In a GMP environment, the training process is the critical foundation of your business. You need qualified, competent people to perform your operations, and that happens through the people you select as trainers. The people you have providing training – on the floor or in the classroom – can make or break your training program. So what can you do to ensure the right people are providing training? What skills do they need to be successful as a trainer?
Even if you have the right people with the right skills, you’re still only halfway there. There are a few other things they need – and without them, the training they provide won’t be effective.
If you’d like to start making your organization’s training more effective – and seeing the results of more effective training in your quality system – start here. This course will provide a step-by-step foundation for identifying what an effective training system must include, identifying the right personnel to conduct training, understanding training design, and measuring outcomes.
Take home benefits from this session will include:
This course will be of benefit to anyone working in a GMP regulated environment on a global or domestic scale, having responsibility for training - including providing training, overseeing others who provide training, or for the training department in a GMP regulated environment. This includes quality, validation, manufacturing and management personnel, leadership and trainers. Those who are actively involved in performing, overseeing, auditing or managing training as a function or as an operational responsibility will find this course extremely beneficial.
Joanna Gallant, a seasoned consultant and industry trainer, is a solutions-driven quality and training professional with nearly 25 years of technical and operational experience in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, tissue culture, medical device development, and manufacturing environments. Joanna is fluent in a variety of global regulations and standards (including US, EU, PIC/S & WHO GMP; 21 CFR Parts 11, 58, 600, 803, 820 & 1271; ISO 13485, and ICH Q7-10). She has successfully represented the training function to regulators from around the world, and quickly develops a positive rapport with auditors.
Joanna regularly speaks at industry meetings/conferences and has held leadership positions in the Massachusetts-based BETA organization for the last 15 years, and was asked to join the GMP TEA, Inc. Board of Directors in 2008, where she now serves as an Advisor to the Board of Directors. Joanna is a co-founder/instructor in Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Biomanufacturing Certificate Program, and is an Adjunct Professor at the Boston University School of Medicine’s Biotechnology degree program. Joanna is also a regular contributor to Pharmaceutical Online and other publications on training and compliance topics.