Expanding our knowledge and understanding is a cornerstone of personal and professional growth. Through learning, we gain new insights and perspectives that broaden our horizons. This newfound knowledge enables us to approach challenges with a fresh outlook, making informed decisions that drive success in our chosen fields.

Moreover, learning stimulates our creativity and fosters critical thinking. By engaging in a continuous process of learning, we cultivate a mindset that values exploration, innovation, and problem-solving. These skills are invaluable in the pharmaceutical industry, where adaptability and finding creative solutions are essential for managing risks and making informed decisions.

Valerie Mulholland

Valerie Mulholland is our lead trainer and the MD of GMP Services. Valerie has expertise in the areas of validation, compliance, quality management, regulatory and risk intelligence. Valerie has a passion for learning and is researching for a PHD with TU Dublin on "Demonstrating the Effectiveness of Quality Risk Management in the Pharmaceutical Quality System," she has published 12 papers on the subject 4 of those written to support the training material for ICHQ9(r1) Valerie also lectures in regulatory science at TU Dublin and is co-Host of the “Risk Revolution Podcast”, where she shares her insights on pharmaceutical regulatory science research and systems thinking. Valerie has a relaxed, engaging and humorous style of presentation.

Take control of your learning journey

Learning has always been a challenge when it comes to finding time for it. But nowadays, with everything changing so quickly, it has become even more important. The pace of change is faster than ever before, and that means we need to make learning a priority right now. If we don't keep up with the latest advancements and innovations, we risk getting left behind. Continuous learning is the key to staying relevant, competitive, and adaptable in a world that is constantly changing. So, let's embrace the urgency and make learning a top priority in our lives.