I'm a Good Clinical Practices (GCP) auditor with 5 years auditing experience and +15 years experience in GCP related positions. Currently, as a conusltant, I'm wondering about taking ASQ CQA certification, but I'd like to hear from you if you consider this the most suitable ASQ certificate for GCP auditors or not relevant at all.
Thanks in advance,
- Do you already have any sort of auditor certification? If not, then CQA would at least establish that.
- Would the biomedical or food safety or pharmaceutical GMP certification be closer than the CQA to clinical?
- Why do you want to get a certification (e.g., personal satisfaction, establishing it as a sign of credibility to your potential clients) and will the CQA satisfy that interest?