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GMP Training Powerpoints
In this list you'll find our favorite GMP training powerpoints from around the web rated from 1 to 5 stars. For a more engaging and convenient training solution, check out our food manufacturing safety training videos.

1

cGMP in the USA Training by CDER FDA

FREE
Made in2013
Date Created:
2013
Number of Slides:
55
Created By:
CDER FDA

Rating

cGMP in the USA
Training by CDER FDA

Pro's

  • This International Atomic Energy Pharmaceutical GMP (FDA GMP Training Program) presentation provides a great deal of cGMP, in the United States, over the course of 55 slides.
  • The module makes some use of the instructor notes at the bottom for additional clarification (i.e. – Slides #41 - #44).
  • The training revolves around the FD&C Act 501 (a)(2)(b) and the Code of Federal Regulations mandates (21 CFR 211).
  • This module presents an extensive overview of cGMP requirements (Slides #22 - #37).
  • Issues that can become problematic are given, along with potential solutions.
  • Examples of “Wrongful Acts” are also provided.
  • Methods of restoring the FDA’s confidence, after having presented faulty data, are discussed.
  • Items that have been covered are listed at the presentation’s end. This can be of great assistance when it comes to retaining the training information.

Con's

  • The training presentation format is very simplistic and doesn’t make use of pictures or other devices that would keep the training from becoming tedious. This can be an issue when it comes to retaining the material.
  • The reference, at the end of the module, would probably need to be changed.
2

Good Manufacturing Practices Training by International Food Safety Consultancy

FREE
Made in2002
Date Created:
2002
Number of Slides:
123
Created By:
International Food Safety Consultancy

Rating

GMP Training by International
Food Safety Consultancy

Pro's

  • This presentation is the second part of a program that comes from the International Food Safety Consultancy and deals specifically with Food Safety and Manufacturing GMP.
  • The format is easy to read and is cognizant of not placing too much material on any one slide.
  • The material references the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
  • The training begins with FDA mandated Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures.
  • The hygienic production and distribution of food is covered, which includes; handling, storage, facility design, facility cleanliness,
    personnel hygiene and transportation.
  • The different training sections are divided for easier retention and training schedule(s) (i.e. – Slides #17 and #26).
  • There is also a section on the proper training of personnel.

Con's

  • While the format is easy to read, there are no pictures/photos to break up the monotony.
  • No interactive questioning is included.
  • Also missing are references and a summary.
3

GMP & Quality Assurance Training by Fakultas Farmasi Universitas Andalas

FREE
Made in2009
Date Created:
2009
Number of Slides:
61
Created By:
Fakultas Farmasi Universitas Andalas

Rating

GMP & Quality Assurance Training by Fakultas Farmasi Universitas Andalas

Pro's

  • The format of this Fakultas Farmasi Pharmaceutical GMP
    presentation is interesting and employs high-quality photos to help
    with the attention level of the module viewers.
  • There is a good introduction at the beginning of this module that
    sets the stage for the subsequent training.
  • The inter-relationship between GMP, Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) is explored.
  • The principles of Quality Management, Quality Control and Quality Assurance are outlined.
  • The training is divided into four distinct parts that consist of; an Introduction, Quality Management, Personnel and Premises. This
    allows for the training to be divided over more than one class with a
    consistent theme for each class.
  • Three key personnel members are defined. These are; the
    Production Head, The Head of QC and the Head of QM (QA).

Con's

  • There are no photos or illustrations prior to line #20.
  • Some of the slides are filled with too much information (i.e. – Slides
    #35 and #40).
  • References for further material and/or questions are not given.
    There is also a lack of a concluding summary.
4

GMP Compliance: GMPs Explained Training by Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, LLP

FREE
Made in2003
Date Created:
2003
Number of Slides:
25
Created By:
Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, LLP

Rating

GMP Compliance Training by Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, LLP

Pro's

  • The Health Care Conference Administrators Pharmaceutical cGMP training is presented in a format that won’t be difficult to read, due
    to the colors that are used.
  • The information is based on the Code of Federal Regulations
    mandates (21 CFR 211).
  • Employee training requirements are listed in detail, over 3 slides.
  • GMP regulations are outlined at the beginning of the presentation
    along with a listing of violations that carry severe consequences.
  • Current trends that address GMP approaches are also listed.
  • The elements of GMP are listed and explained, starting with the
    basics (Slide #5).
  • Investigating deviations from the regulations, along with corrective actions, is discussed.

