Both Online and OnCampus training is available
Cannabis process validation will cover qualification of seed, cultivation, and process performance qualification along with packaging, cleaning, and system validation overview. The training also helps you understand validation approaches and components to design validation protocols, create validation plans, and employee training for validation.
Learn all the updated information on the latest process-related validation changes in the Canadian industry for professionals and job seekers such as cultivation and validation technicians, validation assistants, and/or specialists.
Attendees may interact with the class and lead trainers for more clarifications or concerns.
Process Validation guideline – FDA and Health Canada
Process Validation requirements: Eu-GMP, GMP, cGMP
How to perform validation
Cannabis Process Validation/Cannabis Process Performance Qualification
Cannabis Packaging Validation
Cannabis Cleaning Validation
Cannabis Method Validation
Process Performance Qualification (PPQ) and Continued Process Verification (CPV)
Master Validation Plan
Validation Protocol components
Process validation Strategy
Critical / non-critical parameters
Sampling plan and testing plan
Case study and Q&A
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
– B.Sc., Post Graduate Pharma QA & QC, MBA / TECH
Rathi Param is the president/founder of NACPT Pharma College, International Medical Cannabis Association (IMCA), and Validation Tech Inc. Rathi earned her B.Sc. in Chemistry from University Ottawa, MBA in Technology from the University of Phoenix and Post Graduate Pharmaceutical QA & QC Certification from SRN Institute. She is an innovative and creative leader with more than twenty years of hands-on experience in many scientific industries (medical cannabis, medical devices, environmental, food, pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical), complemented with fifteen years of academic and corporate training experience. She possesses extensive expertise and knowledge of Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Formulation, Validation, Technology Transfer, Manufacturing Technology, Process Improvements, Auditing, and Inspection.