Cleaning Validation Training
About This Course
Compliance with current regulatory expectations with respect to cleaning is in flux. Regulation changes in the past few years have resulted in companies being cited for poor compliance of their cleaning approach. Our cleaning validation course summarizes current cleaning verification expectations and how they can be met in a pragmatic and practical manner.
This course provides a concise, sensible approach to cleaning. It provides an overview on how you can apply this to your own activities and assess your own process vulnerabilities.
Using examples and applications from across the industry, you learn the correct approach while also formulating your own compliance plans to take forward.
If you choose our virtual learning option, training will be delivered via a combination of live instructor-led virtual classrooms and self-paced online learning. Full details will be sent to you following registration.
Key Learning Objectives
By the end of this cleaning validation training course you will:
- Have knowledge of the current regulatory expectations
- Know how to plan implementation of cleaning verification and validation
- Know acceptance criteria and how to assess them
- Understand sampling for cleaning acceptance
- Know how to maintain the validated state
- Know how to present your strategy and data to a regulatory body
Who Would Benefit
This course is ideal for managers, supervisors and operators who are directly involved or responsible for cleaning validation or verification, or for setting or assessing compliance limits and an overall cleaning strategy.
Richard Kettlewell - Richard has over 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical manufacturing sector. He has supported and inspected many sites of varied dosage forms worldwide. Richard has a master’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences and joined the industry in 1986 at GlaxoSmithKline, where he spent 32 years in QC, QA and technical roles. He developed and implemented lifecycle approaches to process validation across R&D and manufacturing organizations and supported new products introductions for both API and secondary filing.
Peter Gough - Peter has nearly 45 years’ pharmaceutical industry experience, with over 20 years as a practicing QP. He is also a former chair of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s QP Assessor Panel.
Discounts offered to NHS staff, regulators and charities.