a series of webinars.
  • Further details can be found on the TMF Essentials course page.

GxP Inspection Readiness

  • This course is delivered as a workshop in partnership with other organisations such as IQPC and EXL.
  • This workshop is designed to provide insight and information to help individuals prepare for a regulatory (GxP) inspection from a Records Management perspective.
  • The course covers the regulations involved, how to prepare for an inspection, how to identify, manage and limit risk, the possible outcomes and how to respond to findings and how to avoid the pitfalls.
  • Early bird discounts are available for those booking in advance.
  • For further details check the Upcoming Events on the right of this page, and our News page.