As FACT accreditation expands both globally and in scope with the addition of immune effector cell therapy, a need exists for additional experienced, knowledgeable cell therapy professionals to serve as FACT inspectors.
Eligible personnel at accredited organizations are encouraged to consider the value-added benefits when you serve as a volunteer FACT inspector.
Exposure to Exemplary Practices
As an inspector, you can observe how other facilities meet FACT Standards and bring home new ideas from the facilities you inspect and your interaction with experts on your inspection team. There’s also evidence that organizations that don’t have an inspector have more difficulty complying with current standards.
Free Access to FACT Educational Resources
Volunteer inspectors have free access to both in-person and online educational events with an annual value of $1,840.
Contributions to Standards Development
Inspectors have greater opportunity to contribute to the development of FACT Standards. The opinions of FACT inspectors are always sought early in the process of developing new editions of standards and accreditation requirements. Eligibility of key FACT committees also requires that members be, or have been, a FACT inspector.
Your organization will appreciate your skills and experience when you serve as a volunteer FACT inspector. “FACT Inspector” also looks great on a curriculum vitae!
The American Society for Transplantation and Cellular Therapy’s (ASTCT) new elite Leadership Course designed to provide training and develop the next generation of leaders in the field of blood and marrow transplantation and cellular therapy encourages selected participants to serve as a FACT inspector.
Join our Team – Apply to be a FACT Inspector
Information about qualifications and how to apply to become a FACT inspector can be found at www.factwebsite.org/becomeinspector. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact the FACT office.