This course is a blended learning opportunity during which participants will engage in self-paced modules and live virtual education to learn about CM over a course of four weeks.
This program offered once a quarter is a blended learning opportunity during which participants will engage in self-paced modules and live virtual education over a course of four weeks.
Who Should Participate?
Pharmaceutical manufacturing management, Research & Development scientists and engineers, formulators, PAT scientists, technical services, line operators and Quality Assurance (QA) specialists
Equipment and Technology Suppliers
Pharmaceutical technology supplier representatives in equipment, instrumentation, ingredient and process controls
Personnel from regulatory agencies and consulting companies
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This is an online program for management and technical personnel seeking to identify the supply chain benefits and regulatory and operational requirements for Pharmaceutical Continuous Manufacturing (CM).
Understand the essential concepts of continuous manufacturing, such as design and implementation, process controls, residence time distribution and flow sheet models.
Identify the regulatory requirements applicable to continuous manufacturing and identify current USP documentary standards that are relevant to continuous manufacturing.
View a fully functional research continuous manufacturing line guided by industry experts.
Opportunity to network with continuous manufacturing experts and early adopters.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
Explain the following in detail: a CM line; optimal applications, processes and procedures for instituting a CM line; and material properties, modes and test methods that are applicable in CM.
Identify the RTD, PAT and control considerations necessary for proper CM line operation.
Explain components and operations of feeders, blenders and tablet presses in CM.
Analyze the use of flow sheet modeling and line integration, including unit ops models, sensitivity, and feasibility analysis and optimization.
Apply knowledge of the line processes, operations, tools and procedures to problems and scenarios related to CM.
Regular Price: US$4,000
Early bird Price: US$2,000
(Early bird pricing good
through Jan. 15, 2021)
If your company is interested in group or corporate pricing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three Live Online Event
- Overview of Program
- Town Hall Q&A
- Interactive Case Studies Forum
- Feeders, Blenders and Tablet Press
- Residence Time Distribution
- Process Analytical Technologies
- Control Considerations
- Flow-sheet Modeling and Line Integration
USP Approved Instructors
Spring - May 3, 2021
Summer - Jul. 26, 2021
Fall - Oct.. 25, 2011