Pharma Manufacturing Essentials Course – For University Graduates and School Leavers

Take this 10-week ONLINE course and start your career in the pharmaceutical industry

Are you graduating university shortly and worried about finding a good job? Or are you a school leaver trapped in a dead-end job? Then take our Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Essentials course.

Why Pharma?

  • Starter salaries from €27,000 – €45,000 per year) depending on your background

  • 65,000 are people directly employed with 5,000 new jobs on the way

  • Excellent prospects for rapid promotion and a high salary

  • Starting salaries £16,000 – £30,000 depending on your background

  • Strong industry with excellent prospects for a promotion and a high salary

  • More jobs available now than ever before

  • You DON’T need a science or chemistry qualification to get started

  • Application Deadline: Wednesday 1st December
  • Study Online 10hrs/week
  • Weekly progress checks – To help you finish the course
  • Join 1120 Learners
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Apply NOW To Start Your Career in the Pharmaceutical Industry

End-of-week progress checks and follow-up by us to MAKE SURE you or your team finish the course.

Pharma Manufacturing Essentials Course – For University Graduates and School Leavers

Take this 10-week ONLINE course and start your career in the pharmaceutical industry

Are you graduating university shortly and worried about finding a good job? Or are you a school leaver trapped in a dead-end job? Then take our Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Essentials course.

GMP training course for the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry

Why Pharma?

  • Starter salaries from €27,000 – €45,000 per year) depending on your background

  • 65,000 are people directly employed with 5,000 new jobs on the way.

  • Excellent prospects for rapid promotion and a high salary.

  • Strong and stable industry with excellent prospects for promotions and high salary

  • Starting salaries £16,000 – £30,000 depending on your background

  • Excellent prospects for rapid promotion and a high salary.

  • You DON’T need a science or chemistry qualification to get started

  • Application Deadline: Wednesday 1st December
  • Study Online 10hrs/week
  • Weekly progress checks – To help you finish the course
  • Join 1120 Learners
Apply NOW To Start Your Career in the Pharmaceutical Industry

End-of-week progress checks and follow-up by us to MAKE SURE you or your team finish the course.

Who is the course for?

  • You’re an engineering or laboratory science graduate applying for jobs in the pharmaceutical or medical device industry and want to give yourself an edge in the job market and stand out from the crowd. 

  • You are a university graduate with a non-laboratory science or engineering qualification BUT who wants a career in the high-paying pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing industry. 

  • You are a school leaver trapped in a low-level job with little chance of a pay rise or a promotion.

The world’s biggest pharma and medical device manufacturing companies have hired our graduates after this 10-week program:

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

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Get a headstart over your classmates

This programme will give you all the technical and job hunting skills you need to take your first step in a pharma career. You’ll be ready to start applying for jobs after 10 weeks.

We deliver the program online through one centralized platform (Moodle) where you can log into your classroom. There you can get assignments and interact with faculty. Each week, you’ll complete a series of videos, quizzes, interactive activities, and projects through our online platform, available to access 24/7.

You’ll have a dedicated course leader who will email or telephone you if it looks like you’re starting to fall behind.

Please note: There are NO ZOOM classes or webinars!

What you’ll learn – There are 2 modules in this 10-week programme

Module 1 – Manufacturing Safe Medicines (6 weeks)

In this module, you’ll learn about the systems used in pharmaceutical manufacturing. You’ll learn about the rules and regulations that need to be followed. And you’ll learn enough technical information to get you talking to employers. You’ll spend 4 weeks learning new technical content and then 2 weeks writing your assignment (but don’t worry, we’ve got a professional writing skills programme to guide you through the assignment writing process and equip you with the written communication skills you need for starting in the industry).

