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What’s Happening in November

    Happy November! We can’t believe the year is almost coming to an end. This month, AAPS is busy hosting a number of workshops and training programs. From Dissolution School to the Food Handler Certificate course, November is filled with many exciting learning opportunities. Below we’ve highlighted a few workshops happening in upcoming weeks. If you’re interested in registering, contact us now! Batch Record Review and Investigation  Date: November 6, 2015 This one day course concentrates on the practical applications of GMP and SOPs from the batch record review process. Participants will be equipped with technical knowledge of compliance requirements and instructions for batch.. READ MORE »

Free Upcoming Workshop

Workshop: How To Find Jobs in the Food and Pharmaceutical Industry Date: Thursday, October 22nd 2015 Time: 6:00-7:30 pm Location: Mississauga Central Library CL3, 301 Burnhamthorpe Road West, Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3 This week on Thursday, October 22, 2015, AAPS will be hosting a free workshop at the Mississauga Central Library. Led by AAPS’ Dean of Scientific Affairs, Laleh Bighash, this two hour workshop will highlight successful job search strategies in Food, Pharmaceuticals and other related industries. Interested in learning more about these industries, the types of positions available and how to apply but don’t know where to start? AAPS.. READ MORE »

AAPS Presents: Dissolution School

AAPS has created a new one week training program designed to equip students with an understanding of the fundamentals of Dissolution Theory and Dissolution Testing. This program, called Dissolution School, launches on November 16 till November 20, 2015 and has been structured to provide students with real-world, tangible knowledge on a variety of dissolution testing principles and the essential elements of dissolution profiling. “In one short week, you can add this essential pharmaceutical technique to your resume,”  says program coordinator and instructor, Jason Chu. “This training program will teach participants how to use dissolution techniques necessary in many entry level positions.” Find out more.. READ MORE »

Celebrating Our Graduates

  This past weekend, AAPS celebrated the hard work and achievements of our most recent graduates. Friends, family and faculty gathered to acknowledge the success of AAPS students graduating from programs such as Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance and Quality Control, Food, Technology, Safety and Quality and Clinical Research. “Every day when I go home, I am inspired by every one of you,” Dean of Scientific Affairs, Laleh Bighash told the group. “You inspire me to be better and to look at life challenges as something I can tackle. I feel very honored and very privileged to meet and get to know all of you.” Congratulations Students!.. READ MORE »

AAPS Students Learn the Benefits of Social Media

Last week, Greg George of Monster.ca visited AAPS  to speak on the benefits of using social media while searching for the perfect job. AAPS students joined George as he presented strategies and resources that can assist them in finding better employment opportunities. While it is important to use online employment resources like Monster.ca and Indeed.ca, George revealed the inherent value of connecting with companies on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Keeping up-to-date and aware of a company’s web presence often grants prospective employees a better understanding of that company and provides organic access to prospective employment opportunities. AAPS students were.. READ MORE »

Laleh Bighash Named One of CAMP’s Best Speakers

Last Thursday, AAPS’ Dean of Scientific Affairs, Laleh Bighash presented her talk on successful search strategies for the Canadian job market at CAMP’s Power Networking Event. Delighted to share her experience and advice with attendees, AAPS has received many kind works regarding Laleh’s presentation. Laleh shared helpful information with participants and offered proactive ways to deal with the difficulties of starting a career in a foreign country. AAPS is proud to have Laleh on our team as she continues to inspire others to recognize the best in themselves. “[Laleh’s speech] was definitely one of the most elucidating with emphasis on.. READ MORE »

Welcome Back To An Exciting New Semester!

Welcome back to an exciting new semester! If you are one of the many new students joining us this term – welcome to AAPS. This semester promises to be productive, engaging and exciting as we provide the best training for the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, medical devices, cosmetics, food quality and food safety industries. This term will also bring to AAPS a variety of new workshops and events. This week, AAPS’ Dean of Scientific Affairs, Laleh Bighash, will be speaking at CAMP’s Power Networking Event on “Successful Job Search Strategies.” On September 9, Greg George of Monster.ca will be visiting AAPS to speak on the importance.. READ MORE »

Employee Appreciation

Here at AAPS, we understand the importance of ensuring our students receive the best education possible. Students join us to build a strong foundation that will enable them to pursue their professional dreams and goals. The training they receive at AAPS changes their lives for the better, allowing them to recognize their potential and expand on their achievements. None of this would be possible without the tremendous efforts made by our wonderful staff. It is their enthusiasm, encouragement and commitment to hard work that makes AAPS so special. We would like to thank them for the fantastic work they do everyday. Thank.. READ MORE »

Dean Bighash to Speak at Power Networking Event

Power Networking Event Date: August 27, 2015 Time: 6:15 pm to 8:00 pm Location: Committee Room 3, The North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M2N 6K8 We are thrilled to announce that AAPS’ Dean of Scientific Affairs, Laleh Bighash, has been asked to speak at CAMP’s Power Networking Event on Thursday, August 27, 2015. Her talk, titled “Successful Job Search Strategies for a Head Start in Canada,” offers attendees the opportunity to learn effective strategies that will help jump start their career in the Canadian work environment. Sharing what she has learned from her experience as a newcomer,.. READ MORE »

AAPS Presents: HPLC School

AAPS has created a new training program designed to equip students with a fundamental understanding of High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) techniques in only two weeks. This program, called HPLC School, launches on September 21, 2015 till October 2, 2015 and has been structured to provide students with real-world, tangible knowledge on a variety of HPLC related topics. Instructed by Jason Chu, participants will learn the nature of HPLC techniques encountered in everyday laboratory work. From operating modern HPLC equipment, to calibrating and preparing HPLC systems, this thorough training is practical for employment in a number of industries. “This program.. READ MORE »

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