46 weeks (920 hours) instructor-led full-time training
Hands-on practice in college laboratory
Free financial consultation available. Financial aid may be available to those who qualify.
This program train student the comprehensive knowledge and skills in the fields of pharmaceutical analysis, quality assurances, and regulatory affairs.
Students learn how to work in a pharmaceutical laboratory, familiar with GMP, GLP and SOPs, USP and analytical monographs Learn the wet chemistry and variety of analytical instruments HPLC, UV-Vis, FT-IR, Dissolution, GC, TLC and microbiology, the instrument’s theoretical, software application, calculation, computerized integrators and troubleshooting techniques. after completing the quality control part, the student will have the ability to the analysis of pharmaceutical raw materials, in-process and finish products and conduct pharmaceutical research duty.
Quality assurance will bring to the students a wide range of knowledge of quality assurance guidance GMP, GLP, and ICH in all areas that impact drug quality. Students will gain knowledge about the quality system and proper documentation practices (GDPs), SOPs and principles of product complaints, product recall, returned goods, change control and CAPA. They will learn how to manage validation protocol, batch documents, and investigation reports and be familiar with facility audits. At the end of the course, students will manage GMP and quality-related issues as well as various regulatory requirements.
The course will introduce to the student’s essential knowledge of regulatory affairs across a broad range of healthcare products including medical devices, pharmaceutical, biologics and combination products.
Our state of Arts laboratory allows students to practice with a different instruments such as HPLC, UV, IR, Dissolution, FT-IR , TLC and wet chemistry.
This program focuses on equipment and instrument analysis skills, knowledge and application of quality assurance in a laboratory environment and gaining experience for chemical, food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry. After students finish this program, they will apply for the position in any of these industries:
- Pharmaceutical companies(industry)
- Cosmetic industry
- Food products industry
- Chemical products industry
- Federal and provincial governments
- Medical and research laboratories
- Environmental laboratories
- Natural health product companies
- Quality control Analysis
- Document Reviewer
- Pharmaceutical chemistry
- Pharmaceutical Analysis
- Chemist Analytical Development
- Technical Writing
- Quality control technician – chemistry
- QC Lab Analyst I, II, III
- Microbiology Analyst
- Lab Technician, Pharmaceutical
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