  • Introduction –  to pharmaceutical, (bio)pharmaceutical manufacturing in a GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) regulated environment, quality systems vs regulation vs validation
  • Industry regulations and guidelines –  including, FDA GMPs for the United States, EMA GMPs for Europen Union, ICH, and PICs GMP regulation
  • FDA medical device rules – medical device regulations & guidelines
  • GMPs vs ISO 9001:2015 – what’s the difference and why we use both
  • Process validation and documentation –  design and verification of manufacturing systems
  • Key manufacturing technologies  – such as organic chemical synthesis, biopharmaceutical manufacturing, tablet manufacturing and aseptic & sterile manufacturing
  • Supporting technologies  – such as purified water generation, storage & distribution, clean steam, water for injection, storage and distribution
  • Introduction to Quality Risk Management (QRM)  – and the importance of risk management and the basic steps involved in its application
  • Professional Writing Skills Program – This will guide you through the assignment writing process and equip you with the written communication skills you need for working in the industry

Module 2 – Job Hunting Skills (4 weeks)

This is the job hunting bit. In this module, you’ll navigate your way, step by step, through the job hunting process for the pharma industry. By the end of it, you’ll know which jobs you’d be perfect for, where to find them, and how to make applications to give yourself the best chance at success.

This will guide you through the assignment writing process and equip you with the written communication skills you need for working in the industry.

You’ll produce a number of deliverables throughout the course including…

  • Complete two workshops on Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)
  • Complete four-question booklets (one for every week’s worth of content) which will summarise what you have learnt for the week and ensure you retain and understand the information.
  • Complete an end of module 4-5 page assignment to include:
    • The key requirements of a quality management system
    • The cleaning validation sequence and how to determine cleanliness levels
    • The documentation of a complete risk management process in terms of identifying risk, analyzing risk, evaluating risk and controlling risk.
    • The typical equipment and process stages used in the manufacture of active pharmaceutical ingredients
    • The generation, storage and distribution of pharmacopeia grade Purified Water (PUW).
    • The common cleanroom configuration and airflow direction that governs personnel and material flows in a biopharmaceutical manufacturing environment

And take the following skills and knowledge to your new job…

  • You’ll have a foundation in how safe medicines and medical devices are made in a regulated GMP environment.
  • You’ll be able to participate in root cause analysis projects.
  • You’ll have enough technical knowledge and understanding of the quality culture necessary to work in this environment.
  • You’ll have the written communications skills to properly write reports and reference and cite source material in a manner that is consistent with the professional norms of this industry.
  • You’ll be able to work with professionals in this sector without feeling lost or intimidated by the specialised terms and frameworks used in this sector.

Your 10-Week Class Schedule

Your Class Director will check your study logs and only will release subsequent week’s materials to you if you have been logging in for more than 10 hours per week.

And he or she will proactively follow up with you to keep you on track.

Module 1 – Manufacturing Safe Medicines and Medical Devices (GMP) (Weeks 1-6)

Session 1 – Industry Regulations & Guidelines for Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) – Part 1

  • Topic-1 Finished Medicinal Products
    In this lesson, we learn about medical products and the various ways drug products are administered.
  • Topic-2 Focus on Patient Safety and Product Quality
    In this lesson, we will develop a deeper understanding of the importance of patient safety and product quality for medicines and medical devices.
  • Topic-3 ISO9001:2008 and ISO 9001:2015
    This lesson is about the key requirements of a quality management system.
  • Topic-4 Product Quality and Current Good Manufacturing Practices [ cGMP ]
    In this lesson, we learn how to scientifically define product quality. This lesson also gives an insight into the high-level principles of current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) including,

Session 2 – Industry Regulations & Guidelines for Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) – Part 2

