Xavier Health
QA/RA Institute for Medical Device Professionals
 

Design Controls Series Certificate Program


Download Summary of Design Controls Series

Course Format:

  • Webinar

Expert Faculty:

Series Description:

Design Planning – Design Inputs – Design Outputs – Design Verification and Validation – Design Changes – Design Reviews – Design Transfer – Design Defect Management – Design History Files – Risk Management… are any of these areas of your responsibility? Are you part of a design team to ensure product safety and efficacy?

Join us and enhance your knowledge and skills and obtain application tools during a 10-part series focused on all aspects of design controls.

Coursework offered through the Xavier QA/RA Institute focuses on QA/RA areas of interest with special emphasis on providing participants with a working knowledge to facilitate application of learnings.

**Receive a 10% Discount for purchasing all 10 modules**

Course Certification:

Join us to enhance your knowledge and skills and obtain application tools during a 10-part series focused on all aspects of design controls.

Course Certificates:

Receive professional continuing education credits  by attending a course (either live or on-demand) and then completing an evaluation form: CEU Evaluation.  The evaluation form can be submitted to Marla Phillips (phillipsm4@xavier.edu).  To receive full credit, users must be individual, paying members with a registered QARA Institute account.

To receive professional certification for Design Controls: Professionals that complete all 10 courses (by submitting an evaluation form) and complete the final exam (remotely) will receive professional certification.

Tuition:

Registrants may register for individual modules separately if desired. Select the module(s) of interest from the list provided above.

Industry: $3150.00
†Small Companies: $2475.00
†††Startup/Academic: $675.00
Government Official: $0.00

Attendee Types
† A Small Business is one that has less than 100 employees.

††† A Start-up Company is one that manufactures product. A start-up company who provides only services is not included in this category. The start-up company must not have product on the market yet, and therefore no revenue being generated. The start-up company has less than 10 employees.