Aseptic Processing II

Aseptic Processing II

Scheduled

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Starts: June 1, 2020
Register at Wake Technical Community College (Course #: 215859)
Class will be held at Capstone Center
Schedule
  • Monday, June 1, 2020 - 8:00am to 3:00pm
  • Tuesday, June 2, 2020 - 8:00am to 3:00pm
  • Wednesday, June 3, 2020 - 8:00am to 3:00pm
  • Thursday, June 4, 2020 - 8:00am to 3:00pm
Instructor: Tara Hamilton
Tuition: $622.00

Build on the foundation you constructed in Aseptic Processing Level I with this course, a hands-on experience in which you hone aseptic operational skills in a simulated CGMP cleanroom environment.

We supplement each laboratory activity with vibrant classroom discussion so what you learn isn’t just theory. You actually relate topic knowledge to aseptic processes and function.

The course faculty correlate instruction with regulatory guidelines governing pharmaceutical aseptic activities.

Aseptic technique is vital to maintain product integrity and customer safety. Currently, this class is only offered at our BioNetwork Capstone Center in Raleigh, NC.

Audience

This course equips any employee whose responsibilities depend on aseptic technique, including:

  • Manufacturing Technicians
  • Team Leaders and Supervisors
  • Quality Control Personnel
  • Quality Assurance Personnel
  • Maintenance / Engineers – Aseptic Emphasis
  • Plus Those Seeking Employment in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Topics Include

Meets six hours per day for four days and is aligned with regulatory guidelines. It covers:

  • Microenvironments Used in Aseptic Manufacturing/Testing
  • Isolator and BSC Laboratory Exercises
  • Closed System Aseptic Connections
  • Media Fill Process Simulations
  • Product Release Testing
  • Regulatory Aspects of Aseptic Processing
  • Biosafety Levels and Precautions
  • Endotoxins
  • Water Systems
  • Lyophilization Overview
  • History of Aseptic Processing
  • Deviation Investigations

Learning Objectives

  • Perform aseptic process simulations within LAFs, BSCs and Barrier Isolators.
  • Compare open-system to closed-system aseptic processes.
  • Understand endotoxins and methods used for testing their presence in manufacturing operations.
  • Define water’s role in parenteral drug manufacturing.
  • Conduct an investigation into aseptic processing issues.
  • Prescribe a CAPA report based on observations.
  • Apply hands-on experience in media fill process simulations.
  • Use hands-on experience of final product release testing.

Portability

This course must be taught at a BioNetwork location.

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Aseptic Processing II

Level: Intermediate

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Instructor Pool

Annet Rajan
Janet Rajan
Len Amico
Rebel Umphlett
Tara Hamilton
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