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LIVE Online Course

Discover strategies to develop a high quality continuous bioprocess to improve manufacturing efficiency

Course Overview

How easy is it to integrate continuous processing into manufacturing your biological drug, and what are the benefits and disadvantages?

Over the course of 5 sessions, you will build on your understanding of how to effectively develop a continuous process and navigate the regulatory framework associated with it. Using interactive exercises and case studies to consolidate your knowledge, you will evaluate whether adopting a continuous process is the right decision for your manufacturing department.

Live Online Academies

Gain real-time access to a subject matter expert delivering online training in a structured virtual classroom environment. Live online academies are virtual versions of some of our most popular face-to-face courses, delivered in bitesize sessions of 1.5-3 hours online.

Over 2 weeks students will learn through:

  • Live interactive bitesize sessions
  • Direct interaction with the trainer during live sessions
  • Participation in interactive features within sessions including polls, Q&A, break out rooms, tasks, case studies, and more
  • Revisiting recorded sessions with unlimited access for 30 days
  • Interaction with peers during live sessions and through the online forum

Timings and dates are subject to change - final confirmation will be provided with login details. Delegates will receive login instructions within a week of the course start date. If you have any questions please contact lifesciences-training@informa.com.

What will you learn?


The pros and cons
The pros and cons

Learn important definitions and advantages and disadvantages to continuous manufacturing, including increased efficiency and real-time analytics

How to adopt a continuous process
How to adopt a continuous process

Understand how to develop a continuous process, including upstream and downstream aspects

Regulatory requirements
Regulatory requirements

Familiarise yourself with the regulatory landscape and important ICH guidelines


The tools of the trade
The tools of the trade

Learn what equipment is needed for continuous manufacture and the importance of cleaning specifications in continuous processing

The differences from batch manufacturing
The differences from batch manufacturing

Understand the importance of quality assurance and process validation for continuous production, as well as consider key differences with batch manufacture

Who is this course for?

This course should be attended by anyone who works in biopharmaceutical manufacturing and is considering adopting a continuous process.

Relevant departments would include:

  • Management
  • Process validation
  • Processing Engineering
  • Quality Assurance
  • Regulatory Control
  • Manufacturing Management

Process Transfer

Scientist

AGC Biologics

The course covered the whole continuous process from early phase to commercial stage. This was very useful.

Delegates of our live online academies said...

94%
would attend another live online academy
97%
found the course beneficial to their day to day role
97%
would recommend the course to others

25% discount on Routledge books

As a student on the course you will receive a 25% discount on any Routledge books or eBooks. To view the full product range visit the Routledge website www.routledge.com.

Examples of books and eBooks within biopharmaceuticals include:

  • Bioprocess Engineering: Downstream Processing
  • Bioreactors: Animal Cell Culture Control for Bioprocess Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Modern Bioprocessing
  • Cell Culture Bioprocess Engineering, Second Edition
  • PAT Applied in Biopharmaceutical Process Development and Manufacturing
  • Process Validation in Manufacturing of Biopharmaceuticals
  • And more