The course training program consists of 9 principal modules and 6 additional modules, each of 3 days duration. These modules cover the essential principles of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP). Participants are expected to gain an understanding of current requirements and future international trends within the pharmaceutical industry. Each participant will be assessed on their level of participation within classroom discussion, assignments and their level of competence in achieving the course objectives. Assignments will be case studies based on actual events that have occurred in the pharmaceutical industry.
Aims and Objectives
The aim of the course is to provide an in-depth understanding of international GMP and the knowledge and know-how to be able to implement Good Manufacturing Practices in the work place.
Who Should Attend?
- Key Personnel in any Aspect of GMP & Quality Management
- Quality Practitioners
- Any member of a pharmaceutical factory who is from Research and Development, Quality and Production will find this program relevant and beneficial to their job function
This course has been developed by SeerPharma and trainers are provided by, SeerPharma (Singapore) Pte Ltd. All SeerPharma trainers hold higher education degrees with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and have a number of years of industry experience in Quality Management or Production Management roles in major and multinational companies. They have experience in all international regulatory standards including FDA, EU, PIC/S, TGA and ISO. The trainer for each module will have specific expertise in that subject matter. SeerPharma is Australia’s and Asia Pacific’s premier training & consulting group offering integrated consulting, training and technical services to Australia and the Asia Pacific region to meet all international regulatory standards.
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Note: Certificates endorsed by the National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau, Ministry of Health, Malaysia will be awarded to participants upon successful completion of each module.