The ECA Academy also organises events in the form of Live GMP Online Training/Webinars.
To get a list with live online trainings and webinars in a specific subject area according to your professional demands, please simply click on any of the subjects below:
You can also enter a keyword in "GMP Search Engine" above and start this search by choosing "Conferences/Webinars" from the drop-down menu right next to the search. A list of events containing this keyword will be displayed.
Have a look at the complete list of all Live Online Trainings and Webinars..
Also find an overview of all courses, conferences and its corresponding certifications on GMP/GDP as PDF file:
You cannot find the live online training or webinar you are looking for? Do not hesitate to ask us per e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participants in any of the ECA Academy's events receive comprehensive event documentation as well as a recognised GMP certificate confirming their participation. A unique service is the GMP Certification Programme enabling professionals to acquire an additional qualification and a certification, e.g. as a Certified QA Manager.
In addition to public GMP Training Courses and Conferences, the ECA Academy also organises GMP in-house Training Courses. These courses take place at the customer’s production facility. The ECA Academy offers several standard GMP in-house training courses – which can be enhanced or customised to suit every company’s needs. In general, in-house training courses are made for groups of 10 – 20 participants to assure an effective training.
Now online: Almost all of our in-house trainings can also be conducted online.
In adddition, the co-operation with Concept Heidelberg allows us to offer a comprehensive programme of GMP e-learning Training Courses. The participation in a GMP e-learning session is very simple. All you need is a PC with internet connection. GMP e-learning courses are based on videos made in major pharmaceutical companies like Novartis, Bayer, Boehringer Ingelheim. These videos are used to explain what GMP requirements are and how they have to be implemented and fulfilled.