Location: Bethesda, Maryland

Fundamentals of Aseptic Processing - April
April 29 - May 2, 2019

Attend this comprehensive training course to learn the basic principles, processes and systems related to aseptic processing. Attendees will have the opportunity to do hands-on activities such as gowning qualification, facility cleaning and disinfection, performing aseptic processes in ISO 5 conditions and performing visual inspection. Key topics will include evaluating current aseptic processing procedures, potential risks of product contamination using airflow visualization techniques, filter integrity testing and more.

STERIS expert Sean Kerrigan will be one of the distinguished trainers at the training course. 

Learning Objectives:
1. Evaluate current aseptic processing procedures
2. Assess potential risks of product contamination using airflow visualization techniques
3. Determine the necessary components of an effective environmental monitoring program
4. Describe the importance of filter integrity testing
5. Examine cleanroom fill operations to ensure appropriate interventions and observations occur
6. Review basic microbiology concepts and techniques to multiple aspects of aseptic processing
7. Demonstrate an understanding of sanitization techniques and disinfectant evaluation by properly operating different cleaning systems
8. Interpret regulatory requirements for manufacturing sterile products produced by aseptic processing

Who Should Attend? 
-Professionals who are new to sterile drug manufacturing
-Individuals in the manufacturing, quality assurance, quality control and engineering departments
-Individuals in Management, Operators and technicians, Analysts, Specialists, and Engineers


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Can’t attend in April? This course is also being offered in July, October, and December.