GMP Webinars Now Available as Recorded Webinars

GMP News No. 783

GMP News
30 August 2006
 

GMP Webinars Now Available as Recorded Webinars

 
The GMP webinars offered by the European Compliance Academy (ECA) since January have turned out to be a big success. Numerous attendees already take advantage of the opportunity to get the latest on topics and current developments relative to EU and FDA GMP requirements fast and easily without leaving their desk.

In addition to the big interest in currently offered webinars, ECA continuously received inquiries for past webinar topics. Therefore, the Academy extended its offer with recorded webinars. These recordings are 1:1 replays of live webinars, including questions from participants and answers from the speakers. They are thus a perfect alternative or an additional tool for receiving an update any time – sort of "on-demand".

All a viewer needs to play a recorded webinar is a high speed Internet connection (DSL), the (commonly pre-installed) Windows Media Player or the RealPlayer from Real Networks, a sound card and speakers.

The recording can be ordered via an Internet form in which potential buyers also have to specify when they plan on watching the recording. At the specified date, the recorded webinar is available via an access code – this code is active for 24 hours only.

More information on this new service and on the currently offered recorded webinars as well as an excerpt of a recording can be found here:

Further, two online presentations recorded at the ECA's annual Advisory Board Meeting on 7 July 2006 (each approx. 10 min) on new developments and initiatives of the ECA are available here:
ECA Chairman Daniel Scheidegger's video address:
http://www.gmp-compliance.org/webinar/archiv/ecaadv1

ECA Director Regulatory Affairs Mike Edgington's presentation on the foundation of the Rapid Microbiological Methods Working Group:
http://www.gmp-compliance.org/webinar/archiv/ecaadv2
 

The next live GMP webinar on 28 September 2006 from 15.30 to 17.00 o'clock (CET) concentrates on the

USP Draft General Chapter < 1058 >: Analytical Instrument Qualification

and focuses on questions like

  • What are the differences between qualification and validation?
  • What are the components of data quality?

 
Author:
Wolfgang Heimes
On behalf of the European Compliance Academy (ECA)
  

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