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CPD Hours: 5
This is a packed session that explores everything involved in becoming a Qualified Person (QP). Attendees are encouraged to ask as many questions as they like to ensure that you leave with a clear understanding and can make an informed decision whether being a QP is for them or not
We cover the role of a QP, the level of commitment expected of a QP, what you can expect from the RSSL training programme and the Viva assessment process and also look at the importance of the Sponsor as a mentor and the support they should provide throughout the training process.
By the end of the course you will:
We offer a number of discounts and specials offers on our training courses including Group booking, NHS and Seasonal discounts.
Graham is a permanent provisions eligible Qualified Person (QP) who has gained extensive QC and QA experience within the Pharmaceutical Industry since 1983. Recent positions have focused upon the application of GMP and design/implementation of Quality Systems at international manufacturing Sites and R&D facilities - with extensive experience gained on all commercial dosage forms plus Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) and Investigational Medicinal Products (IMP).
David Moulding, Registration Standards Specialist at the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), will be delivering a presentation covering QP Eligibility and the Application Process.
QP role and professional duties
A comprehensive overview of the requirements of the UK study guide and how the QP complies with the legal and operational requirements of the role