Skills to Compete An Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Industry Night Class
The aim of this programme is to provide the learner with the basic knowledge and skills in complying with relevant health, safety and environmental regulations and controls in the life sciences industry.
Applicants must have reached the current statutory school leaving age.
Good numerical and communication skills are essential including verbal and written command of the English language.
No specific background is required for this course. If you have an interest in working in a regulated industry such as Pharmaceutical/Bio-Pharmaceutical/Medical Devices industry, or just interested in making a career change then you are most welcome to apply for this inductory course.
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State the planned outcomes and the conditions attached to attendance on the course; apply good safety, health and hygiene practices; state the basic principle involved in environmental issues and explain the meaning of equal opportunities.
2-Quality & Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
Compliance with quality standards and good manufacturing practice.
3- Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing (CI)
To utilise a range of continuous improvement methodologies whilst working at operative level in the life sciences manufacturing sector.
4- Cleanroom Operations
Procedures for working at operative level in the cleanroom environment in the life sciences manufacturing sector.
5- Health, Safety and Environmental Awareness
Current health, safety and environmental regulations and controls for the life science. manufacturing or services sector.
6-Heating Ventilation & Air-Conditioning
Describe the system layout, component parts and on-line instrumentation for typical systems for HVAC