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Professional Regulatory Affairs

Live Session

  • Certificate Awarded: Professional Regulatory Affairs – Certificate
  • Level of Training: Beginner | Intermediate
  • Mode of Delivery: Recorded Webinar
  • Fee: $960

Program Overview

  • Regulatory approval and communication processes involving cannabis, pharmaceutical and biotechnology drugs as well as NHPs and medical devices are key factors in the cannabis industry. Hence, candidates with in-depth Professional Regulatory Pharma Affairs knowledge are in high demand.
  • This regulatory affairs training webinar on Professional Regulatory Affairs focuses on health care legislation, international health care system, process, procedures, and practices for regulating the product development, manufacturing processes, quality assurance and marketing of various health care products.
  • Aspirants who want to become Regulatory Affairs pharma Associate, QA Associates, Quality Assurance Person (QAP), Regulatory Professionals should attend this webinar on regulatory affairs training.

Program Offers

  • Register for 3 webinars at NACPT and get any available 1 – day certificate training for free.
  • Please note that the certificate of completion will be issued at the end of training.

Additional Program Info

  • Program Module
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Job Opportunities
  • Who Should Attend

Program Module

Module 1
International, Health Canada, and FDA’s laws, regulations, and Guidelines
Investigational and marketing applications
Module 2
Technical writing, negotiation skills
Development of New Drug Application (NDA) submissions
Labeling and drug Information
Module 3
Electronic Common Technical Documents (eCTD)
Notice of Compliance (NOC)
Module 4
Good Clinical Practices (GCPs)
Requirements for ongoing post-marketing surveillance
Post-marketing changes, communication and management skills
Case study
Module 5
Good Clinical Practices (GCPs)
Requirements for ongoing post-marketing surveillance
Post-marketing changes, communication and management skills
Case study
Module 6
Regulatory Affairs for the cannabis industry
Cannabis regulations act
Post-marketing changes, communication and management skills

Learning Outcomes

After successful completion of this course, students will be :

  • Able to understand the current regulatory affairs framework
  • Able to prepare for NDA
  • Able to submit NDA
  • Able to perform other regulatory affairs activities

Job Opportunities

  • Regulatory Affairs Associates
  • Regulatory Affairs Coordinators
  • Auditors and Inspectors

Who Should Attend

Anyone who wants to become the following should attend this webinar on regulatory affairs training

  • Regulatory Affairs Associate
  • QA Associates
  • Quality Assurance Person (QAP)
  • Regulatory Professionals


  • “I am from the food industry. After this training, I have in-depth knowledge and the information needed for [a career in the] Cannabis Industry. I feel like I have been fulfilled with knowledge and understanding of the regulations, responsibilities I can bring to my work to deal with challenges. All is well.”

    Alpesh Patel
    Quality Assurance Specialist
  • “I am absolutely honored to have been under your study. You have shown me what a graceful, knowledgeable, highly educated woman in a leadership role acts like. I cannot wait to continue my education with your business. Your integrity and the fact that you risked your reputation and career to help improve and set standards for the cannabis industry is astounding. Thank you”

    Olivia Brown CNHP, RRPR
    CEO - Professional Cannabis Consulting Inc.
  • “I worked in the pharmaceutical industry and I was looking for a career change in the cannabis industry. Excellent QA training and I appreciate the insightfulness of the requirements. Thank you, instructors, for sharing your “life experience” in the pharma/GMP/cannabis field. I truly admire your professionalism. Right after the completion of the QA training, I landed in a QA lead role in a leading cannabis company”

    Chandresh Vyas
    Quality Assurance Manager
  • I got outstanding attention from NACPT. They are outstanding in helping students search for jobs, prepare a resume and interviews, personality development, etc. Teaching staff and administrative staff are friendly and very flexible, Year 2017.

    Mohammed Siddiqui
    Production Associate
  • “Helped reinforce concepts and helped me to visualize. It gave me a better idea of what to expect in the Cannabis Industry.”

    Owen Mitchell from
    Quality Assurance Associate
  • Perfect place for study under the supervision of the director, her dedication in helping students with great knowledge and with excellent industrial networks are reaping success stories of NACPT students.. Wish this institute would help as many students as possible with their experienced staff, who are current professionals from Pharma industries. The director and her associates are fantastic and really helps students in difficult times.. Feeling happy for being a student here, Year 2016.

    Siva Babu Jonnalagadda
    Volunteer - Milner Health Care
  • It was good! Year 2020.

    Daniel Pobojewski
    Cannabis Master Grower Practices
  • Excellent Lectures. Excellent learning Programs, Year 2020.

    Joji Joseph
    Consultant Clinical Oncologist at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Cannabis Quality Assurance webinar
  • Great workshop. Valuable Information. Year 2020.

    Fabiana Lapa
    Senior Account Manager at Isolocity, Cannabis Quality Assurance webinar
  • It was very useful and many information was covered during this training. Year 2020.

    Alireza Asghari
    Quality Assurance Manager at ROSE LifeScience Inc. Cannabis Quality Assurance webinar
  • Lecture was good, including the nutritive value of food, nutrition facts table and how it impacts on the treatment of diseases especially cannabis edibles for medical purposes. HACCP analysis was very good with details, overall. Year 2019.

    Rachel Lyza
    Nutrition Manager, Canadian Society of Nutrition Management Preventive Control Plans for Cannabis
  • The case studies and examples shared along with the dean’s much disciplined expertise really elevated our understanding of the quality control we need to be concerned about at every stage of the cannabis supply chain order to meet the highest international standards in a post-legalization world. A cross sectoral understanding of pharmaceutical and food service industries really enhanced the foundation of this course. Year 2019.

    Arundati Dandapani
    Preventive Control Plans for Cannabis
  • Useful to hear from experienced professionals and to validate the information currently understood. Year 2019.

    Dario Jeginovic
    Senior Consultant at CannDelta Inc. Preventive Control Plans for Cannabis
  • Very good starting point for PCP. Year 2019.

    Nav Sidhu
    Manager - Quality Assurance & Regulatory Affairs at Motif Labs Preventive Control Plans for Cannabis
  • This course was very useful in reassuring that all my studies have been correct along the line of following all aspects of GXP. Year 2020.

    Katsirakeron McCombe
    Cannabis Master Grower Practices Production Team Member at SUBLIME CULTURE
  • Thankyou for including the students in this session. It was extremely useful and insightful. It was a great overall summary of the details that I have learnt by attending the NACPT Industrial Cannabis Production Technology course which I am enjoying alot. I am planning to combine my training as a lawyer with the skills I am learning on the course to embark on a new exciting career. Thank You NACPT. Year 2020.

    Kevin Deren Naidoo
    Cannabis Master Grower Practices South African Regulatory Lawyer
  • Thank you for the internship!

    Black Rose Organics

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Instructor Profile

Muaz Ahmed

Muaz Ahmed

B.Sc., Toxicology, Post-Graduate in Clinical Research

Muaz Ahmed has over 7 years of clinical research experience and currently working in Scimega Research Inc as a Clinical Research Associate. He was the Team Lead and Clinical Research Coordinator at the Department of Surgical Oncology (Genitourinary) Clinical Trials and Genitourinary BioBanking Team, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network from 2012 to 2015. Mr. Ahmed also worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator from 2009 to 2013 in the Primary Care Lung Clinic. A B.Sc. graduate in Toxicology from the University of Toronto Mr. Ahmed completed Post Graduation in Clinical Research from Humber College, Toronto before starting his career in clinical research. His extensive knowledge and experience dealing with clinical trial regulation, standards, protocol development and monitoring make him a unique professional in the field of Clinical Research.

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