Why Become A Clinical Research Associate


CCRP works directly with Rober Wood and Mr.Deish for job placement. You may email your CV or call them directly to begin finding positions after successful completion of the course.

Contact: roberwood@aerotek.com 781-938-3004

Contact: zdiesh@aerotek.com 425-893-6057

clinical research certification

Over 1.9 million students receive a bachelors of science every year. While a few go on to PhD, Masters, and Medical programs; many are ready to start clinical research certification online to start a career in the frontiers of medical research and patient care. As a new student applying to the science job market, you may only find internships or recognize that even entry-level science jobs requires 1-2 years of experience. More so, you may realize many of these jobs require intense labor in the lab or just did not meet your expectations for your science degree. This is why a career as a CRA should be considered with clinical research coordinator training. We train over 100 students each month in clinical research coordinator training and clinical research associate training (depending on prior background).

A Clinical Research Associate or Coordinator directs and supervises clinical trials that are run by physicians, nurses, and other science-degree holders. Unlike the jobs you currently can apply to on the market, a position as a CRA is actually much more difficult to obtain. While many generic courses exist on the market; we have seen that many of these students cannot find a job afterwords because of the lack of content depth. This is why our course offers a Senior Clinical Research Associate level of training with 110 intense modules. This science-based medical position is now a high-demand job which can be done privately for pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer, or academically in medical schools. We have the largest number of clinical research courses online.


clinical research Training online

Nonetheless, for those who have always wanted a career in medicine or have a gap year before medical school; Clinical Research Training is the next step to getting a head start in your career. Because the position is unlike actually working in the lab and requires a management role; you get 1-on-1 connections with physicians and medical staff that can lead to a better application for medical school and other medical careers later on.

Best of all; many of these positions accept remote staff (and some allow you to travel 45-75% with full expenses including travel, accommodation, meals, and other per-dime expenses covered). Clinical Research Training can help you save money while also increasing your salary. CRA’s with our level of training can expect to make between $6,500-$12,000 a month with an estimated promotion rate of 33% a year; an amount that is not common in other science-degree careers.

Many CRA students are actually matriculated foreign doctors who opted not to take the USMLE or repeat their residency training. In fact, some of our Clinical Research Training Students come to us immediately after moving to the U.S. and questioning what to do with an MBBS degree in US.

Unlike what you’ve learned during your 3-8 years in university or graduate school; the information needed for Clinical Research Training after your degree. Is rarely a repetition of any course you’ve taken before and thus we have 110 Clinical Research Training modules (more than any other course available) to make you get the position you want as a CRA.

110 Clinical Research Training Modules

The course covers 110 modules a CRA must know like the back of their hand. Based on your goals, we establish an hourly study schedule in your day to finish each module.Most students receive interview requests just 1 month into the course; another reason why the modules are self paced.

30+ Days

Online Clinical Research Training is provided depending on your background and need. During this online experience, you will understand and apply the actual role of a CRA and be fully immersed in a remote position in our mock trials.