  • Topic-5 API Regulatory Guidelines
    In this lesson, we describe the characteristics of a GMP that can be followed to manufacture an API.
  • Topic-6 ISO-9001 ‘Continual Improvement’ & ICH Q10 Pharmaceutical Quality System
    This lesson explains the concept of ‘continual improvement’ as part of a company’s quality management system and describes an effective corrective action process and a preventive action process (CAPA). It also gives details on the product-lifecycle for a pharmaceutical product and describes the monitoring of process performance and product quality.
  • Topic-7 Quality Systems Approach to Pharmaceutical cGMP Regulations-The Quality Systems Mode
    In this lesson, we describe a quality system model in accordance with management responsibilities, resources, manufacturing operations, and evaluation activities.
  • Topic-8 FDA Medical Device Rules-CFR820
    In this lesson, we look at how the FDA classifies medical devices and explore the basis of that classification system.
  • Topic-9 Medical Device Regulations and Guidelines – ISO 13485 / CFR 820
    In this lesson, we look at some GMP regulatory and ISO guidance documents that are associated with the manufacture of medical devices.

Deliverables – Complete a question booklet that will summarise what you have learnt for the week and help ensure you retain and understand the information.

Session 3 – Process & Cleaning Validation and Documentation

  • Topic-1 Process Validation
    In this lesson, we will learn about the various definitions of ‘validation’, as well as for ‘commissioning’, ‘qualification’ and ‘verification.
  • Topic-2 ASTME2500 – Standard Guide for Specification, Design and Verification
    In this lesson, we will describe a specification, design, and verification approach for equipment systems associated with the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and medical device industries.
  • Topic-3 PQ, OQ and IQ
    In this lesson, we are going to define the terms installation qualification (IQ), operational qualification (OQ) and performance qualification (PQ), and we will also list what typical project design documents are required to prepare such testing protocols.
  • Topic-4 Cleaning Validation
    This class takes a high-level look at a typical cleaning validation sequence. It looks at how to determine the basis for quantification limits and explains how to determine cleanliness levels on the basis of the analytical testing of representative samples. Sampling is described in terms of sampling-equipment, sampling -locations, and sampling –procedures.

Session 4 – Risk Management Tools for Scientific Based Decisions

  • Topic-1 Introduction to Quality Risk Management (QRM)
    In this lesson, we will develop an understanding of the history and the crucial importance of risk management as well as the basic steps involved in its application.
  • Topic-2 Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) – step 4 ‘Workshop’ exercise
    In this lesson, we learn about the risk management tool ‘Fault Tree Analysis’ and see an example of where and how we can use it.
  • Topic-3 Failure Mode, Effects (and Criticality) Analysis (FMEA / FMEAC) – Step 4 ‘Workshop’ exercise
  • This presentation shows an example of the main steps in performing a ‘Failure Mode, Effects Analysis’ (FMEA) and describes how this risk management technique summarizes the important modes of (a) failure, (b) factors causing these failures, and (c) the likely effects of these failures.
  • Topic-4 Documenting the Quality Risk Management Process
    In this lesson, we take a practical look at managing a complete risk management process in terms of identifying risk, analyzing risk, evaluating risk, and controlling risk.

Deliverables

  • Complete two workshops on Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)
  • Complete a question booklet that will summarise what you have learnt for the week and help ensure you retain and understand the information.

Session 5 – Chemical and Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing

  • Topic-1 Batch Organic Chemical Synthesis
    In this lesson, we describe the typical equipment and process stages of the manufacture of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) using batch organic chemistry synthesis
  • Topic-2 Biopharmaceuticals Manufacturing, Upstream, Fermentation
    This lesson describes a conventional biotechnological process and introduces the following process sequences:

    • Stage-I – Upstream Processing
    • Stage-II – Fermentation / Bio-reaction
    • Stage-III – Downstream Processing

Session 6 – Tablet, Aseptic and Sterile Manufacturing

  • Topic-3 Tablet Manufacturing
    In this lesson, we will explore the critical process parameters and quality attributes associated with the manufacture of medicinal tablets.
  • Topic-4 Aseptic & Sterile Manufacturing
    In this lesson, we look at critical process parameters and quality attributes associated with aseptic processing and terminal sterilization products for parenteral products.

