These courses are intended for technical staff, production operators and quality personnel who, each from within their own function, have to ensure the quality of a certain pharmaceutical process.
Aseptic Manufacturing using an Automatic Filling Line
Aseptic filling is a crucial process during the manufacturing of pharmaceutical products. Participants will operate an automatic filling machine in a real pharmaceutical manufacturing environment and experience all critical parameters at first hand.
Aseptic Techniques in a Downflow Cabinet
During this course, participants will perform aseptic techniques in a downflow cabinet. Microbiological monitoring, disinfection, clothing and other protective measures are discussed in detail.
ATMP Manufacturing, From Process Development to the Patient
Gain a thorough understanding of manufacturing cell-based medicinal products, specifically Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs), with our comprehensive course.
cleanESCAPEroom –the Remedy
Can you control your nerves under any clean conditions? Do you have profound confidence in your GMP knowledge? Are you skilled enough to enter a cleanroom without leaving a microbiological trace? Then you might be the right person for this challenge.
Cleanroom Behavior Course (optional with gowning training)
VCCN developed the Cleanroom Behavior Course (CGC) in order to make personnel working in a cleanroom aware of their influence on the air quality in a cleanroom.
Deviations and CAPAs - Perform effective investigations
This one-day course focuses on the root cause analysis and impact assessment of deviations and the determination of appropriate corrective and preventive actions (CAPAs).
A practical training in Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) aspects and quality systems.
HVAC/ Cleanrooms: ins and outs
An air handling system plays an important role in every organization that uses cleanrooms. This practical course is given in a technical area and in cleanrooms and deals with all the important aspects of a HVAC system.
Introduction to Downstream Processing
Due to the realistic production environment of our state-of-the-art facility, we are able to offer this unique training, which focuses not only on theory but also on the practice of manufacturing biopharmaceutical products.
Introduction to Upstream Processing
What is Upstream Processing? Learn all about the basic principles of upstream processing in biotechnology with this practical training course. And practice the upstream processing techniques yourself in a realistic production environment.
Introduction working in a GMP environment
What does Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) mean exactly? And is it really as important as the industry claims it to be? Fact is that everyone who is working in the pharmaceutical industry will, at some point in time, come in contact with GMP.
Microbial Control in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Management as well as staff must thoroughly understand the concept of pharmaceutical microbiology, and more importantly, live by it. This is key to keeping the probability of consistent batches as high as possible.
Online Course on Lyophilization / Freeze drying (Live)
This 4 hour interactive online lyophilization course teaches you all about the lyophilization process, hardware, critical process parameters and regulatory aspects. Certain aspects will be demonstrated live using a pilot scale lyophilizer!
Process Validation in Biopharmaceutical Production
This practical training clarifies the whole landscape of process validation and covers a variety of tools for performing process validations in biopharmaceutical production.
Single-use Equipment in Biopharmaceutical Processing
In the search for safe and efficient solutions, single-use equipment is rapidly becoming the standard. This course explains the role of single-use equipment in bioprocessing and goes into critical aspects during manufacturing.
Sterilization training course - too Hot to Handle?
In hospitals and in the pharmaceutical industry, the department where materials are cleaned, disinfected and sterilized, plays a crucial role.