Versant Learning Solutions supports Medical Affairs managers and trainers to build strong organizations. Medical Affairs teams have many subject matter experts (SME) in the sciences and medical fields, but Versant is prepared to be your SME in the training and development space. We choose to support Medical Affairs because that is our background - over two decades of work in the pharmaceutical space within medical teams. Versant can develop individual courses in a variety of formats, conduct custom workshops, develop training curricula, deploy auditable assessments, write policies, establish knowledge retention strategies for your team. The possibilities are endless. We want to help your organization obtain operational excellence. We employ evidence-based techniques of adult learning (nerd speak = andragogy) and pair it with the latest in training technologies. Learners absorb more in less time, improving retrieval during presentations and KOL interactions. This can transform relationships and build trust. Our team supports your team of medical experts. Is team bandwidth a concern when you need to create training? We’ve won awards for teamwork…they’re sitting on our shelves right now! Let us expand your bandwidth. What is the business impact of pulling your best MSLs out of the field to build slide decks? It means less time spent building relationships and uncovering competitive intelligence. We used to be those MSLs! Now we are subject matter experts at taking information and making it teachable. Is it challenging for your trainers to present scientific content to a field team of subject matter experts? We can prepare trainers to host and mediate outstanding and interactive team data discussions. Does training take time away from team building and other MA priorities? We have created “on-demand” onboarding programs for Medical Affairs teams for years! The bottom line: You need someone you can trust who is qualified to keep your team in top shape; who will work with you to create business-critical training. Your team is the scientific resource for KOLs and internal stakeholders, but who is your training subject matter expert?