eCollege ® | Training Management System

Enhance Overall Planning, Implementation and Outcome Evaluability of Clinical Research Training



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eCollege leverages the Power of the Internet to Operate Online In Full Processes to Build Internal Training Systems and Enhance Talent Development


  •  Friendly user interface, easy online operation, cost-saving

  •  Administrator designs learning path according to position and department

  •  Lecturers can create various types of lectures

  •  Student login at any time to obtain training and certification

  •  Department leaders keep track of training progress and outcomes

  •  Accumulate enterprise training resources and enrich training experience



Clinical Research Foundation Courses:

Applicable to practitioners who have few or some clinical research work experience, but wish to have comprehensive, systematic and rapid understanding of the clinical research industry so as to deepen the clinical research profession, and apply it to the actual work. The current curriculum is divided into CRA and CRC based on different subjects.

Pharmacovigilance Basic Courses of :

Applicable to practitioners who have few or some clinical research work experiences, but wish to have comprehensive, systematic and rapid understanding of the clinical research industry so as to deepen the clinical research profession, and apply it to the actual work.

At present, there are 7 chapters in the curriculum, which are successively under development and production: the introduction of pharmacovigilance; the basic terminology of pharmacovigilance; the primary, secondary and tertiary level of drug safety evaluation; communication and problem analysis; the support and resource acquisition of pharmacovigilance; the strategy of pharmacovigilance; the primary, secondary and tertiary level of the practice of pharmacovigilance.


Automatic Report Statistics For a Comprehensive Assessment of Training Effectiveness and Consistent Optimization to Enhance the Competitiveness of Enterprises


  •  Administrators track the progress and feedback of trainers and trainees through data records to facilitate objective training schedule and content adjustment

  •  Trainees view training records for self-training management. Repeated learning can enhance training effects

  •  Lecturers check the training mission arrangements and trainee training

  •  Department leaders can check employee training record report to oversee training progress

  •  Automatic integration of employee resume and training records facilitate updating talent skills