This course is designed specifically for staff working in the Pharmaceutical Wholesale and Distribution Industry. It will assist them in understanding and applying Good Distribution Practice principles to practical workplace situations.
The development of the rules and guidelines of GDP will be discussed with the delegates, who will then go on to investigate the implications, potential risks to product safety and the control systems in place within their organisation. By relating these findings back to the organisation’s quality system, the delegates discover how quality is an integral part of their business.
The course concludes with a case study to allow the delegates to put their learning into practice.
- Premises and Equipment
- Returns and Recalls
- Self Inspection (Internal audits)
The objectives of the course are that delegates will:
- Understand the regulatory requirements and constraints facing wholesalers and distributors of pharmaceutical products
- Become familiar with the relevant sections and clauses of the ‘Orange Guide’
- Develop their organisation’s process and identify the controls necessary to ensure compliance with GMP/GDP regulations and guidelines
‘Close the loop’ by linking regulatory requirements to Quality Procedures (ISO 9000) and everyday working practices.
The course has been written so as to be interesting and engaging to operators, but is appropriate to all levels within the organisation that might have an impact on product quality.
To ensure the effectiveness of the practical sessions, the number of delegates is limited to a maximum of 15.
The course is presented in-house using a balanced mix of presentations and practical sessions, where delegates will be encouraged to learn by self and group discovery. A short quiz is included to test comprehension of the subject and the course concludes with a case study where the delegates are asked to work in small groups to solve a problem.
A significant proportion of the training course focuses on the client’s own operating methods and quality procedures. The Quality Procedures Manual is used in the exercises.
SeerPharma will lead the course and facilitate the group activities. The presenters have many years experience working in the pharmaceutical industry and are able to add many anecdotes and real examples to the course material. Each of the presenters has extensive experience in training and facilitating groups in this type of course.
If you would like further information on this course please call us on +44 (0)1903 730622 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org