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Curious how other companies manage and maintain oversight of their third party vendor’s AE training (e.g. delivery, tracking, annual release, etc.?) Are there specific programs that are better than others?
Thanks in advance!
In my experience haven’t seen many companies allowing access to their QMS to external entities, so most vendor training is offline and manual or offline but electronic (via email, spreadsheet or other means). I have also seen some companies having a dedicated vendor training electronic system. It all depends on how much the company is willing to invest, but certainly as long as the training material content is comprehensive and the method of tracking and documenting is performed and is compliant this is the main thing.
Hope that helps.
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