Biotility at the University of Florida

CITI Program offers a select set of Biotility courses that cover topics and technical and regulatory details related to biotechnology industry and biosciences.

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About these Courses

Select Biotility at the University of Florida (Biotility @UF) courses are offered on the CITI Program platform. These courses are designed for bioscience industry professionals, students, and researchers—all of whom seek to expand and deepen their knowledge in technical and regulatory details unique to biotechnology industries and translational research. These courses cover topics and technical and regulatory details related to biotechnology industry and biosciences.

These video-based courses use in-module knowledge checks, case-studies, and scenarios to engage the learner and improve the training experience. They cover relevant topics to industry professionals.

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Language Availability: English

Suggested Audiences: Bioscience and Biotechnology Industry Professionals, Researchers, Students


Basic Courses

Biotility: Good Documentation Practices (GDP)

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Strategies for implementing compliance with GDP, as well as standards and procedures for accurately completing Records required for current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).

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Biotility: Corrective Action Preventive Action (CAPA)

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Describes regulatory requirements for a CAPA system in the biotech industry.

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Biotility: Regulatory Approval for Medical Devices (United States)

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Describes FDA’s regulatory controls for three common marketing approval pathways for the three classes of medical devices, and explains the Code of Federal Regulations that pertain to medical device approval in the United States.

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Biotility: cGMP for Dietary Supplements

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Explains requirements to establish and maintain regulatory compliance with 21 CFR Part 111 Current Good Manufacturing Practice in Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, or Holding Operations for Dietary Supplements.

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FAQs

How do I know if I am taking a Biotility course?

Biotlity courses will include the “Biotility:” title in each course title.

Will my completion report identify if I completed a Biotility course on the CITI Program LMS?

Yes, if a learner completes a Biotility course on the CITI Program LMS, the completion report and the completion certificate will include the Biotility at the University of Florida logos.

Is CITI Program offering Biotechnician Assistant Credentialing Exam (BACE) or industry certification?

No, CITI Program does not offer BACE or industry certification. For more information about BACE, you can visit the Biotility website.

 

Can I purchase the same course on the Biotility website?

No, the Biotility at University of Florida courses hosted by CITI Program are exclusively available on the CITI Program website.

If I have a question about the Biotility course, do I contact CITI Program?

Yes, for any questions related to Biotility courses, please contact CITI Program.

Organizational Administrators – Can I include Biotility courses in my organizational subscription?

Yes, Biotility courses are available as add-ons to base subscriptions.

How do the Biotility courses fit in with other CITI Program courses like good clinical practice?

Biotility courses supplement CITI Program’s clinical research content by providing training on specific technical and regulatory topics related to biotechnology industry and biosciences.

Which Biotility courses does CITI Program offer?

CITI Program offers the following Biotility courses:

  • Good Documentation Practices
  • Corrective Action Preventive Action (CAPA)
  • Regulatory Approval of Medical Devices (U.S.)

Are these Biotility courses eligible for continuing medical education credits?

These courses do not currently have CE/CME credits available.

What are the standard recommendations for learner groups?

Each Biotility course is designed to be completed in its entirety and the modules in order (for example, Module 1 followed by Module 2, etc). A recommendation is to set all modules as “Required” for completion.