Oral Solid Dosage Forms (Tablets and Capsules) are some of the most popular and convenient methods of drug delivery. They can be produced in a non-sterile environment and the process, equipment, and technology are well defined and known, after more than 100 years of development.
With the high volume of products produced in these dosage forms, it is important that the unit operations for their production be thoroughly understood. This online course focuses on the fundamentals of each discrete processing step (unit operation) required for the manufacture and packaging of tablets and capsules.
This online course covers pharmaceutical facilities for the manufacture of OSD forms, including tablets, capsules, and general powders. It also may be applied to pilot and clinical supply facilities. The eLearning course is not intended to address the manufacture of dietary supplements, excipients, sterile products, topicals, oral liquids, or aerosols. Wherever applicable, references are provided to existing Baseline® Guides for further detail on specific systems or operations.
Immediately apply the course learning objectives with an electronic download of the ISPE Baseline® Guide:Oral Solid Dosage Forms, 3rd Edition.
CEUs are provided once you achieve an 80% passing grade and complete the evaluation.