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GMP Auditor Training for Quality Systems

11 Jun 2013 - 12 Jun 2013 - Amsterdam, Netherlands



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This 2 day course is aimed at Quality Assurance auditors and production management for Level 2 internal audits and supplier auditing.


To be a business benefit rather than a drain on resources, your auditing programmes must be integral to continuous improvement. The key to effective internal auditing and auditing of suppliers is the training of both auditors and auditees in the purpose and relevant techniques of the audit and how these techniques can be channelled to achieve business and compliance improvements.


Participants will learn about the key techniques and thought processes which may be used by auditors to maximize the benefits of each type of audit. These include planning and preparation, the audit team, structuring the audit, close out, CAPAs and follow up.


Who Should Attend?

  •   QA auditors and trainees
  •   Production managers who receive internal QA and corporate GMP audits
  •   Engineering managers who receive internal QA and corporate
  •   GMP audits
  •   Production supervisors who lead Self Inspection audits
  •   Auditors of suppliers and contractors

Course Programme

Part 1: Auditing Basics

  •   Purpose of audits and audit models (overview)
  •   Role Characteristics of the Auditor
  •   Audit Types and Classification
  •   Audit Methods
  •   General Themes for All Audits

Part 2: Auditing Tools and Techniques

  •   Basic auditing tools
  •   Audit Techniques
  •   Audit scheduling, planning and management

Part 3: The audit process

  •   Audit scheduling
  •   Conducting the audit
  •   Managing an Audit Team
  •   The Exit Meeting
  •   Audit Reporting and closeout

Part 4: Improving the audit system

  •   Adding Value from the Audit programme
  •   Organisation of the internal audit programme (Self Inspection)

Part 5: How to Audit CAPA, OOS and QRM

  •   The necessity for structured investigation
  •   Corrective and Preventive Action procedures
  •   Out of Specification procedures
  •   Risk Assessment techniques

Part 6: Auditing API Manufacturers

  •   Why Audit API Manufacturers
  •   Control of raw materials and process intermediates
  •   Handling Manufacturing Deviations
  •   QC Laboratories
  •   Distribution
  •   Computer systems
  •   QP Declaration

Part 7: Auditing Products Manufacturers

  •   Oral solid and liquid dosage forms
  •   Packaging and labelling
  •   Distribution
  •   QC Laboratories
  •   Computer systems

Part 8: Auditing for Approval of Contractors / Suppliers

  •   Technical requirements (physical properties, purity, quantity, frequency, etc)
  •   Critical steps and controls
  •   Preferred location (UK, EU, Far East, world-wide)
  •   Key points of contract (Quality Technical Agreement)

The course will include several Workshops on specific aspects of the programme



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