A Practical Guide to Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing training

December 10, 2012 7:34 AM

Pharmaceutical Training International is organizing a 10 week training course, A Practical Guide to Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing. 

This self-study course has been designed for biopharmaceutical professionals wanting to understand the current practices and future directions of bioprocessing.

Covering the basic principles and methods used to maximise biopharmaceutical productivity, in 10 weeks you’ll be able to:

  • Plan and deliver an efficient bioprocessing operation (process equipment, solution preparation, waste handling, cleaning and sterilisation, process utilities).
  • Understand the principles of bioprocess design (flowsheets, P&I diagrams, mass balance, plant layouts and scheduling).
  • Prepare cost-models for new biopharmaceutical projects, outsourcing initiatives and proposed technologies.

Not only providing you with a unique, flexibility study format, the course also includes:

  • Access to the author throughout the duration of the course via email
  • Self-assessment questions to benchmark your progress
  • Case studies
  • 10-week online access to leading newsletters, Scrip World Pharmaceutical News and Euralex

If you would like to get paper based learning or check online learning possibilities, you can get more information from here.

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