How is the training conducted?

At the beginning of the programme you will be given your training schedule together with your SAS training book which you will work through.  Your SAS training includes the opportunity to practice your skills and complete additional tasks in the safe environment of a mock clinical study.

The initial part of the programme focuses on introduction to industry topics, understanding other job roles you may come into contact with, soft skills such as time management and active listening, greater depth of understanding of specific SAS procedures, and Quality.  Client-specific training is introduced as required part way through and is balanced with other training.  As you advance through the graduate training programme you will work on training and client work concurrently, spending more time on client work towards the end of the programme.

Throughout the graduate training programme and beyond, you will be supported every step of the way by a line manager, a mentor, and a buddy from the previous cohort of graduates.

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