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  • What are the key decisions when planning Serialization training for your personnel? [Part1]

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 30 March 2015

    All major Pharmaceutical Manufacturers will need to implement Serialization related technologies if they are to satisfy imminent packaging and distribution regulations in large markets such as the USA, EU, Brazil and China. In addition to the considerable efforts to design, source and commission both the hardware and software technologies required to implement various Serialization capabilities […]

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  • What is Serialization and what are the potential benefits to Pharmaceutical Manufacturers?

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 19 March 2015

    A. What is Serialization? In order to satisfy distribution regulations in large markets such as the USA, EU, Brazil and China it is necessary for Pharmaceutical manufacturers to implement packaging production line systems (including print, vision and packaging system technologies) that consistently meet these regulations for high volume production. One of these regulations relates to […]

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  • ZT Learning Case Study Series – Multi-Lingual e-Learning reduces costs by over 60%

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 12 January 2015

    This blog is the third in the series looking at some practical working examples where ZT Learning has helped customers facing learning challenge and how we set about to overcome them. Due to confidentiality the customer will remain anonymous. The Challenge This customer is one of the largest manufacturer of vaccines and a world leader […]

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  • ZT Learning Case Study Series, Driving Compliance and Best Practice

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 16 December 2014

    In our last blog we kicked off our ZT Learning Case Study series talking about how ZT Learning ‘Reduced 41 hours of classroom learning into 4 hours of engaging e-learning’ for a customer in the life sciences industry. This week we focus another customer who had another set of challenges to overcome. The Challenges One […]

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  • ZT Learning Case Study Series – Reducing 41 hours of classroom training into 4 hours of engaging e-Learning

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 4 December 2014

    In this blog series we look at some working examples where ZT Learning has helped customers facing learning challenge and how we set about to overcome them. Due to confidentiality the customer will remain anonymous. The Challenge This customer is dedicated to addressing and solving the most important unmet medical needs of our time, including […]

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  • Six Steps to Success with the ZTLearning Custom Development Approach

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 26 November 2014

    Developing high quality, engaging, and effective online learning to a budget can be challenging, but having a clear and proven development process can ensure it can be done as effectively as possible. ZTLearning develops custom online content for clients in the Life Science industry using a Six Step to Success, Custom Development Approach. This process not […]

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  • How is the cost of a ZT Learning online course calculated?

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 23 November 2014

    How is the cost of a ZTLearning online course calculated? Adding both immediate and lasting value to the end client should be at the center of any leading edge online learning pricing model. The pricing for courses that ZTLearning offer can be calculated in two ways, either a Single Site Project or, for clients who […]

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  • Aligning Training Courses with a Typical Project GAMP V Model Part 2 – Re-Visited

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 19 November 2014

    In part two of this blog we have added letters A-H that relate to courses or course suites that are appropriate for personnel at key points during a large scale, fully automated, green field Biotech project in the Life Science industry. A – Industry Standards Training (key standards shown below) ISA-75 Control Valve Standards ISA-84 […]

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  • Reduce Learning Time in Two Easy-to-Implement Phases

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 6 November 2014

    Many companies considering effective and cost saving training alternatives have vast volumes of classroom training material on both technical systems and production processes. However these often contain duplicate material, outdated material, and much content that is not central to the subject matter but better suited as reference data. In a recent project carried out by […]

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  • Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning

    Post by Malcolm Jeffers on 26 October 2014

    ZTLearning would like to share a short summary of a recently published book on the science of successful learning. Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning by Peter C. Brown, Henry L Roediger III, and Mark A. McDaniel, 2014, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. The main thesis of this book is that […]

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