Topics too dry and complex? Death by PowerPoint? These are common issues when creating training programmes on technical topics.
Kim Magner’s background as a trainer in the pharmaceutical industry has seen her create and deliver training programs and workshops that are both engaging and memorable. Kim has also developed diverse training delivery techniques through her accreditation and/or participation with National Speakers Association of Australia, Australian Institute of Management (Train-the-Trainer), Rogen International, Maura Fay Group and Creative Training Techniques Group.
Additionally, her pharmacy degree combined with her Diploma of Training and Assessment Systems (incorporating Certificate IV in Workplace Training), puts Kim in a unique position to create highly interactive and innovative workshops that effectively deliver technical learning objectives.
Kim’s intimate knowledge of the Medicines Australia Code of Conduct and pharmacovigilance issues adds breadth and depth to all projects undertaken. Learning and development programs, and training sessions/workshops that we can develop include:
- Product and disease knowledge:
Irrespective of the therapeutic area, we can produce distance learning modules and create face-to-face workshops or training sessions that actively adopt adult learning principles, simplify complex themes and maximise interactivity.
- Medicines Australia Code of Conduct:
We create workshops that relate to selected areas of the Code of Conduct, customised to suit your needs. These sessions provide participants with examples of common pitfalls, checklists and templates that assist with Code compliance.
Our hands-on experience in pharmacovigilance in the post-marketing space and in relation to Risk Management Plans (RMPs) provides insight into processes that ensure appropriate reporting. This has been translated into tailored workshops to assist participants to increase rigour in their pharmacovigilance tasks, consequently minimising negative audit outcomes.
- Medical information:
Provision of medical information is not just about taking calls. A large part of this role includes producing written responses. Workshops customised to enhance oral and written skills while incorporating compliance mandates help to alleviate writer’s block and telephone nerves.