Mechanical, Maintenance, Facility, Production, Manufacturing or Industrial Engineering Background?
Retrain ONLINE for Engineering Roles in the Pharma Industry in 18-Weeks

Take our “Conversion Course into Engineering Roles in Pharma” to serioulsy boost your application for mechanical, plant, maintenance or facility engineering roles within the pharmaceutical & medical device industry.
  • Learn the air, water and steam systems that underpin aseptic/sterile processing

  • Learn how safe medicines are made using GMPs

  • Application Deadline: Wednesday 17th March
  • Study Online 14 hrs/week
  • 2 Modules over 18 Weeks
  • Weekly progress checks
  • Join 1290 Learners
Conversion Course into Engineering Roles in Pharma

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Mechanical, Maintenance, Facility, Production, Manufacturing or Industrial Engineering Background?
Retrain ONLINE for Engineering Roles in the Pharma Industry in 18-Weeks

Take our “Conversion Course into Engineering Roles in Pharma” to serioulsy boost your application for mechanical, plant, maintenance or facility engineering roles within the pharmaceutical & medical device industry.
The Fundamentals of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technologies Course GetReskilled

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  • Learn the air, water and steam systems that underpin aseptic/sterile processing

  • Learn how safe medicines are made using GMPs

  • Application Deadline: Wednesday 17th March
  • Study Online 14 hrs/week
  • 2 Modules over 18 Weeks
  • Weekly progress checks
  • Join 1290 Learners

Our learners work for the world’s biggest pharma and medical device companies

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This Course is Right For You If;

  • You want to get from your current industry to working in a mechanical, plant, maintenance or facility engineering role in the Pharma and Med Device industry as fast as possible.
  • You already have an engineering degree and don’t want another university qualification at the same or lower level.

  • You want end-of-week progress checks and follow up by us to MAKE SURE you finish the course.

  • It’s delivered Part-Time online so you can learn from home (or anywhere). Study after the kids have gone to bed.

What Kind of Engineering Roles Could I Retrain Into?

Apart from the general “Maintenance Engineer” or “Plant Engineer” job titles, here are some typical job titles we often see advertised and that you could apply for (and depending on your previous experience);

  • Maintenance Systems Lead – ownership of all preventative and corrective works on plant utilities and equipment.
  • Maintenance Planner – the focus is on developing the company asset maintenance program and strategy.
  • Lead Utilities Engineer – manage capital projects from inception to delivery and ensure plant availability is maximised.
  • Clean Utilities Engineer – ownership of clean utilities systems including purified water, water for injection, clean steam, high quality compressed air, and nitrogen distribution.
  • Facilities Engineer – ensure all preventative and corrective works on plant utilities and equipment are planned and executed.
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Quality/Environmental Engineering
  • Manufacturing/Production Engineering (Medical Device Manufacturing or Combination Product Manufacturing)
  • Validation Engineering (with our add on validation program)

I already have an engineering degree. So why take this course?

Your skills are a great foundation for engineering roles in the pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing industry and the engineering consultancies who work within this sector. But you need more..

You need to understand the industry regulations, the different regulatory standards (US, European, World Health Organization, etc), work practices, approaches to risk management, data integrity approaches, and industry protocols that are critical in the manufacture of safe medicines.

You also need to understand how the air, water and steam systems that underpin and support aseptic/sterile processing and cleanroom manufacturing work.

Minimum Entry Requirements

You must be one of the following;

  • Mechanical Engineer/Technician
  • Maintenance Engineer/Technician
  • Facilities Engineer/Technician
  • Plant Engineer/Technician
  • Production Engineer
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Structural Engineer
  • Graduate Engineer of any of the above
What is a quality engineer and what do they do?

Our learners work for the world’s biggest pharma and medical device companies

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What you’ll learn:

There are 2 modules in this 18-week program

Module 1 – Manufacturing Safe Medicines (Weeks 1-5)

In this module, you’ll learn about the systems used in pharmaceutical manufacturing. You’ll learn about the rules and regulations such as Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) that you need to follow. And you’ll learn enough technical information to get you talking to employers.

Module 2 – Pharmaceutical Facility Design (Weeks 6 -18)

How do you make sure that the cleanrooms used in the manufacture of sterile medicines are absolutely safe? How do you make sure the water, steam and air used are pure? In this practical course, you will learn all this and more.

Hear From People Who’ve Taken This Course
Pharmaceutical Degree

John Ryan

“The course content material is concise and interesting”

“The professionalism and passion of the lecturers comes across in the tutorials which gives the student confidence and encouragement to keep on top of the course. The course content material is concise and interesting. The timing of the release of the lessons is perfect, the student moves at a comfortable pace, one step at a time.”

Pharmaceutical Degree

Ronan Balfe

“I would have no hesitation in recommending these courses”

“Studying online gives you the time to do the course in your own time yet with assignment deadlines this made you disciplined to meet the deadlines set. I would have no hesitation in recommending these courses to anyone wishing to gain an education in the pharmaceutical sector.”

Pharmaceutical Degree

Edel Harkins

“Highly recommended to anyone who has been out of the industry for a period of time”

“I would highly recommend anyone in my situation who has been out of the industry for a period of time to do these courses. They have contributed to my new found confidence in my existing and new qualifications, my improved interview skills and my new job!”

Computer System Validation

Noel O’Brien

“The quality of the course content was excellent and very substantial and covered all aspects associated within the Pharmaceutical, Bio-Pharmaceutical and Medical Device industries. Information that I feel could and would be very much a requirement for the type of work I would be seeking, within such companies.”

Computer System Validation

Ewa K.

“This course would give you chance to continue to seek an employment and at the same time you can study to improve your chances at the job market.”

Computer System Validation

James Fogarty

“This was fantastic opportunity for me to gain qualification in my own time. This would otherwise have been impossible due to cost and time due to child minding.”

Computer System Validation

Trish Kineen

“It has been a great course to re-familiarise myself with the area after such a long time away. I is also brilliant that you can study in your own time & at home (so you don’t have travel & child minding costs). I found the pace of the course good and really enjoyed it.”

Pharmaceutical Degree

Darren Deehan

“I have really enjoyed the course. The course content was very detailed and way surpassed my expectation. While the course was challenging, the online support and access was exceptional. I am really looking forward to progressing to the follow-on/specialization course, “BioValidation” when it becomes available.”

Pharmaceutical Degree

David Masterson

“The courses are detailed, easily accessible, great to add to your CV or to compliment other qualifications.”

Pharmaceutical Degree

Johan Rousseau

“Already told friends, and they are on the course. It is a good course to familiarize you with the Pharma Manufacturing Industry.”

Pharmaceutical Degree