FACT Educational Opportunities

FACT's comprehensive, robust training and development program is responsive to the current needs of inspectors and organizations, providing extensive opportunities for all skill levels in all corners of the world. With a focus on real-life examples and practical application, FACT educational sessions provide tools not only for achieving accreditation, but for ensuring quality patient care in accordance with the Standards.
The FACT Training and Development Program is a multi-faceted program that provides a variety of educational tools, resources, and opportunities. It is designed to reach the entire inspectorate as well as a large base of cellular therapy programs and cord blood banks on a continuous basis. The Training and Development Program has and will continue to improve and evolve over time based upon current issues, needs, and outcomes.

Training Workshops

 Training workshops are designed to inform and update current and prospective inspectors on inspection requirements and explain the FACT accreditation requirements to cellular therapy program and cord blood bank personnel.

FACT workshops are offered in conjunction with the annual meetings of professional societies such as the American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (ASBMT), the International Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT), the American Society for Apheresis (ASFA), and the European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (EBMT), and industry-wide meetings such as the International Umbilical Cord Blood Symposium and World Cord Blood Congress.
Register for a workshop.

Online Training

Webinars

Webinars provide focused, interactive seminars that provide opportunities for advanced training and education for individuals and programs well-versed in general FACT requirements.
Register for a webinar.

Tutorials

The goals of the tutorials are to 1) reach more inspectors and programs by providing educational opportunities that require little time and financial resources, and 2) provide focused educational opportunities that inspectors and programs can access at the time the topic is applicable to them.
Register for a tutorial.

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The FACT accreditation program is a peer-review process.

Accreditation Success Story

The University of Utah Blood and Marrow Transplant Program began at the University Hospital in Salt Lake City in 1990. The program has been FACT accredited for 10 years, and offers suggestions for large programs considering FACT accreditation. Read more