CERTIFICATE TRAINING

Good Production Practices (GPP) And GXP For Cannabis (CANC02) (CANRW01)


Live Session

Time: 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Duration: 1 Day

Level of Training: Beginner|Intermediate|Expert

Mode of Delivery: Live, interactive and instructor-led Webinar

Date :

   Dec 04, 2020 (Session 1)
   Jan 29, 2021 (Session 2)

Fee: $990

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Recorded Webinar

Duration: 8 Hours
Fee: $650

 

Webinar Overview

 

● Cannabis Good Production Practices (GPP) comes under cannabis Quality Assurance (QA), which ensures that cannabis is consistently produced and controlled at all stages of production, packaging, labeling, and storage to meet the quality standards appropriate to their intended use.

● Learning about the GPP requirements is critical in producing quality cannabis products as per Health Canada regulatory requirements.

● The webinar modules cover cannabis-related GPP, Good Agricultural Collection Practices (GACP), Good Documentation Practices (GDP), Good Production Practices (GPP), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Validation Practices (GVP) for cannabis production, cultivation, oil extraction, and product development process.

● The training may include practice tests, subtitles, and quizzes for a better learning experience.


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Register for 3 webinars at NACPT and get any available 1-day certificate training for free.

Good Production Practices (GPP) and GxP for Cannabis

Module 1
● GPP – Cannabis Regulation Act, Part 5
● Quality Assurance Systems for Cannabis

Module 2

Overview of GxP for Cannabis:

● Good Production Practices (GPP)
● Cannabis Eu-GMP
● Good Agriculture and Collection Practices (GACP)
● Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)
● Preventive Control Plans (PCP)
● Hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP)
● Good Validation Practices (GVP)
● Good Clinical Practices (GCP)
● Good Laboratory Practices (GLP)
● Good Documentation Practices (GDP)
● Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR)

Module 3

●Quality Management Systems

QMS Programs and Policies:
● Control Procedures
● Sanitation Program
● Pest Management Program
● Calibration Program
● Validation Program
● Training Program
● Audit and Inspection Programs
● Other QMS programs

Module 4
● Good Production Practices (GPP) for Cannabis (GDocP)
GPP regulatory requirements and applications for:
● Sales/exports
● SOP
● Building
● Equipment
● Filtration system
● Sanitation Program
● Cannabis Testing
● Quality Assurance Person (QAP)

Module 5
● EU-GMP – GPP Gap Analysis
● Case studies

    After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
● Understand the GPP, Part 5 – Cannabis Regulations Act
● Apply GPP in various areas and processes of cannabis industry
● Able to perform gap analysis between GPP and EU-GMP

● Cultivation Technicians
● Validation Assistants
● Validation Specialists
● Responsible Persons
● Validation Scientists
● Validation Engineers
● Extraction Technologists
● Quality Assurance Person
● Master Growers
● Assistant Master Growers
● And more job opportunities

Cannabis Production and Distribution
● Greenhouse Manager
● Master Grower
● Head of Security
● Responsible Person (RP)

Regulatory Compliance
● Licence Producer/Consultant
● Quality Assurance Person (QAP)

Companies/Organizations
● Public Health Professionals
● Human Resources

Quality Control and Quality Assurance
● Quality Control (QC) Manager
● Qualified Person in Charge (QPIC)
● Alternative Quality Person in Charge (AQPIC)
● Technical Writer

Research and Development (R&D), Analytical Development (AD)
● Technician
● Technologist
● Analyst
● Scientist

Dean Rathi Param – NACPT Pharma College Validation Scientist at Validation Tech Inc., and QAP for Green Amber Canada, Head of R&D – International Medical Cannabis Association (IMCA)

 

Rathi Param is the president/founder of the 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 biopharmaceutical), complemented with fifteen years of academic and corporate training experience. She holds extensive expertise and knowledge in Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Formulation, Validation, Technology Transfer, Manufacturing Technology, Process Improvements, Auditing, and Inspection.

 

Today, Rathi is the Dean of NACPT Pharma College, Head of Health Canada approved Research and Development cannabis facility of IMCA, and Head of Cannabis Laboratory at Validation Tech Inc. Rathi is recognized for developing the first-ever ministry approved Cannabis Diploma programs in Canada. She also acts as the Quality Assurance Person (QAP) consultant for Green Amber Canada (Cannabis Producer) and holds consultant positions for many new and existing cannabis companies in Canada. Moreover, Rathi has assisted medical cannabis companies to become a Licensed Producer of Cannabis for Medical Purposes through Health Canada.

 

In the past 15+ years, Rathi has held strategic management roles in major Canadian pharmaceutical companies. Validation Scientist at Patheon Inc., Validation Services Manager at Sanofi Pasteur Limited, Toronto., Validation Specialist at Ciba Vision, Mississauga., Validation Quality Engineer (Consultant) at iPOC, Toronto, QA Director at CMAX Technologies, Validation Director at Validation Tech Inc., and Quality Assurance Person in charge at Green Amber Canada, Vancouver to name a few. Rathi’s interest in helping students, employers, and professionals across the world to commence their careers in the cannabis, pharmaceutical, and related industries was the motivation behind the launch of NACPT Pharma College, International Medical Cannabis Association (IMCA), and Validation Tech; to provide hands-on training and create a platform to direct the pathway to successful recruitment by the pharmaceutical, cannabis and related companies.

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Abby Jules This training was very informative, and I am more convinced that NACPT has the qualifications... [su_lightbox type="inline" src="#my-custom-popup-20" color="#0088FF"]Read More[/su_lightbox] [su_lightbox_content id="my-custom-popup-20"] Abby Jules   This training was very informative, and I am more convinced that NACPT has the qualifications, tools and the interest necessary to help me achieve all of my career goals in the cannabis pharmaceutical industry. I can’t wait to get into the workplace with all my new knowledge. [/su_lightbox_content]
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