3.41 (17 reviews)
☑ Meaning and importance of GMP in the manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries.
☑ GMP principles and key requirements
☑ Aspects of good practices in production/manufacturing
☑ Aspects of good practices in quality control
☑ General and specific requirements for documentation and records
☑ The role of Production, Quality Control (QC), Quality Assurance (QA) and the Qualified Person (QP) in GMP
☑ Will be able to handle complaints and recalls
☑ You'll learn key considerations in GMP auditing
Good Manufacturing Practice or GMP is a set of quality assurance practices promoted by regulatory authorities (including the WHO and US FDA) to ensure manufacturing processes are rigorously set and monitored. This training is designed to help you implement into an organization the increasing legislation and guidance on goods within the manufacturing industry.
GMP compliance is widely-accepted as the best way to conduct business, putting product quality first. The course is aimed principally at personnel occupying supervisory and management roles who need detailed explanation of GMP, requirements of GMP and how it works. The GMP course will also be of benefit anyone in the manufacturing (including food, food packaging and food packaging manufacturing) and pharmaceutical industries who have had no significant GMP training previously.
At the end of this course, you will be able to review general and specific requirements for documentation and records, review the way in which a self-inspection programs should be carried out, discuss aspects of good practices in production and quality control. You will understand the roles and duties of key personnel and departments in GMP implementation (i.e. production and quality personnel), and the importance of personnel training to GMP. You will learn best practices in complaints and recalls handling, self-inspection and quality audits. You will learn and be able to apply key considerations for GMP audit.
GMP - Meaning and Overview
The Main Risks
GMP and the Quality System
Principle and Overview
GMP and Personnel
Personnel and Principle
Key and qualified personnel
Staff Training and Hygiene
Premises and Equipment
Quality Control and Ancillary Areas
Generation, Control and Types of Documentation
Manufacturing Formula and Processing Instructions
Prevention of Cross Contamination in Production
Starting Materials and Processing Operations
Technical Transfer of Testing Materials
Complaints and Recalls
Complaints & Recalls
Classification of Defects
Considerations for GMP Audit
Good overview of GMP; however, it would have been better to have a few quizes throughout to test the viewers knowledge.
The instructor needs to improve their speaking skills. It was just reading the text. Presentation needs more pictures and less text,
Instructor was just reading what was written in slides and not explaining a bit detail about it. And in many videos there is disturbance in audio which is making a lot more awful. And ofcourse there is no subtitle as well.
Quality of course is good, audio also good but it is hard to see on mobile otherwise it is very good course