An interactive session on Human Error Prevention and the best practices from industry.  Compare your company against the best in class and learn how to improve your error rate.  Read More

This eLearning session provides an overview of the interface of GMP with GCP Quality Management Systems.  This course of four chapters will provide you with an understanding of the similarities and differences between GCP and GMP.  The chapters include short interactive quizzes to test your knowledge and following successful completion of the course, you will be issued with a certificate.  Read More

This session (which is divided into 3 chapters) is ideal for staff in operational and support areas – production, engineering, QC, QA, validation and technical, as well as those new to the pharmaceutical industry and/or microbiology. We cover the real meaning of microbiology in operations and why it matters. You’ll learn the risks associated with microbes and how to eliminate or control them so that the patient is protected. You will be able to apply your knowledge from this session in your daily work. Read More

This eLearning course is aimed at anyone working in the Pharmaceutical Industry as well as providing essential CPD for the Qualified Person or Quality Professional. It covers:  Implementation of the Falsified Medicines Directive Update on Mutual Recognition Agreement between EU and US Changes to the Clinical Trial Regulation and GMP Legislation GMP guidance changes for Annex 1, 13, 17, 21 and ATMP (Last updated October 2019.)  Read More

Why do you conduct self-inspections and why are they important to your organisation? This E-Learning session provides an overview of the key elements in each stage of the self-inspection process, outlining where it fits into the overall audit pyramid. At the end of the session, you will complete a short assessment to test your knowledge.  Following successful completion you will be issued with a certificate.  Read More

This eLearning revisits the core purpose of SOPs, which is so often forgotten in many companies.  It will provide useful guidance on how to write, implement and maintain your SOPs within your Sites’ documentation hierarchy. Read More

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