Deliverables – Complete a question booklet that will summarise what you have learnt for the week and help ensure you retain and understand the information.

Session 7 – Purified Water, Clean Steam & Cleaning

  • Topic-1 Purified Water (PUW) Generation, Storage and Distribution
    In these presentations, we look at methodologies to generate, store and distribute pharmacopeia grade purified water (PUW).
  • Topic-2 Clean Steam Generators
    The objective of this lesson is to demonstrate how we produce clean steam using ‘Single-Effect Distillation’ ‘Multiple-Effect Distillation
  • Topic-3 WFI Storage and Distribution
    In this lesson, we take a look at a process for the storage and distribution of pharmacopeia grade water for injection (WFI) and how to maintain its specification
  • Topic-4 Engineering Aspects of Cleaning, and Cleaning Equipment
    This class discusses how to clean and decontaminate surfaces using CIP (clean-in-place), agitated Immersion, static Immersion (Soaking), and automated parts washers, ultrasonic cleaning, high-pressure spraying, and manual cleaning
  • Topic-5 Chemistry Aspects of Cleaning
    This lesson explores chemistry aspects of cleaning in terms of solubility, solubilisation, emulsification, dispersion, wetting, hydrolysis, oxidation and physical removal.
  • Topic-6 Steam Sterilization in Place
    In this lesson, we look at the mechanism behind sterilization of process equipment using saturated steam.

Session 8 – Cleanrooms

  • Topic-1 HVAC Requirements for Non-Sterile API Manufacturing
    In this lesson, we look at how to use airflow direction as a means of a containment barrier between
    operational areas in a non-sterile multi-product active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufacturing facility.
  • Topic-2 Cleanroom Layout
    In these presentations, we take a high-level look at a common cleanroom configuration and discuss items such as airflow direction, filter arrangements, cleanroom garments, and personnel and material flows. Another objective of this lesson is to also gain an understanding of personnel and material flows in a controlled airflow environment designed to contain high potency chemicals.
  • Topic-3 Area Classification Protection
    In this lesson, we observe a range of airlock configurations typically used in combination with safety under operational conditions to maintain the specification of critical environmental zones, such as those used in open processing, that have a major impact on product quality and patient.
  • Topic-4 Cleanroom Gowning
    In this lesson, we describe clothing that will minimize dispersion from skin and clothing for personnel working within a cleanroom environment
  • Topic-5 Cleanroom Monitoring – Physical Tests
    In this lesson, we discuss typical physical tests to monitor cleanroom environments: non-viable particle counts, pressure differentials, airflow velocity, air change rate, and filter integrity testing.
Deliverables – Complete a question booklet that will summarise what you have learnt for the week and help ensure you retain and understand the information.

Write a 4-5 page essay, which you could present at a job interview to clearly demonstrate your Technical Knowledge and Understanding of the Quality Culture necessary to work in a GMP regulated manufacturing environment. It will confirm your understanding of how to Manufacture Safe Medicines and Medical Devices in a GMP regulated environment and will include the following topics:

  • The key requirements of a quality management system
  • The manufacturing responsibilities for quality systems
  • The cleaning validation sequence and how to determine cleanliness levels
  • The documentation of a complete risk management process in terms of identifying risk, analyzing risk, evaluating risk and controlling risk.
  • The typical equipment and process stages used in the manufacture of active pharmaceutical ingredients
  • The critical process parameters and quality attributes associated with the manufacture of tablets.
  • The generation, storage and distribution of pharmacopeia grade Purified Water (PUW).
  • The common cleanroom configuration and airflow direction that governs personnel and material flows in a biopharmaceutical manufacturing environment

You will receive an end of course certificate from GetReskilled subject to the following criteria;

  • Passing a written or oral exam on the materials.
  • The submission of all assessments and the end of module assignment.

