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Hi all,

I'm looking to take some GMP and/or GCP training to broaden my horizons and to expand make me a better applicant for different jobs. Does anyone have a suggestion for online GMP training? I did some Googling, but some of the "certification" websites seem a little scammy.

Thanks!!!
The ICH guidelines and CFR 210 and 211 are all readily available online if you want to go to the source.

Slightly more practical information is available at FDA.Gov.

If you want to "get schooled", a little research into FDA vs. Barr Labs and the Judge Wolin decision will get you a long way towards seeing how and why things are/aren't done.
Thanks,
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If you're going to be at PittCon, you might look at this one:
http://proed.acs.org/course-catalog/cou ... gulations/
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You can also take some online courses at https://learnaboutgmp.com/
Through GMP training you may find opportunities in which to improve functional and operational processes resulting in improved productivity and cost savings. GMP training can pay dividends for your organization through compliance and business process improvements.
For more information regarding GMP Training, you can visit https://QualitySmartSolutions. They are a GMP training solutions provider for getting GMP Certification.
Hope this helps.
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