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These 90 minute interactive Hot Topic WebTorials are on-line, highly interactive Webinars where participants work through real-world scenarios designed to test knowledge, problem solve and find resolutions using risk assessment techniques. Participants can then apply new ways of thinking in their day-to-day roles. The sessions run once a month on a Friday and start at 9.30am till 11am.
They bring RSSL’s expertise and support direct to you, enabling you to learn in short time-friendly bursts without any travel and accommodation costs. An action centred learning approach within a framework of pragmatic tasks, issues, and problems that are aligned with real workplace concerns. Presented with a ‘progressive scenario’, and facilitated by the Tutor, attendees will be expected to solve problems in real time utilising their pre-existing knowledge and experience. By sharing best practice across a wide range of different backgrounds, dosage forms and technologies you will develop your critical thinking and decision making skills.
By joining our monthly WebTorials you will:
We offer a number of discounts and specials offers on our training courses including Group booking, NHS and Seasonal discounts.
Rebecca is a Qualified Person and Responsible Person (Eligible to act as a Qualified Person under the permanent provisions) with expertise with Biotechnology products and provision of support for Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMP).
She has held Director positions at some of the most prestigious pharmaceutical companies where she has specialised in setting up and running greenfield manufacturing facilities, systems, processes, supply chain and achieving strategic business milestones.
Our quarterly QP Workshops are face to face sessions that help our trainee QPs to assess and work through latest recalls, real life scenarios facing QPs from new product introductions to deviations to supply chain impacts