AAPS’ Regulatory Affairs program examines the skills, techniques, and concepts required for a career in regulatory affairs. Students will become familiar with regulatory systems, legislation, and practices which relate to development, quality and manufacture of pharmaceutical goods.
Students will gain knowledge on a wide range of regulations and standards including regulatory submissions, post-approval activities, regulatory compliance, the Canadian Food and Drugs Act and Global Regulatory Strategies.
The program focuses on topics delivered through 10 modules:
Introduction to Regulatory Affairs
Regulatory Submissions and Preclinical – Drugs
Chemistry, Manufacturing and Control
Post Approval Activities and Compliance
Natural Health Products
RA Medical Devices
Global Regulatory Strategies
Labelling and Product Summaries
Attend classes in the evening and get the applied training you need to advance your career for this in-demand field.
Upon completion, you will receive a Certificate on Professional Regulatory Affairs that is approved by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
Successful candidates will also receive certificates per completed module: