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7 module series over 4 weeks
A Practical Guide to Single Use Technologies
Discover the advantages and disadvantages of using single use technologies to manufacture biopharmaceuticals
Single use technologies are an increasingly popular method of biopharmaceutical manufacturing. They differ from traditional biopharmaceutical process systems in that they are disposed of after use rather than cleaned of CIP’d (clean-in-place). High costs, heavy reliance on vendors and storage limitations mean you must decide if single use technologies are worth the investment, whether you are a new or established manufacturer considering the transition from stainless steel facilities.
This course will provide you with the answers to these challenges over the course of 4 weeks. You will gain a comprehensive insight into the fundamentals of using single use technologies and conduct an in-depth analysis of their key benefits and limitations. This benefit – risk assessment will enable you to make an informed decision regarding the use of single use technologies in your organisation.
What will you learn?
Familiarise yourself with single use technologies, their different uses and Industry 4.0
Gain a comprehensive insight into the facility requirements needed to integrate single use technologies into your manufacturing process
Learn to navigate the regulatory requirements applicable to single use technologies
Critically analyse the benefits of single use technologies against stainless steel facilities and conduct a benefit – risk assessment to find out if single use technologies are right for your organisation.
Who is this course for?
You should attend this course if you are considering the use of single use technologies, this course will be especially relevant for:
- Development scientists
- Process engineers
- Manufacturing managers
- Manufacturing operators
- Quality assurance professionals
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BioProcess International Academy online courses are perfect for busy professionals as they require just 2 hours per week of your time, and include an interactive forum for you to ask direct questions about challenges you are facing to expert course leaders.