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Quality Control in the Laboratory Professional Certification Program (GLP00S2)

Certification Training Duration: 5.8 hours (the average time to complete the training program, including final assessments).
Credits Hours: 6
Demonstration: Demo an online course.

Certificate: View sample certificate.

PRICE: USD $575.00

Description: This program provides a comprehensive overview of the concepts and requirements necessary for compliance with Quality Control (Good Laboratory Practices in Life Sciences).
Training Provided By: BioPharma Institute

BioPharma Institute LogoThe Quality Control in the Laboratory Professional Certification Program Includes the Following Individual Courses:

GLP: Introduction to QC: This online course introduces participants to the basic concepts and requirements of Good Quality Control Laboratory Practices. It will review industry standards used in specifying requirements for QC and define the elements in establishing a Laboratory Quality System and Quality Manual for a chemical analytical laboratory.

GLP Quality Control: Analytical Method Validation: Analytical test method validation is a fundamental QC requirement both for product registration and GMP inspection of laboratories. GMP auditing trends worldwide are now focusing on Good Laboratory Practices, and in particular, analytical method validation.

This online course is designed to provide participants with techniques and procedures for the validation, analysis and control of analytical test methods. The presentation covers such topics as definitions of performance parameters and their acceptance criteria and how to set up for cost efficient accuracy, precision and linearity studies, etc. The industry requirements for documenting method validations (ICH, TGA, and FDA) will be presented, as well as tips and techniques for method transfer.

GLP Quality Control: IQ/OQ and Calibration of Lab Equipment: This online course covers the requirements for the qualification of laboratory instruments, including IQ, OQ, and PQ. The relationship between vendors, user requirements specifications and qualification are explained. The different approach to simple and complex instruments is addressed, and specifications and calibration requirements for spectrophotometers, chromatographic systems and dissolution apparatus are reviewed.

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