Module 2 – Advanced Career Coaching (Weeks 7-10)

  • Learn about your local BioPharma/MedTech manufacturing industry in detail
  • Understanding pharma industry jargon.
  • How to find the roles that are right for you
  • How to job hunt when you already have a job
  • Assessing your own skill set and how to sell that to employers
  • What employers expect from your application
  • CV and cover letter writing skills that are highly tailored to a job advert with personalized feedback
  • Develop a list of appropriate companies and people for speculative job applications
  • Practice writing speculative applications
  • How to make successful speculative applications
  • Network effectively both on and offline
  • How to use social media in your job hunt
  • Interview preparation
  • How to deal with psychometric testing

Complete a 9-step application process simulation for a BioPharma/MedTech job, using the relevant tools and techniques you have learned, including the following;

  • Discuss your local BioPharma/MedTech manufacturing industry
  • List the departments and job roles where your skills are best suited
  • Understand your current skill set and how to discuss that with employers
  • Network effectively both on and offline
  • Write a CV and a cover letter that are highly tailored to a job advert
  • Write a speculative application and have a list of local companies appropriate for such an application
  • Prepare for an interview

You will receive an end of course certificate from GetReskilled upon the succesful completion of all assessments and assignments.

Delivered by a Practicing Industry Expert

Dr.Joe Brady Lecturer at GetTeskilled

Dr. Joe Brady

Full-Time Validation Lead
Lecturer, Technological University Dublin, Ireland
Senior Associate, GetReskilled

Dr. Joe Brady is a full-time practicing Validation Lead and an assistant lecturer with Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), in the School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Joe is a certified trainer and highly experienced in competency-based training. He designs and prepares educational modules and full academic courses ranging from MSc, MEngSc. BSc, to Certificate level, for a range of academic institution.

He is also a supervisor for MSc/MEngSc and PhD theses. Joe has over twenty years of project experience in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and medical device industries in Ireland, Singapore, China, The Netherlands, France and the USA.

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Show Off Your New Skills: Get a Certificate of Completion

Complete all assessments and the end of module written assignment to get certified in Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and receive a Certificate of Completion.

Add details of your certificate to your CV/Resume or your LinkedIn profile.

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Application Deadline: Wednesday 1st December 2021

Program Starts: 9th December

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    We release only one week’s worth of material at a time and then check your activity logs weekly to make sure that you’re managing to keep up with your workload. This helps us to spot any potential issues early. There is a “Progress Bar “on your course which is helpful to you and us to know how you are doing.

    You have a dedicated course leader who will follow up with you if it looks like you’re starting to fall behind. She’ll also be in touch weekly to let you know when new content is open for you.

    Pharma and med device jobs are stable, secure and well-paid and hence there can be a lot of competition for these jobs. In addition, the recruitment processes for many companies in this sector is generally multistep, rigorous and slow. It can often takes months.

    Most people drastically underestimate the number of job applications and interviews required, along with the waiting time and persistence needed to find a job. This is especially true if you are coming from the construction or service sector where you can often get hired quickly or even on the spot.

    If you don’t live in an area where there are a large amount of pharmaceutical or medical device factories located within commuter distance, you may need to move to find work.

    Yes, this program is delivered fully online.

    Each week of online content typically includes 6-10 topics.

    Each topic includes:

    • A set of course notes – these provide additional depth to the video content.
    • Warm-up self-assessment question – to recap or activate any relevant prior learning.
    • A video – these are typically 5-10 minutes long and deliver 80% of the course content.
    • Post video self-assessment questions to check how well you can recall this new material from memory. If you can’t answer these questions, you should revisit that topic’s learning materials.
    • Any follow up assessments or assignments.

    The main goal of this program is to retrain you to find an entry-level or starter job within the pharmaceutical or medical device manufacturing industry. Please note that if you want to move beyond entry-level positions, you are going to need to upskill further.

    The program is broken into two modules:

    Module 1
    You’ll learn about the systems used in pharmaceutical manufacturing. You’ll learn about the rules and regulations that need to be followed. And you’ll learn enough technical information to get you talking to employers.

