GMP and GDP In-house Training Programme

What are GMP/GDP In-house Training Courses?

GMP/GDP in-house Training Courses are an ideal solution and a cost-effective way to train a larger number of people (ten or more) than you would normally want to send to an external course. You determine date and time, and the training is provided in your premises – or, alternatively, online, as most of the trainings can also be conducted via Internet.

Why GMP/GDP In-house Training?

Our GMP/GDP in-house training help your employees to put the GMP/GDP requirements into practice, to understand why they have to observe GMP/GDP rules and to develop a positive attitude towards GMP/GDP. In discussing of questions, your staff becomes familiar with the GMP/GDP rules, and solutions to concrete problems are found.

The courses you can choose from

Training content depends on your individual needs and ideas. A course can take into account the specific situation in your company and considers the latest GMP publications. Then both the training course's content and structure are tailored to the target group - also considering group-dynamic effects.

Now online

Almost all of our in-house trainings can also be conducted online. This allows for maximum flexibility since your employees can take part in the same session no matter where they are located.

Professional GMP Trainers

Your GMP trainers have been working for us as speakers for many years. Only GMP trainers with a track record from our open GMP Education Courses or European Conferences can conduct in-house training courses as associated partners. Each special field is covered by a different trainer. This way you can be sure that you have a competent GMP trainer, no matter if the course is about current Part 11 trends or about cleanrooms for aseptic manufacture.

Documentation and Certification

Every participant receives a folder with detailed training documentation. As a recognised organisation for advanced training, we issue certificates that document the participation in the training measure and that are accepted by the supervisory authorities.