We have noticed an increase in the demand for training across the clinical research landscape. This should come as no surprise with the constant advances in technology improving the way that clinical research studies are conducted. Those of us involved in this privilege are continually striving to keep up, and continuing education is a regular part our profession. In addition, FDA regulations require that individuals involved in the clinical research process be qualified by training and experience. But what constitutes “adequate” training? This a question often asked of us by the sponsors and investigators we work with.