York, United Kingdom
As a QP or quality assurance professional working in this challenging area, are you aware of the current and planned changes around the manufacture of investigational medicinal products (IMPs)? This highly interactive IMP training course makes sure you are up to date.
Our course focuses on the quality systems and the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)/Good Clinical Practice (GCP) interface from the QP or quality leader’s perspective. More specifically, the QP’s duties and challenges in protecting trials, volunteers and patients. Led by former IMP expert inspectors, QPs and current consultants, this course adds value to QPs, auditors and those working in clinical trial supply.
This course is delivered in person at a hotel venue in York, UK.
This investigational medicinal products course is approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry as suitable for their members’ continuing professional development.
CPD Hours: 24 hours
NSF's GMP for Clinical Trials Manufacture and Supply course can be used as an alternative to this training if you're working towards gaining QP eligibility and this course's dates and/or delivery method are not suitable. Courses cover the same core content. View dates.
On completion of our IMP training course delegates will know and understand:
A significant portion of course time is devoted to group work. Using case studies, delegates have the opportunity to put theory into practice. In addition, discussion periods (which include a course tutor panel session) provide delegates with an opportunity to obtain answers to their specific question and concerns.
Course tutors will be selected from the following:
Richard Funnell - Richard spent 11 years with the MHRA, including seven as a Senior GMP Inspector with the lead for IMPs. Richard has current knowledge and understanding of what inspectors are looking for in the lead-up to the new clinical trial regulation being implemented.
Darren Jones - Darren is an ex-MHRA GMP Inspector and has audited dosage forms for both commercial and clinical trial applications. Darren also has a wealth of practical knowledge and experience applying GMP in the clinical development world gained during his 18 years with AstraZeneca, prior to joining the MHRA. He was a QP for IMPs and knows the real challenges and how to overcome them.
Kate Krachai – Kate is eligible to act as a QP and has over 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry across key positions in quality management and as a pharma lead auditor. Kate has extensive experience in pharmaceutical development, manufacture and supply of marketed and investigational medicinal products (IMPs) and the associated pharma quality system.
Catherine Kay - Catherine is eligible to act as a QP and has gained experience in both quality assurance and operational roles within the pharmaceutical industry, where she was responsible for the start-up of a new solid dose manufacturing and packaging facility.
Multi-delegate discounts available. Discounts also offered to NHS staff and charities.
NSF’s Royal Society of Chemistry-approved QP course is designed for aspiring QPs and other pharmaceutical quality professionals.
Learn the essential elements of an effective, compliant, modern pharmaceutical quality system.
Gain the knowledge and understanding of international pharmaceutical legislation so you can carry out your duties with skill and authority.