    Module 2
    This is the career bit. In this module, you’ll navigate your way, step by step, through the job hunting process. This specially-designed module is industry-specific. By the end of it, you’ll know which jobs you’d be perfect for, where to find them, and how to make applications to give yourself the best chance at success.

    Most students report between 8-14 hours per week.

    No you don’t. The online classroom is open 24 hours a day so you do not have to login at any particular time. We will give you a Username and Password on the day the program starts and this allows you 24 hours a day access. There are NO ZOOM classes or live webinars!

    No – there are no specific times that you need to be online to take this course. The online classroom is open 24-hours a day, you do not have to login at any particular time.
    The day the course starts you are given a username and password and this allows you 24-hour a day access to your course.

    Yes, you can speed up or slow down the rate of delivery to suit your requirements. The most important thing is communication between you and your course coordinator. If you are taking a break or are busy at work and do not have time to study you need to tell her or him. Similarly, if you want to study at a faster rate, then just email in good time and ask for more course content.

    Yes, you can take it from anywhere you have a decent Internet connection.

    No, we can’t. But we can guarantee you that the average wages are at least 25% above average.

    Yes, this course is relevant to both the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

    Yes, you can study all the way to a Degree.

    STEP 1,  this conversion program is a stepping-stone to our follow-on specialisation, Certificate in eBioPharmaChem. Take this Certificate to get a level 7 university qualification from Technological University Dublin, Ireland to get a more interesting job with a higher salary

    STEP 2, then take our Certificate in Validation to move into a validation role.

    STEP 3, Finally, if you have completed our Certificate in eBioPharmaChem and Certificate in Validation which are standalone programs, you are already halfway to a level 7 Degree. Take 6 more modules to get a degree in Degree in Manufacture of Medicinal Products (DT 291)

    You will have your own designated course coordinator who will check your activity logs every week and follow up with you to make sure you get to the end of the course. If it looks like you’re falling behind, they’ll reach out to discuss your challenges and help you put a plan in place to get back on track.
    We believe that it is this system of checks and communication that leads to us having a 92% course completion rate.

    No – the fees listed for each course are the total that are required. There are no hidden registration, exam, or certification fees.

    No – we have a variety of payment plans.
    For all our courses, we offer monthly payment plans. Please contact geraldine.creaner@getreskilled.com for details, or discuss the options on your application follow-up call.

    Your individual job prospects will vary depending on your work experience to date, your education, where you live, and how far you’re willing to commute.

    Talk to your advisor on your application follow-up call for more details, or check out these pages for Ireland and the UK

    The types of role you’ll be able to apply for will be influenced by your qualifications, previous work experience and the course you take. Please see each course page for an idea of the roles the course will prepare you for.
    Part of the purpose of the application follow-up call is to determine that you’ve selected the most appropriate course for you so don’t worry if you’re not 100% clear about this before applying.

    It depends on the company, the country, and the role you are employed in.

    Click here to see our Pharmaceutical Job Description and Salary Guide.

    Our success rate in 2020 was 82%.

    GetReskilled is a private training provider that delivers vocational education for the pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing industry. It focuses on the development of a mature workforce and over the last 13 years, has trained over 4,000 people.

    Whether you are over 30 and looking for a career change, or you’ve been laid off from your job we ​do not believe that you should settle for just any career. We aim to challenge the idea that you’re too old or it’s too difficult and expensive to change careers.

    The goals we have are: to build local talent pools of operator and quality technician to support the expanding pharmaceutical manufacturing industry; to use online vocational education to teach about the quality systems necessary to consistently manufacture safe and effective medicines for patients; and to provide the career coaching tools necessary to build a successful career in a new industry.

    These programs and courses build talent and change lives.

    We have offices located in Cork (Ireland), London (UK), and Boston (USA), and other locations around the world.