The National School of Healthcare Science End-point Assessment Service has been invited by the Clinical and Contract Research Association to an event at the House of Lords taking place later this month.
The event, hosted by Earl Attlee, will bring public and private sectors together across the life science communities. The School’s End-point Assessment Service will represent the work on clinical trials apprenticeship degrees and the assessment of competency based clinical trials practice.
The event marks an opportunity to share with scientific leaders, the knowledge and expertise in work-based assessment that the National School of Healthcare Science End-point Assessment Service has developed.
Boota Singh, the End-point Assessment Manager at the National School said:
The partnership with Clinical and Contract Research Association has allowed us to work with leading pharmaceutical and research organisations to develop innovative work-based clinical trials assessments. This partnership and event will showcase the workforce needs for the UK’s Clinical Trials sector and how apprenticeships can effectively contribute to developing that workforce.
We are looking forward to discussing how the apprenticeship agenda seeks to provide additional routes into education and employment supporting the UK research and development work forces aims.