Good Manufacturing Practice – Essentials

  • Duration: 1.5 days
  • Price: £1,299 + VAT
  • Dates: Tuesday 4 - Wednesday 5 July 2023

This 1-and-a-half-day interactive course, delivered in partnership with Reading Scientific Services, examines the rationale behind Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and why it is essential in the manufacture of pharmaceutical products.

Key GMP themes such as documentation, training and facilities will be covered along with the legal status of GMP and how it is implemented in the modern pharmaceutical regulatory environment. Delegates will be introduced to the EU Guide to GMP and its application in the UK as the Orange Guide as well as current good manufacturing practices and their practical applications in modern pharmaceutical manufacture. Various exercises will help to cement the knowledge gained and apply delegates’ problem-solving skills.

A mock investigation will also serve as an introduction to batch deviations delegates may encounter in the workplace.

Topics covered:

  • Expectations of medicines
  • GMP – what is it and why do we have it?
  • Quality systems in pharmaceutical manufacturing
  • The Orange Guide to GMP
  • Responsibilities of personnel
  • GMP documentation requirements
  • GMP in various settings (warehouse/dispensary, production, packaging)
  • Mock deviation investigation

    Training partners

  • RSSL

Who should attend:

  • All professionals working in the pharmaceutical industry, whether experienced or relative newcomers, wishing to gain a solid understanding and knowledge of essential GMP practices in pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Course dates

Tuesday 4 - Wednesday 5 July 2023

For more information, general enquiries and details of the full agenda, please email CPDNHC@tees.ac.uk

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