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Online Good Distribution Practice training course

Gain an appreciation of the main requirements of Good Distribution Practice in an hour with this online course!
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Online GDP training course

This GDP online course is aimed at new starters and existing staff as part of their ongoing GDP training.  The GDP online course provides a detailed overview of why we have GDP, what GDP is and an overview of its main requirements.

 

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Online GDP Training Course

Available: Anytime Anywhere using a desktop pc, laptop, tablet and most smartphone

Duration: Takes about an hour to complete including online assessments

Cost: £95 plus VAT per learner (see below for details)

If you plan to pay by credit card then you should first look at this helpful information.

You will be set up with access to the UK course by default. If you would prefer the non-UK course then send us an email once you have made your online booking.

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GDP Online Course Contents

The GDP online course consists of the following chapters:

Chapter 1: An introduction to the pharmaceutical industry
This chapter provides an overview of the pharmaceutical industry and the need to regulate medicine manufacture and supply.

Chapter 2: An introduction to Good Distribution Practice
This chapter introduces the concept of Wholesale Dealer Authorisations and the need for Good Distribution Practice.

Chapter 3: The Good Distribution guidelines
The main contents and requirements of the 10 chapters of GDP are explained and why these are important.

Chapter 4: Working to GDP

The key elements of GDP are covered, with a special focus on what GDP means for the individual working for an organisation involved in the storage, transport and/or brokering of medical products.

Duration:

The duration of each chapter lasts approximately 10 – 15 minutes.  The whole GDP online course should last about an hour.

Assessment and certificates:

Each chapter has a series of randomly selected assessment quiz questions at the end of each one.  An 80% pass mark is expected.  Guidance is provided if a delegate gets an answer wrong.  After successful completion of the course a certificate is available for download by the learner.

These chapters are available either as a UK or non-UK version.  The UK version has references to the UK’s Regulatory Authority (the MHRA) and their “Green Guide”, whereas the non-UK version does not.

If you would like further details on the specific contents of each chapter and the suitability for the individual then please contact us

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Pricing and Availability

Prices exclude UK Value Added Tax (VAT) at 20% which will also be charged for UK based delegates.  VAT will not be charged for delegates from outside of the European Union (EU) or for delegates from within the EU if they supply their company’s VAT number when booking.

Prices for the GDP online course:

Individuals:

The individual price for access to the whole course (all four chapters) is £95 plus VAT

Delegates will have access to the course for a 2-month period from the registration of the delegate.  If they do not complete the course within this time then they will need to pay again to complete the course.  No certificate is issued if the course is not completed in full.

If you would like to book onto the course as an individual delegate, then please click on the links above.  This will take you through to our card payment system.  Course registration will follow soon after payment has been received.

Groups

You may book up to 10 delegates on one of the standard versions of the course at a price of £95 plus VAT for each delegate by using the links above.  This will take you through to our card payment system. Alternatively, you may opt for an invoice to be issued as part of the registration process. Course registration will follow soon after payment has been received.

Discounts are available for groups of 10 or above and the discount increases depending on numbers.  Please contact us for further information.

License materials for your internal system:

If you are interested in purchasing the course materials for use on your own Learning Management Systems (LMS) then please contact us to discuss options.

Sales Tax:

Prices exclude UK Value Added Tax (VAT) at 20% which will also be charged for UK based delegates.  VAT will not be charged for delegates from outside of the European Union (EU) or for delegates from within the EU if they supply their company’s VAT number when booking.

Delegate Feedback

See below to access independently reviewed feedback, as well as some comments from delegate feedback forms.

We all found this course very accessible and easy to follow. It has been a great help to our Company

Tim Webb

Business Development Manager, COUGAR COURIERS

The whole course has been extremely well structured and I have enjoyed taking it

I would recommend more of this type of course

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We offer a wide range of highly praised and respected classroom and online training courses and also provide our global pharma clients with consultancy support. Our classroom courses are available on a public schedule and also can be customised for inhouse delivery at a client site.

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Forthcoming Public Courses

September

10 Pharma GMP Lead Auditor

October

09 Data Integrity
10 Good Distribution Practice
17 Good Manufacturing Practice

November

05 Pharma GMP Lead Auditor Manchester, UK
13 Internal Auditor
20 Sterile Products
27 Problem Solving

December

03 Pharma GMP Lead Auditor

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Online courses available anytime anywhere

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Good Distribution Practice (GDP)

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Pharma Quality Management Systems module

QP Medicinal Chemistry & Therapeutics module

QP Quality Management Systems module

Each course typically consists of 10-20 minute chapters of content followed by a quiz based assessment. The QP courses feature tutor assessment too. The learning is accessed over the internet using desktop computers, laptops, tablets and even smartphones.

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