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GDP Champion Training

September 11, 2018 - September 13, 2018

GDP Champion Training

Are you involved in the Manufacturing, Transportation or Storage of Pharmaceutical or Medical Device products and need a better understanding of your responsibilities to ensure supply chain compliance, the IEA GDP Champion training course is for you.

The IEA’s Good Distribution Practice (GDP) Passport plays a key role in assuring security in the life sciences supply chain through compliance and understanding risks and responsibilities. The GDP Champion is the key contact point on all compliance and quality aspects of GDP practices along the supply chain.

Increasing demand from industry and evolving EU Guidelines for Good Distribution Practice has brought GDP to the forefront of Pharma, MedTech and Logistics operations.  This course covers the practical implementation of GDP in the Supply Chain.

As part of the GDP Passport Scheme, the IEA are running a GDP Champion Programme to fully address the issues above.


Date: Tuesday 11th – Thursday 13th September 2018
Time: 9:30am – 5:00pm
Venue: Crowne Plaza, Northwood, Santry
Cost: €1850 IEA members / €2250 Non members
Book Now: Contact Fiona Luciani at FionaLuciani@irishexporters.ie by 4th September
Lunch, tea & coffee breaks included 

What is covered?

Regulatory Compliance including Pharma, Medtech, Cosmetics and Falsified Medicines
Quality Management / Systems
Documentation (Including records etc)
Recalls / Returns
Transportation (Including Outsourced activities / Sub contractors)
Temperature controlled requirements
Validation of a Supply Chain
SLA / SOP writing
Deviations / CAPA’s
Pre – Audit Inspection processes

Who should attend?
Supply Chain Companies
Freight Forwarders
Life Sciences Companies

For help, support or further information, please contact
Fiona Luciani on 01 661 2183 or FionaLuciani@irishexporters.ie@IrishExporters Join in the conversation #IEAtraining 


September 11, 2018
September 13, 2018


Training Department
(01) 6612183

Registrations are closed for this event