This one-day training course is designed to re-evaluate your deviation process by using risk to your advantage, in addition to corrective and preventive actions (CAPAs). Going through deviation and CAPA management training makes sure you and your team’s efforts are focused where they should be on; where potential patient impact is greatest.
Our objective is to help you:
After the course, stay for a human error prevention course that addresses the causes and resolution of events.
If you choose our virtual learning option, training will be delivered via a combination of an instructor-led virtual classroom and self-paced learning online. Full details will be sent to you following registration.
This deviation and CAPA management training course is about more than conducting a root cause investigation (although that is covered). At the end of the course, you will be able to:
The course identifies a baseline standard that can be adapted for your operation and agreed with all the affected teams, e.g. production, engineering, laboratories and quality assurance.
Reduce wasted re-work in your deviation reports. This practical deviation management course looks at risk-based processes, singling out the most important events that need to be fully addressed while effectively identifying those of less significance that can be handled in a less comprehensive manner. The goal is to ultimately save you time and valuable effort by ensuring the system adds value, not bureaucracy.
The typical failings in deviation systems are:
This course is ideal if you or your team:
Rachel Carmichael - Rachel has over 20 years’ experience in pharmaceutical manufacture, control and quality management including nearly 11 years as a GMDP Inspector for the MHRA. She has wide-ranging experience of inspecting against European Good Distribution Practice and Good Manufacturing Practice requirements in the UK, China, India and the U.S. and is eligible to act as a Qualified Person.