“Technology is dominated by two types of people: those who understand what they do not manage, and those who manage what they do not understand. “
Archibald Putt. Putt's Law and the Successful Technocrat: How to Win in the Information Age, Wiley-IEEE Press (2006), ISBN 0-471-71422-4. page 7.
What's more important: training measure or learning effect ?
Our opinion: training measure is only a means to an end. Decisive is what's remaining with the trainees and kept in mind.
Our business unit PharmLearning Concepts thus pursues the objective to further develop innovative concepts to impact the learning effect positively.
Currently our offering comprises:
As all our training offerings, unfortunately, also the WebGMP is currently available in german language only.
We are thus looking for interested international distributors prior to producing an english version and developing the concept further. If you are interested we are happy to enter into further discussions and your respective e-mail is kindly appreciated.
Technology - theoretical grounds of pharmaceutical technology for development and manufacture of solid dosage forms. Ideal for people having just moved into the topic and as a refresher.
KnowHow - innovative trainings providing knowledge and know-how at the interface between GMP and functionally related areas (e.g. using MindMapping methodologies, project management, development of tactics and strategies for "surviving" inspections and audits etc.)
Regulatory - presentation, explanation and interpretation of international regulatory framework for GMP, development etc.
Intensive Coaching - the intensive "digestion" of regulatory requirements and methods for implementation
All of these kinds of our training offering are regularly available in german language only. However, we sometimes provide in-house trainings on the respective topic also in english language. Based on this material we strive to further developing international versions and would appreciate any contact for international marketing and co-development.