At Clinical Research Fastrack, we're focused on what's most important to our students: preparing our graduates for exciting new careers in clinical research.

Our Mission

The mission of Clinical Research Fastrack is to open doors for our graduates to work in positions administering clinical trials. We are industry-focused and student-focused. We know what the industry wants and the challenges researcher organizations face in finding qualified, trained professionals. We understand that students want to learn, gain experience and start working. Clinical Research Fastrack is providing the missing link between industry and new talent, training the next wave of clinical research coordinators.

We offer a wide variety of clinical research coordinator scholarships and financing options to recruit the highest quality candidates to our program who will end up working in clinical research facilities.

Curriculum is Divided into:

  • Classroom Training
  • Clinical Experience Internship
  • Career Advice and Assistance with Finding a Position

Topics Include:

  • Institutional Review Boards, Informed Consent
  • Clinical Trial Initiation
  • FDA Forms and Procedures
  • Regulatory Documents and Binder Maintenance
  • Source Documents
  • Study Initiation and Close-Out Visits, Compliance and Retention
  • SOPs
  • Drug Compliance, Storage, and Documentation
  • Adverse Events and Safety Monitoring
  • Quality Assurance Audits and Monitor Visits
  • Preparing for Audits

What to Expect


Clinical Research Fastrack’s curriculum is fast-paced and intensive. Our students spend nine hours a day in the classroom for two weeks immersing themselves in the content that builds their educational foundation in this field.

Clinical Internship

After completing the classroom training, our students are placed in internships where they work in clinical research organizations to help run active trials. During these two weeks, students get hands-on experience supporting teams at research sites. They have the opportunity to be involved in every step of the trial process, as well as the chance to perform several “mock trials” in order to cover all aspects of the curriculum.

Career Support

Once the internship is over, our students will have the opportunity to interview with a recruiting firm and begin applying to jobs in the clinical research field.  Our graduate services department will help our students with networking, outreach to clinical research organizations and developing application strategies to assist our graduates in finding meaningful employment in the field.

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Western Multi-State Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, and Utah Nurses Associations are members of the Western Multi-State Division.