In accordance with the current recommendations of the German Medical Association for conducting AMG training courses (adopted on March 8th, 2021), our AMG training courses are suitable for all groups of people involved in a clinical study. Depending on the position and previous experience, we have different courses in our portfolio. The different course variants allow you to flexibly develop your level of knowledge accordingly. In our training courses, we teach you the legal and regulatory bases for conducting clinical studies in accordance with AMG requirements.
Our lecturers have many years of experience in clinical research.
We offer the following AMG courses according to the current recommendation of the German Medical Association:
- AMG Basic Course (8 lessons, 1 day)
The course is aimed at licensed physicians who have not yet worked as investigators/representatives of a test group in a clinical trial in accordance with AMG or VO (EU) No. 536/2014).
- AMG Advanced Course (8 units, 1 day)
Building on the AMG basics course, the course is aimed at examiners/deputies who are responsible for leading a test group in a clinical trial in accordance with AMG or VO (EU) No. 536/2014).
- AMG Refresher Course (4 units, ½ day)
The course (building on an AMG Basic Course) is aimed at examiners/deputies of a test group in clinical trials according to AMG or VO (EU) No. 536/2014 who cannot prove that they have actively participated in the implementation of clinical trials for a period of three years. Current changes in the law are also taught in this course.
- AMG Update Course (4 units, ½ day)
The course is aimed at all future investigators/deputies and medical members of an investigation group who intend to plan and carry-out clinical investigations in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) No. 536/2014 and the AMG that came into force on December 20, 2016 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 3048).