Con's

  • The only picture, or illustration, provided consists of one photo
    (Slide #15). However, the lack of pictures and illustrations is pretty
    standard for GMP presentations.
  • There are slides that are far too “wordy” (i.e. – Slide #19) and need
    to either be spread out over additional slides or provided as
    handouts.
  • The presentation requires a summary that reviews the training
    which was just given.
5

Implementation of GMP’s for Cosmetics Training by 3V, Inc. & KPOPP Consulting, LLC

FREE
Made in2012
Date Created:
2012
Number of Slides:
31
Created By:
3V, Inc. & KPOPP Consulting, LLC

Rating

GMP’s for Cosmetics Training by 3V, Inc. & KPOPP Consulting, LLC

Pro's

  • This training module (originally presented to the New England
    Chapter Society of Cosmetic Chemists) focuses on GMP as it
    pertains to the Cosmetic Industry.
  • The Cosmetic Industry GMP training presentation begins with a list
    of goals that the program will achieve.
  • A definition and reasons for the existence of GMPs are given.
  • The applicable section of the FD&C regulation is provided.
  • A comparison of GMP regulations governing the U.S., Europe and ASEAN is given in the form of a chart. There is also a comparison of GMPs from the US FDA, WHO and EU.
  • The definition of cGMP (as opposed to GMP) is given.
  • The training stresses that GMPs apply to cosmetics as well as
    drugs. Along with this the FDA definitions of over-the-counter (OTC) drugs vs. cosmetics are also provided.
  • Restricted cosmetic ingredients are listed on Slide #28.
  • Various additional FDA positions on cosmetic GMP (including definitions) are included.
  • A summary that stresses the “self-regulatory” aspects of the
    cosmetic industry is given at the end of the module.

Con's

  • The presentation format appears as if it wasn’t professionally
    designed and is basically just text on white pages with a few
    illustrations added.
  • The chart used to compare GMP regulations, in different parts of
    the world (Slide #10), cannot be effectively read with that small-
    sized font. There are also other slides that contain too much info for
    a single slide.
6

Introduction to GMP Training by Queens University

FREE
Made in2008
Date Created:
2008
Number of Slides:
27
Created By:
Queens University

Rating

Introduction to GMP Training
by Queens University

Pro's

  • This Queens University (Chemical Engineering) “Good
    Manufacturing Practices” (GMP) presentation is a straightforward training module that covers the basic points of Pharmaceutical GMP.
  • The objectives, associated government authorities and history are
    listed at the beginning.
  • 15 GMP categories are listed and individually described.

Con's

  • This is a very basic PowerPoint design without a stylistic approach
    that would make the presentation more interesting.
  • There are a few small photos located in the presentation, but they
    don’t relate to any specific point – they just provide an overall view
    of a “clean room” work environment.
  • There are no “preview slides” located on the side. This means that
    the instructor won’t have “head’s up” as to what the next slide is or
    have the ability to choose a slide out of sequence.
  • Because of the simplicity of the slides, a knowledgeable GMP
    trainer would be required as the instructor (i.e. – Slide #7).
7

GMP and cGMP Considerations Training by KLE University

FREE
Made in2008
Date Created:
2008
Number of Slides:
42
Created By:
KLE University

Rating

GMP and cGMP Considerations
Training by KLE University

Pro's

  • The basic principles of Pharmaceutical GMP are covered in this
    training module in a way that’s easy to comprehend, even at a
    beginner’s level.
  • The definitions and importance of GMP and cGMP are given at the
    start of the training.
  • 10 principles of GMP are given, which include fundamental manufacturing practices that are to be followed on a consistent
    basis.
  • A list of ‘important documents’ is provided for GMP.

Con's

  • This Ning Application Programming Interface GMP slideshow is
    poorly designed with a use of color fonts and backgrounds that
    would make the presentation hard on the eyes (i.e. – Slides #14
    and #19).
  • Photographs and illustrations are completely absent from this GMP training module.
  • The chart on Slide #5 makes no sense unless there is an instructor there who knows how to explain it. This situation is the same with
    many of the other slides.
  • Some of the slides combine too much text with font colors that are
    hard to read (i.e. – Slide #10).
  • The ‘answers’ should have been separated from the ‘questions’ on Slides #16 - #18.
  • The “Summary” consists of a single slide that says “Thank You”.

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