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Pharmaceutical Packaging Course
Please note that this course is under review however, if you are interested in attending such a course, please contact us on +44 (0)1476 513894 or training @iom3.org and we will do our best to help you.
This course is intended for people who have a direct involvement in packaging operations within the pharmaceutical industry. This includes the production, development, technology, purchasing, QA/QC, marketing, regulatory and auditing functions.
This course provides the required packaging knowledge for people training to become “Qualified Persons” within the meaning of the EC legislation.
The course leader is an expert and specialist in packaging for the Pharmaceutical Industry. He has experience in packaging development, testing, legislation and project management across various applications.
This intensive three-day course will provide delegates with the knowledge of how packs, for packaging of ethical, OTC and veterinary medicines, are developed, manufactured, filled, transported, stored and used. A course project, completed by the delegates, emphasises the learning on each topic.
At the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
- Identify the factors required for successful packaging including
Introduction to Pharmaceutical Packaging – Pack function, hazards, users, compliance, environmental issues, overall requirements and definitions
Packaging Development – Material pack testing, test method selection, properties vs. performance, specifications, product stability, shelf life, line trialsCourse Project Workshop – Determine packaging brief for selected products
Glass – Use a packaging material, manufacture, types I, II, III NP, conversion, treatments
Plastics – Use as a packaging material, manufacture, conversion, testing, migration
Closures – Types, functions, features, TE/CRC and testing.
Flexible materials – Blisters, strips sachets, manufacture, conversion, testing, properties
Metals – Tubes, aerosols, components, manufacture, conversion
Course Project Workshop – Determine primary packaging materials for selected products
Paper Paperboard – Manufacture, properties, test methods, performance, conversion
Packaging Security – Controls, line clearance, machinery design, anti-counterfeiting, line layout
Transit Packaging – Distribution methods, temperature, pressure, moisture
Material Machinery Interface – Influences, testing, design, problem solving, validation
Quality – Specifications, drawings, audits (in house supplier), testing on line vs. goods inwards, GMP
Regulatory Aspects – Registration, legal requirements, ICHSterile Products – Requirements, sterilisation methods, particulates
Printing, Decorating Labelling – Artwork control, advantages limitations of printing methods, labels, leaflets, cartons
Course Project Workshop – Determine secondary tertiary packaging materials for selected products
Future Developments – Legislation, trends, material developments
Course Summary Evaluation – Review and feedback
These activities are approved for Professional Development by the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.
IOM3 Training Academy is a service of IOM Communications Ltd.
Packaging courses are developed in conjunction with and endorsed by the Packaging Society, a division of the Institute of Materials, Minerals Mining.