Register Now for ACRP Classroom Certification Prep Course, July 23, 2016

Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) Classroom Certification Prep Course

Sponsored by the Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC)

The Weill Cornell Clinical and Translational Science Center is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring the New York Metropolitan Chapter of ACRP’s Classroom Certification Prep Course on Saturday, July 23, 2016, from 9:00AM to 4:00PM with registration beginning at 8:30AM. It will be held at the Weill Greenberg Center, 2nd Floor, Room A/B.

This ACRP Certification Exam Preparation classroom course provides guidance on how to prepare for an ACRP Certification exam (e.g., CCRA®, CCRC®, and CPI®) to candidates eligible to take the exam. Familiarize yourself with the format of the exam, tackle example questions, and conduct a personal gap analysis to ensure you are fully primed to earn your ACRP Certification.

This classroom course was prepared by ACRP experts and includes PowerPoint presentations/handouts, interactive classroom exercises, discussions and question-and-answer sessions.

ACRP Certification is the formal recognition of clinical research professionals who have demonstrated the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform ethical and responsible clinical research by passing one of three role-specific certification exams based on international standards.

By committing to ACRP Certification, you will be promoting professionalism, validating your competence, dedicating yourself to quality standards, and elevating yourself above the crowd.

Please visit the New York Metropolitan Chapter’s website to download the flyer and for information on how to register for the course and fees associated with registration. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided by the New York Metropolitan Chapter.

For more information, visit the New York Metropolitan Chapter’s Upcoming Events page.

Questions? Please contact James P. Holahan, MPH, CCRP at

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