12 hrs VILT, 3 hrs self-paced
This course relates to the manufacturing of non-sterile drug products. It is one of a series of three courses related to the manufacture of drug products. The three options, sterile drug products, non-sterile drug products and biological products are designed to give participants the opportunity to focus on drug products which are relevant to them.
This intensive, interactive pharmaceutical formulation and processing training course allows pharmaceutical professionals to understand the key quality requirements of non-sterile dosage forms such as tablets, capsules, liquids, creams, ointments and inhalation products.
This course is part of NSF’s training program for the Certificate in Pharmaceutical Quality, linked to the US FDA’s 6 systems approach.
Our virtual instructor-led training will be delivered via a combination of live instructor-led virtual classrooms and self-paced online learning. Full details will be sent following registration.
We teach you the important formulation requirements for each of these product types and how those requirements influence the performance of the medicine in the body. We also teach you the key processing steps in the production of these dosage forms, as well as critical quality attributes and critical process parameters. We also cover what can go wrong during the processing of drug products and the potential consequences to the safety, quality and efficacy of the medicine.
On completion of this course delegates will know and understand:
Quality Unit Professionals and Pharmaceutical Technical Professionals
Course tutors will be selected from the following: