18-26 May 2020
LIVE Online Academy,
5 sessions delivered across 2 weeks
Tech Transfer for Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing
Learn the various types of tech transfer that can occur in biopharmaceutical manufacturing and how to effectively plan for them
Live Online Academies
In light of the uncertain times we’re facing at the moment, gain real-time access to a subject matter expert delivering online training in a structured virtual classroom environment.
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Fail to prepare, prepare to fail.
The importance of performing an efficient and thorough Tech Transfer cannot be understated in the world of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing. Failure to transfer your process correctly will cost you time and money, as well as increase the time to market for your drug. During this interactive course you will use group exercises to cement knowledge gained of planning a Tech Transfer, you are also encouraged to bring specific challenges you’ve experienced to the course to receive expert advice on them.
What will you learn?
Learn how to define a successful Tech Transfer operation
Learn what is formally required by the regulators for a Tech Transfer to take place
Tools of the trade
Learn what tools are available to facilitate a Tech Transfer, including process maps, SOPs and the RACI matrix
Risks to Tech Transfer
Learn what risks are associated with the Tech Transfer process, and how to effectively manage them
Types of Tech Transfer
Understand the different types of Tech Transfer that can take place for a biopharmaceutical, such as R&D to manufacturing, and how you transfer analytical methods to ensure product realisation
Who is this course for?
A Tech Transfer is led via a collaboration between project managers and process development at both sending and receiving site. This course is especially relevant for those departments but will also be beneficial for professionals working in biomanufacturing, quality departments and managers.