Location: Bethesda, Maryland

Our experts Jim Polarine and Sean Kerrigan are excited to be a part of PDA - Parenteral Drug Association’s Fundamentals of Aseptic Processing training courses in Bethesda, Maryland. With multiple dates offered throughout the year, there are a variety of options to plan to attend this training course to understand the basic principles, processes, and systems related to aseptic processing. 

This three-day course provides hands-on lab activities, for gowning qualification, facility cleaning and disinfection, and performing aseptic processes in ISO 5 conditions. Attendees will also gain a deeper understanding of environmental monitoring systems, facility cleaning and disinfection, aseptic cleanroom options, regulatory requirements and more! 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Evaluate current aseptic processing procedures

  2. Assess potential risks of product contamination using airflow visualization techniques

  3. Determine the necessary components of an effective environmental monitoring program

  4. Describe the importance of filter integrity testing

  5. Examine cleanroom fill operations to ensure appropriate interventions and observations occur

  6. Review basic microbiology concepts and techniques to multiple aspects of aseptic processing

  7. Demonstrate an understanding of sanitization techniques and disinfectant evaluation by properly operating different cleaning systems

  8. Interpret regulatory requirements for manufacturing sterile products produced by aseptic processing

Interested in Registering? Learn more based on the date that works best for you: