GMP Auditing for the Pharmaceutical Industry

Auditing is a critical function within a pharmaceutical company. It provides management with information about how effectively the company controls the quality of their processes and products. Auditors must perform their jobs competently to ensure their company’s compliance with pharmaceutical USFDA GMP regulations and other quality standards like ICH Q10. Auditing for GMP is specifically designed to address the challenges of GMP auditing for the pharmaceutical industry and present the basic competencies required to effectively perform the auditor's assigned responsibilities and contribute to the improvement of auditor performance within a regulated industry. This online course includes a supplemental module that provides guidance in preparing for regulatory GMP inspections and is designed to provide broad fundamental industry knowledge through a customized learning experience for individuals that want to expand their cGMP knowledge.

Course Modules/Learning Objectives

Interactive Course includes:

  • A downloadable presentation for note-taking.
  • Learning reviews/assessments highlighting important points.
  • Reference materials and links to regulatory information.
  • An online resource handout as a quick reference for all the web links discussed.

CEUs are provided once you achieve an 80% passing grade and complete the evaluation.

Attendance suggested for:

  • Individuals with two to three years of direct experience working with the USFDA and PIC/S GMP guidelines who want to develop additional expertise in GMP Auditing.
  • New auditors or individuals wanting to become auditors.
  • Professionals who are responsible for conducting internal or vendor GMP audits.
  • Suppliers and others who are audited, such as quality assurance and quality control specialists, validation scientists, manufacturing supervisors, technical support personnel, engineers, and all levels of management.

Community of Practice (COP): This training course is of particular interest to existing and future members of the ISPE Process/Product Development (PPD) Community of Practice (COP).


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