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Pharmaceutical Training Programme Spring 2019

Courses on offer this Spring with Honeyman Training:

Microbiology for Non-Microbiologists

This two-day course combines classroom based lectures with practical workshops in our approved MHRA laboratory, giving delegates a solid introduction to microbiology in the context of pharmaceutical manufacture. Throughout the course, data interpretation will be practised and the consequences of misinterpretation discussed.

Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes

At our Microbiology for Non-Microbiologists Training Course delegates will:

  • Develop a sound understanding of basic pharmaceutical microbiology
  • Be able to identify microbial hazards
  • Learn how to reduce contamination
  • Learn the requirements for sterile and non-sterile product manufacture
  • Be able to constructively participate in microbiological risk assessments
  • Be able to participate in out-of specification investigations
  • Review microbiological data and understand the methods of analysis control
  • Understand Gram positive and gram negative bacteria, and gram staining
  • Identify Bacteria (bacteriology and mycology)
  • Learn about Spores and spore forming microorganisms
  • Read micro-organisms on Agar plate
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  • Microbial Risk Management During Cleanroom Operations

    This course is a must for anyone involved in the management of Aseptic Processing or Cleanroom Operations. We offer continued support on completing the course, which also has the accredited specialist option, as below.

    Microbial Risk Management During Cleanroom Operations

    The proposed annex 1 revision requires that manufacturers of sterile medicinal products implement a contamination control strategy based on risk assessment in order to assess the effectiveness of all the control and monitoring measures employed. So, what does an effective contamination control strategy for the manufacture of sterile products in a cleanroom environment look like?

    Set at Technical level for those people responsible for management, supervision, conducting risk assessments, tech support validation, QA etc, the Risk Management of Contamination (RMC) in Cleanroom operations is an example of an effective contamination control strategy.

    Based on HACCP principles, this Honeyman Training course provides companies with the ability to quantify the contamination risk to the product through assessment of the existing control measures in place. This allows users to focus resource on the areas of highest risk of contamination to the product and optimise the security and productivity of the process.

    The RMC approach is based on sound scientific principles supported by many published papers on the subject. We guarantee that on completion of the course you will look at the risks to contamination to product within the Cleanroom in a different way, with a greater understanding of the risk to product contamination and an increased awareness of the effectiveness of the control measures in place.    

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    Sterile Product Manufacture Critical Factors

    The manufacture of sterile products is subject to special controls and relies heavily on the competence and knowledge of everyone involved in the process. This course covers all key aspects of sterile product manufacture, for both aseptically prepared and terminally sterilised products.

    Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes

    At our Critical Factors for Sterile Product Manufacture Course delegates will learn:

    • To review the key activities and processes which are critical to the success of sterile manufacturing operations
    • To refresh delegates on the special nature of sterile products and understand the challenges involved in aseptic processing and the consequences of failure.
    • To develop risk assessment methods and quantify risk
    • To apply risk management techniques to control contamination in clean rooms
    • Understand how the key aspects of the facility design, personnel, material flows, aseptic behaviours determine the success of aseptic processing.
    • How to implement and perform a successful aseptic validation program including practical trail design
    • To understand the current sterilisation & sanitisation processes and controls
    • To understand the importance of critical utilities in sterile product manufacture including steam and high purity water.
    • To understand the role of QC laboratories in sterile processes
    • To understand the role of the QP in sterile manufacture
    • To review the current regulatory requirements and trends in sterile manufacture
    • To understand common GMP deficiencies and what inspectors are looking for
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    Cleanrooms: Principles in Practice®

    Cleanroom design, operation and management

    Learn about GMP regulations and ISO standards, Risk Assessments and investigations, how to control and minimise microbiological contamination, Gowning, changing and operator qualification, HVAC systems and cost-effective validation. Book Now

    Pharmaceutical Water Systems: Principles in Practice®

    Learn the key points of design, build and operation of pharmaceutical water systems. Water purification, storage and distribution system elements illustrated. Delegates from all disciplines learn the role each plays in the management and control of water systems.  Book Now


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    Engaging Life Science Training Courses: Pharmaceutical Water Systems; Microbiology; Sterile Product Manufacture; Cleaning Validation; Pharmaceutical Sterilisation; Microbial Risk Management During Cleanroom Operations; Biotechnology.
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    Book online or call us on +44(0)1833 690101 to discuss your training needs. 

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