GDP Certification - Gain it Today!
Good Distribution Practice Training Online
If you are involved in any aspect of distributing pharmaceutical products then the Good Distribution Practice (GDP) course is for you. This GDP Training course includes areas of quality control, manufacturing, distribution, warehousing, quality assurance, regulation and compliance. Regulations in Europe & US state that all participants of all aspects of medicinal distribution must comply with the principles and guidelines of GDP. The course informs participants how a high level of GDP quality is maintained throughout the distribution network, so that authorised medicines are distributed throughout the supply chain without any alteration to their properties. Updated: August 2016. Author Louise Handy is Chair of the RQA and has held a range of senior positions and Directorships in pharmaceutical & healthcare-related organisations, including CEO of a successful independent clinical trials unit. She has been auditing, teaching & consulting as an independent professional since 2004.
Good Distribution Practice (GDP) is the part of quality assurance which ensures that products are consistently stored, transported and handled under suitable condition as required by the marketing authorisation (MA) or product specification.
This course is recommended for you if you are involved with one of the following roles; brokers, pharmaceutical wholesalers & distributors, logistics, transport & delivery companies, clinical trials staff, pharmaceutical manufacturers, pharmaceutical suppliers, medical device manufacturers, warehousing, bio-pharma companies and any company who requires a Wholesale Authorisation Licence.