Pharmaceutical Quality Control

This diploma program provides student knowledge and hands-on skills of a pharmaceutical laboratory, CMP, CLP, USP and variety of analytical instruments HPLC, UV-Vis, FT-IR, Dissolution, GC, TLC etc.

Program Length

26 weeks (520 hours) instructor-led full-time training

Practicum

Hands-on practice in college laboratory

Financial Aid

Free financial consultation available. Financial aid may be available to those who qualify.

Program Description

The diploma of pharmaceutical quality control program will provide student working knowledge of analytical instrumental techniques (HPLC, UV-Vis, FT-IR, GC and dissolution), computerized integrators and troubleshooting techniques, and how to use the US pharmacopeia and British Pharmacopoeia in detail. Also teaching students current Good Manufacturing Practices(cGMP), FDA and International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) guidelines, applicable standard operating procedures, analytical monographs, basic organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, Student will practice a variety of tests in the laboratory.

After finishing this course students will perform complex chemical and physical analysis on a wide range of pharmaceutical products in accordance with standards and established procedures.

Admission Requirements

Applicant must have a Grade 12 level or a university degree or a Science college diploma and demonstrated competency in English.

Laboratory Practice

Our state of Arts laboratory allows students to practice with different instrument such as HPLC, UV, IR, Dissolution and wet chemistry.

Career Opportunities

The pharmaceuticals Quality Control program focuses on equipment and instrument analysis skills and experience training in the chemical industry, food industry, cosmetic industry and pharmaceutical industry. The students will apply for position after finishing this program in the fellow industry:

  • Pharmaceutical companies(industries)
  • Cosmetic industries
  • Food product industries
  • Chemical products manufacture
  • Federal and provincial governments
  • Medical and research laboratories
  • Environmental Laboratory
  • Natural health product companies
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  • Perform testing on finished and semi-finished goods including tablets, capsules, liquid, raw materials, etc.
  • Familiar with lab instruments such as HPLC, UV-Vis, FT-IR, Dissolution, GC, TLC and wed chemistry
  • Compile records and interpret experimental or analytical results
  • Responsible for accurately maintaining lab instruments, equipment, notebooks and records to GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) standards
  • Review routine/non-routine supporting test data and results, including sample preparation records, chromatograms/graphs, logbooks, calculations, and datasheets. Enter results in SAP/LIMS, as needed
  • Lead and/or provide guidance on Phase 1 OOS laboratory investigations

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