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CriticalPoint Virtual Training

CriticalPoint Virtual Training

CriticalPoint is now offering the same engaging, detailed, and practical training about sterile compounding requirements and best practices that can be accessed from the comfort of your own home anywhere in the world. We’ve developed two different products that differ based on length, budget, and whether they contain live components.

The two products are called:

  1. Live Virtual Training
  2. On-Demand Virtual Training

You’ll find a basic description of each below.

LIVE Virtual Training…Receive Live Training from Our Experts ANYWHERE in the World

The Live Virtual Training classes offer the same great lectures and discussions we have at our training center in Totowa but the group meets virtually. Just like the Live Onsite Training, participants are asked to complete selected eLessons before the live training begins. Live sessions are scheduled for 3.5 to 5.75 hours/day from 10 AM to between 1:30 and 3:45 PM Eastern time, including restroom and lunch breaks. Expert faculty connect with students for questions and answers during interactive lectures, polls, etc. CriticalPoint’s virtual training platform permits face-to-face lectures, discussion, whiteboards, and other features.

Live vCourses to Take from the Comfort of Your Home or Office

  • Best Practices for Nonhazardous Sterile-to-Sterile Compounding
  • Sterile Compounding Inspector Training for CISCI Certification
  • Best Practices for Handling Hazardous Drugs

ON-DEMAND Virtual Training…Get State-of-the-Art On-Demand Training on a Budget
This product is CriticalPoint’s least expensive offering, but with the same great lectures. The on-demand lectures are recorded by our expert faculty and allow participants to train when it is convenient for them.

On-Demand vCourses

  • Hand Hygiene and Garbing
  • Contamination Control and Cleaning
  • Environmental Monitoring and Personnel Sampling
  • Design, Use, and Certification of Engineering Controls
  • Sterile-to-Sterile Compounding Considerations
  • Best Practices for Handling Hazardous Drugs
  • Best Practices for Nonsterile-to-Sterile Compounding (Coming 2021)