The Certificate program in Quality Assurance and/or Compliance focuses on biologics, drugs, and their quality requirements. It teaches the differences between quality assurance and control and how they interact with manufacturing. The program emphasizes the importance of establishing a quality system during the early stages of drug development. It also discusses FDA regulations and how Quality Assurance monitors compliance with these rules. The program is designed for those who are pursuing a career in the pharmaceutical industry or are in their final year of a bachelor’s degree program.
A quality control inspector will be employed full-time, and will work in a variety of settings including factories, offices, and other facilities. Despite the fact that much of this job is automated, the field is projected to grow faster than the national average. Any business that provides a product will need quality inspectors. A quality control inspector can help ensure that these products meet standards and are manufactured to the highest standard.
Quality assurance and control systems provide guidance on principles, methods, and best practices for organizations to strive for excellence in everything they do. Quality management is a leadership practice that has a positive impact on the entire work environment. Effective leaders build a solid foundation that allows them to develop truly committed employees with high morale and improved performance, providing employees with opportunities for participation, problem solving, and teamwork, it creates a level of motivation within each employee.
This GLOMACS training course focuses upon the following themes:
Quality Management as a fundamental business strategy
Cultural Transformation for successful implementation of Quality Assurance and Control Best Practices
Various Excellence Models
The Impact of Team Dynamics on the Effectiveness of Organizational Improvement Projects
The Importance of Leadership involvement in the Quality Management Process
By the end of this Quality Assurance and Control training course, delegates will be able to:
Define the major benefits to the organization of Total Quality Management
Understand the impact of leadership to support quality management systems
Develop measuring and improvement processes for quality assurance and control
Describe how TQM can be introduced into their work place
Identify useful quality improvement techniques for continual improvement
Discuss the importance of quality standards, models and awards (ISO, TQM, Malcolm Baldrige, EFQM etc.)
Quality and consistency in products and services is a minimum expectation from customers and despite a clear need for quality control (QC), there’s a distinct lack of certified skills. This free Introduction to Quality Control course covers the different dimensions of ‘quality’, the seven quality control tools of effective quality management and the basic approach to statistical process control (SPC) for quality control of products and services.
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