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Annual GMP Masterclass

REGISTER Workshop Details Dates July 11, 2024 Time 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Cost CAD $395.00 + HST Location Online Deadline July 4, 2024 Workshop Overview This webinar delves into the history, rationale, purpose, and GMP requirements applicable to the manufacturing, packaging, labeling, testing, and control of pharmaceutical products. Participants will gain practical knowledge of the essential elements and quality systems necessary for GMP compliance in the pharmaceutical industry. Additionally, the webinar will explore the consequences of non-compliance, equipping attendees with the insights needed to maintain high standards and ensure product integrity. Join us to enhance your understanding of GMP.. READ MORE »

Reminder to Register: Fundamentals of GMPs Workshop

Pauline McGregor is a pharmaceutical consultant and owner of PMcG Consulting. She has over twenty five years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical industry and holds a Ph.D in chemistry. She is an expert in quality systems and procedures, GMP regulations and analytical chemistry. In this course, she will outline and explain the Fundamentals of GMPs in a clear and comprehensive way. This workshop will take place on January 29th, from 9AM – 5Pm. Time is running out to register; to learn more or enroll, click here.

Upcoming Workshop: HPLC for Food Analysis

AAPS is happy to announce a new two-day training course on January 23rd and January 30th focusing on . Taught by Jason Chu, this course will discuss factors that must be considered when selecting an appropriate HPLC analytical method for food analyte determination. AAPS is excited to provide this specialized course as HPLC methods have become the preferred technique for food analysis in the industry. Participants will be provided with hands-on HPLC training in our Quality Control laboratory.  

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 »

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