The Sterile Compounding Inspector Training (SCIT) covers the USP requirements for nonhazardous and hazardous sterile compounding. The virtual live program offers 25 live CE hours where inspectors will gain an understanding of the “whys” behind the “whats” of USP 797 and USP 800. They will also be exposed to some of CriticalPoint Best Practices. The faculty have demonstrated expertise in running sterile compounding operations and are expert trainers. In addition to the program lectures, participants are provided with many valuable CriticalPoint tools that will be shared and used throughout the class.
The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) has partnered with CriticalPoint to provide the annual Sterile Compounding Inspector Training (SCIT). NABP offers one scholarship to each state to offset the cost associated with this valuable training. The virtual live SCIT training eliminates travel costs and still provides the same engaging and dynamic curriculum over 5 days.
To earn the NABP/CriticalPoint Certification in Sterile Compounding for Inspectors (CISCI), state board of pharmacy inspectors must:
complete the entire Sterile Compounding eLearning Series, including post tests;
attend the entire Live Virtual or Live Onsite SCIT program, and
successfully pass a post test administered through CriticalPoint’s LMS
By registering for the Virtual Training, you are agreeing to the Terms and Conditions and Cancellation Policy which can be viewed here.
If NABP is paying for your SCIT registration, select the PO or NABP Payment option when registering. You will see this option on the 2nd page of the registration form. The registration screen will not advance from that point, but you will receive an email notification that you are registered. You may need to check your spam or junk folders. CriticalPoint will invoice NABP directly for the registration.
This class is taught by a team of CriticalPoint faculty that includes Melanie Dorey, Eric Kastango, Patti Kienle, Abby Roth, and Adam West. You can learn more about each instructor by clicking the link in the Course Summary; or once you register, there will be information in the “Introduction” topic of this class.