QMS News and Articles
Read our articles on QMS regulatory developments as well as news about our QMS training courses. The 5 most recent pharma articles are shown in the slider and the rest are shown in date order below.
All of our training courses are now being delivered using our ‘live online interactive” format. Making the transition away from classroom delivery has been challenging especially for the team delivering our highly successful and intensive 5-day Pharmaceutical GMP Lead Auditor course. But the reviews in this article show how we have risen to that challenge.
This article highlights some of our most popular articles
This article offers detailed advice for those people working in the Pharma secor who are facing the daunting task of starting a new QMS for the first time.
In this article we explore the controls needed to both approve Pharma suppliers and to control the purchasing of materials from them
In this video, we look at “The roles of the Heads of Production & QC and the Qualified Person” and what GMP’s requirements are when it comes to roles and responsibilities as well as the specific duties of these three individuals.
The video in this article is part of a unit in our online QMS courses that looks at how to implement a Quality Management System and, in this video, we look at the first principle associated with such implementation – that of adequately assigning roles and responsibilities.
We successfully delivered our highly praised GMP Auditor/ lead Auditor training course in Osaka, Japan, for the third time a few weeks ago. The course will be presented again in Osaka next year in early March 2020
Most of you will already have a QMS that has already been designed so the contents of this video will help you to consider how you can evolve an existing QMS to cope with new regulatory requirements, QMS ideas and business pressures. In this video we begin to examine...
This article will consider the concept of “quality” and looks at how a range of experts in this field have arrived at various quality definitions.
In this article and video we look at some general systems thinking points and consider the structure of a Quality Management System together with the underlying concept of Quality Management principles – the “oil” used to maintain our Quality Management System. Taken from Unit 01 Chapter 03 of our QPharma/QP course on Quality Management Systems
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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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Most of our public courses are currently being delivered using our proven 'live online interactive' courseware enabling you to attend the course from your home or workplace and be heard and seen throughout, just as you would be if we were in a room together. In 2022 we will also begin to offer some traditional classroom courses - see details on each course page.
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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.