This training is based on the international regulations for Good Distribution Practice (GDP) of pharmaceutical products for human use. The training looks into the practices of wholesale distributors and the proper ways and processes concerning the distribution of medicinal products, as well as the roles and responsibilities of all personnel stated in the GDP regulations. It discusses the EU GDP Guidelines and measures the impact of the new Falsified Medicines Directive and increasing standards required in a compliant supply chain. The course also takes a detailed look into what are the most important aspects of GDP and provides all trainees with all the most relevant information needed for applying Good Distribution Practices in their work.
Why is this training important?
GDP generally refers to a system of management controls for laboratories and research organisations to ensure the consistency and reliability of results as outlined in the OECD Principles of GDP and other national regulations. The GDP training is required for personnel involved in non-clinical studies, in order for them to be able to follow instructions and important measures.
Full training content
Definition and History
Premises and Equipment
Documentation and Operations
Stock Handling and Transportation
GDP (GSP) Implementation Tips
People who will benefit from this course
Regulatory and Compliance staff
Quality Assurance staff
Corporate Solutions and Certification
This training is also available as a corporate solution, which includes an administrative panel through which an appointed person, such as the HR Manager, can select who does the training when, as well as monitoring tools and access to statistics. The GDP training is also offered in the form of face-to-face training, where experts from our International Network of Trainers come to you; additional content customisations are available upon request.