Glasgow, United Kingdom
In an ever-changing pharma world, it is a challenge for QPs and prospective QPs to gain a functional understanding of the equipment and processes used to manufacture and test today’s dosage forms. This Royal Society of Chemistry approved course provides hands-on experience to trainee QPs wishing to gain a better understanding of what really happens in manufacturing and testing. As part of your practical QP training, you’ll gain knowledge from industry and academic experts and solve real-life QP problems.
This course is approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry as suitable for its members’ continuing professional development.
On completion of this course, delegates will:
A significant proportion of our practical QP training course time is devoted to group work where delegates have the opportunity (through case studies) to put theory into practice. Additionally, discussion periods and tutor panel sessions provide delegates an opportunity to obtain answers to their specific questions and concerns.
Course tutors will be selected from the following:
Erika Notman - With over 25 years’ experience in the production and control of pharmaceuticals, latterly working within a CMO, Erika has worked with sterile and non-sterile products as a QP and in worldwide QA. She is passionate about the need to establish excellent working relationships throughout company operations.
Oona McPolin - Oona is a specialist in pharmaceutical analysis with over 20 years’ experience working in cGMP pharmaceutical laboratories. She is an expert in a range of analytical chemistry topics, including data integrity; development, validation and transfer of analytical methods; and HPLC.
David Waddington - David has over 30 years’ experience in QA roles supporting the manufacture of a wide range of different dosage forms for global supply including solid dose, liquids, sterile and natural products.
Plus tutors from the University of Strathclyde’s School of Pharmacy.
Multi-delegate discounts available. Discounts also offered to NHS staff and charities.