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mdi Consultants kicks off On-Demand training programs.

Great Neck, NY-based mdi Consultants, Inc. has devised a new "On-Demand" training program that can be used to train all levels of employees working in the medical device and in-vitro diagnostic industries.

Tailored for use by all levels of staff--from receptionists to product managers, quality assurance professionals, engineers and even corporate executives--mdi's On-Demand program has three programs in place to start: FDA QSR/cGMP requirements for medical device companies; information on complying with the FDA's design control requirements; and dealing with CAPA complaints, medical device reporting and installation. The company said additional courses in FMEA and internal audition, as well as 510(k), are in development. Course offerings in Spanish and Chinese also are planned.

Each course, which is one to 1.5 hours in duration and costs $95 (corporate discounts are available for large groups), can be taken at the participant's leisure, according to mdi. The training module includes a competency test, and upon passing, participants will receive a serialized numbered certificate of training that can be used as documentation for compliance with a company's internal training requirements.

More information about mdi Consultants' new programs can be obtained at the company's Web site,

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Publication:Medical Product Outsourcing
Date:Jan 1, 2008
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