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GMP Auditor Training for Quality Systems

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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


This 2.5 day course is aimed at Quality Assurance auditors and production management for  Level 2 internal audits and supplier auditing.

Current GMP legislation requires that there are internal and external audit programmes      operating as part of an integrated quality system.  Effective auditing should provide evidence of operational compliance status and identify opportunities for continuous improvement and improved supply chain control and relationships.  Both internal auditors and supplier auditors need to have in-depth, interactive training in audit techniques and understand how audit    activities complement quality and risk management processes to ensure business compliance and identify quality improvements.

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

The course includes role play sessions to practice auditor/auditee communications.  There is also a session on Data Integrity and implications of the US—EU MRA


Early-bird rate available until 28 September 2018


Judith Callanan

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