Clinical Research Fastrack is a licensed and approved education provider by:
The state of Arizona
The Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education
The Board licenses and regulates 238 private postsecondary educational institutions operating vocational and degree programs. These private universities, colleges, career colleges, and vocational schools annually serve approximately 361,153 students. Formerly, students were only Arizona residents, however, with online programs; Arizona schools now provide training to students across the nation and around the world.
Clinical Research Fastrack is approved by the Arizona State Approving Agency to accept VA Education benefits
Arizona State Approving Agency (SAA)
The concept of the State Approving Agency (SAA) originated with the Veteran’s Readjustment Act of 1944, or the GI Bill of Rights (GI Bill®), that was signed into law in by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This legislation has been recognized as one of the most important acts of Congress.
The primary responsibility and focus of the SAAs continues to be to review, evaluate, approve and oversee schools and training facilities to ensure quality programs of education and training under State and Federal criteria. SAAs are now the “FACE of the GI Bill®” and are advocates for quality and diverse education and training opportunities and pursue activities that strongly encourage the use of the GI Bill®.
Continuing education credits are offered through the:
Continuing Nursing Education Group
The Continuing Nursing Education Group is defined as a collaborative group of individual autonomous state nurses associations (Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Utah) with the purpose of enhancing membership, advocacy, education and to streamline specific operations for the good of its members.
The Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education licenses and regulates 238 private postsecondary educational institutions operating vocational and degree programs.
Continuing Education Credits For Professionals
The field of clinical research is a segment of the healthcare profession and while close to 70% of clinical research coordinators do not have any medical license, we do offer continuing education credits to nurses who wish to receive these credits for their board educational requirements.
The continuing nursing education activities provided were approved by the Continuing Education Nursing Group, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, and Utah Nurses are the member states of the Continuing Education Nursing Group.