NSF Announces Remaining Spaces on its UK Pharmaceutical Courses for April and May

NSF International has announced that there are still some spaces available on some of its upcoming pharmaceutical courses, including:

  • A-Z of Sterile Products Manufacture – 16 April to 20 April, Manchester, UK

Come and learn the key scientific, technical and regulatory challenges associated with the manufacture of sterile products and how to implement an effective and compliant quality system to assure the safety and quality of the products that you make. Whether you need to meet EU, US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or any other regulatory agency’s needs, this course will give you the knowledge, skills and tools to succeed!

  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology – QP Module – 23 April to 27 April, York, UK

Microbiological contamination of products and processes continues to be a major concern to the industry and its regulators. The potential impact of such contamination can be catastrophic. Put simply, microbial contamination can kill your patients and your business!

This course, for both non-biologists and microbiologists, is designed to provide you with the knowledge, confidence and decision making risk assessment skills to prevent this happening. This course is approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry as suitable for their members’ continuing professional development.

  • Quality Risk Management – 24 April to 25 April, Stansted, UK

This highly interactive two-day course is designed to provide you with the tools and techniques to improve your decision making skills and better protect your company and the patient.

NSF will show you how to take a structured, risk-based approach to problem solving and decision making, using techniques such as A3 worksheets, RAPID decision making, Ishikawa, FMEA, and HACCP.

  • Auditing QC Laboratories – 22 May to 23 May, Manchester, UK

This course is designed to provide you with the necessary skills and understanding of how you can include checking for evidence of both effective data management and data fraud during chemical QC laboratory audits.

It will also make sure you understand how chemical QC laboratories should manage the generation, analysis, reporting and storage of data.

If you are a group, work for the NHS, are a regulatory authority or a registered charity, you could benefit from a 50% discount on NSF’s training courses.

You can book online, make an enquiry using the form on this page, or contact NSF by at [email protected]

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