Current Good Manufaturing Processes (cGMP) for Pharmaceuticals - E-Learning Course

  • ID: 3734833
  • Training
  • Region: Global
  • 2 Hours
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Explain and Define GMP and cGMP
This hour-long CBT focuses on 21 CFR Part 210 & 211 cGMP in Manufacturing, Processing, Packing, or Holding of Drugs and Finished Pharmaceutical issued by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).

Course Overview:

This CBT discusses a basic understanding of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and gives a better understanding of the subparts located within Parts 210 & 211.The course provides a breakdown of the current Good Manufacturing practice requirements and includes subpart detail.

Learning Objectives:

- Explain and define GMP and cGMP.
- Discuss the role of the FDA in the cGMP process.
- Describe the types of inspections and potential outcomes.
- Understand and apply the information provided to their everyday roles and responsibilities.


- Optimize productivity and training time
- Flexible mobile learning using a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device
- Fulfill new hire and annual FDA training requirements


cGMP training is appropriate for all employees involved in the Pharmaceutical industry.
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