GMP training courses offered by PharmOut include class room, virtual and online courses.
Whilst “headlined” GMP training, our courses cover a wide range of topics, from PIC/S, EU and FDA GMP compliance, to technical document writing, all the validations; process, cleaning, facility etc and facility design itself. Who better to learn from but practicing Architects, Engineers and Scientists? We have offered and run courses on Computer System Validation (GAMP5), Pharma 4.0 as well as numerous conferences since 2011, most presentations are still available for you to enjoy here.
Our public training are offered in small groups led by industry trained instructors, or self paced online training available any time to fit in with your busy schedule.
If you have specific pharmaceutical training requirements or require a tailored onsite training course please contact us at one of our offices around the world directly.
All our training courses are available on-site, virtually or as a public training course in a city near you. In addition to the scheduled public courses and on-site training options.
To keep your team up to date on GMP developments, we also offer online GMP training courses and eLearning options which is hosted on a separate domain, onlineGMPtraining.com
As a reminder this is the code of GMP training requirements –
- 2.10 The manufacturer should provide training for all the personnel whose duties take them into production and storage areas or into control laboratories (including the technical, maintenance and cleaning personnel), and for other personnel whose activities could affect the quality of the product.
- 2.11 Besides the basic training on the theory and practice of the Pharmaceutical Quality System and Good Manufacturing Practice, newly recruited personnel should receive training appropriate to the duties assigned to them. Continuing training should also be given, and its practical effectiveness should be periodically assessed. Training programmes should be available, approved by either the head of Production or the head of Quality Control, as appropriate. Training records should be kept.
- 2.12 Personnel working in areas where contamination is a hazard, e.g. clean areas or areas where highly active, toxic, infectious or sensitising materials are handled, should be given specific training.
- 2.13 Visitors or untrained personnel should, preferably, not be taken into the production and quality control areas. If this is unavoidable, they should be given information in advance, particularly about personal hygiene and the prescribed protective clothing. They should be closely supervised.
- 2.14 The Pharmaceutical Quality System and all the measures capable of improving its understanding and implementation should be fully discussed during the training sessions
We regularly train international regulators, industry and students at universities.
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Meet the PharmOut GMP Training Team
Learning and Development Director
Maria has over 20 years of experience in Quality Assurance and Learning & Development. She is a qualified Biological Scientist and educator and is passionate about all things training.
GMP Services Director
Ashley is a Chemical Engineer and Validation expert with over 20 years of practical pharmaceutical experience. He is an expert trainer in Process Validation and CSV.
Managing Director – Executive Consultant
Trev has over 30 years of hands on international experience in facility design, construction, validation, production, logistics and training, He routinely trains industry in a range of GMP topics.