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Nov 30, 2021
  • Webinar

Implement Competency-Based Learning to Drive Performance Improvement

Gain insights into the value and effectiveness of role-based, competency-driven learning that dramatically increases training and job performance effectiveness.

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Date & Time


Nov 30, 2021 10:00am EST


11:00am EST



Join UL on Nov. 30, 2021 at 10 a.m., ET, for a webinar on the value and effectiveness of role-based, competency-driven learning that helps to significantly increase training and job performance effectiveness. Presented by Nilanjana Basu, head of Technical Training at Lupin Limited India, and David Peterson, senior advisor and subject matter expert at UL.

When Lupin Limited identified a desire to upgrade their training programs to achieve higher performance, they knew that they had to be willing to embrace change. Moving from a standard operating procedure (SOP)-based system to one focused on competencies required a paradigm shift—one that involved a different approach to organizing, delivering and evaluating employee training. The 12-site, companywide effort paid off in terms of regulatory compliance, training effectiveness and productivity.

Lupin Limited entered into the era of competency-based training through UL’s training framework. UL’s design, coupled with Lupin’s execution finesse, made the project a grand success. 

Key takeaways from this webinar

  • U.S. FDA expectations for learning and development
  • The need for technical competencies
  • The UL learning framework
  • Process steps for implementation and evaluation
  • Outcomes and benefits of competency-based learning at Lupin
  • The value of the UL/customer relationship

Who will benefit

Pharmaceutical and medical device managers and professionals in quality assurance and quality control, manufacturing, engineering, and regulatory affairs.  

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