Training at Your Site
- cGMP Training
At NSF, we can bring most of our courses to your site, customized to suit your needs. We’ve even customized our Qualified Person training modules for a global market to deliver the same education, training and decision making exercises as our full QP program.
Programs consist of up to 10 modules covering an extensive range of topics and subjects to help develop your key supervisors, managers and leaders across disciplines. Clients often take the opportunity to develop staff across multiple sites to encourage culture change and new ways of linking work practices and decision making.
We offer complete educational programs tailored to your company and your business objectives or technology focus. Training at your site can vary in duration from half a day to five days. The optimum attendance is 12 to 25 delegates, although more or fewer can be accommodated.
We strongly believe that training is most effective when it is directly relevant to the activities performed by the attendees. We like to work closely with your company to design courses that your staff can immediately relate to and which answer their specific questions.
We also offer standalone courses drawing from an extensive library of cGMP, regulatory and technical topics. You may request any course we run at NSF to be customized for and delivered at your site.
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Companies requiring entirely new or updated on-boarding or annual cGMP training programs turn to NSF Pharma Biotech for an innovative approach and the very latest regulatory information and trends to ensure employees are gaining valuable cGMP knowledge which will help them in their work.
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What level of experience and knowledge would you recommend students have prior to attending the Effective Pharmaceutical Audit and Self Inspections course?
Delegates who attend this course are expected to have relevant GMP and/or audit experience. Delegates are expected to have a working knowledge of EudraLex Volume 4, Chapters 1 – 9 or US 21 CFR Parts 210/211, and an awareness of ICH Q8, Q9 and Q10.
Is there a written exam in the Effective Pharmaceutical Audit and Self Inspections course?
Yes. On the last day, there is a two-hour written examination. During the week of the course, time is spent working through an example paper and delegates are given the opportunity to have one and a half hours of exam preparation time before the exam. Delegates for whom English is a second language are allowed an extra 30 minutes for the exam.
I am a Qualified Person (QP) and I want to become an IRCA-registered auditor. How do I proceed?
If you are interested in becoming an IRCA-certificated auditor, the first step is to attend our Effective Pharmaceutical Audits and Self-Inspections PQMS Auditor/Lead Auditor Course, A17638. Once you have passed the NSF course and exam, you will need to apply to IRCA for certification and fulfil their criteria. For more information, see www.irca.org.