Dearborn Firm Provides Affordable Online FDA Training

DEARBORN — Validation & Compliance Institute LLC Tuesday announced a solution to the problem that all small Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, and Food companies are struggling with: proving to the United States Food and Drug Administration that employees have been trained, without breaking the bank.

VCI’s E-Learning Curriculum is an alternative to smaller companies that have no staff to develop and maintain training and testing.

The curriculum gives employees of smaller companies the same world class GMP training as the big companies, but at an affordable price. The product is a series of on-line GMP training courses that teaches employees of the food, pharmaceutical and medical device industries how to comply with FDA regulations.

The training is available to single users or companies on the VCI Web site at www.vcillc.com/e-learning.html. Class is in session whenever users are ready, anywhere the Internet is accessible.

VCI provides a full range of compliance services for FDA regulated industries.

For more information on VCI’s latest innovations contact Norm Howe at info@vcillc.com or call (734) 274-4680.

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  1. Eric W says:

    Hi
    Another type of compliance is: vendor compliance. A company call Vendor Compliance Services in Carlsbad Ca, who is a vendor compliance company services national Property Management, HOA and Construction industries and provides a free vendor monitoring account to all vendors.

    Thanks
    Eric W

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