InProcess-LSP offers unique training courses that combine theory and practical experience for Near Infrared (NIR) application development within the pharmaceutical and life science industry. Besides a Basic Training for new users or those who want to know more about NIR and its applications, two advanced 3 day training courses are available: Method Development & Validation and a dedicated PAT training ‘Blend Uniformity Monitoring and Control’.
In the advanced courses, participants will get valuable hands-on experience by working with actual samples and NIR analyzers in our lab facilities. They will experience typical hurdles encountered in development of successful NIR methods. Additionally, regulatory guidance and regulations applicable for pharma and high-end life science methods will be integrated. InProcess-LSP aims to provide trainings at the highest standards and provides opportunity to include personal learning objectives.
Training courses are organized for a small group of participants (5 to 9 for advanced courses) and are led by two or three trainers to ensure sufficient support for every participant. A certificate and in-house developed training materials are provided. Spoken language of the advanced trainings is English, international participants are very welcome to join. The basic 1 day training is available in English and Dutch.
Tailor made In Company Training
Due to the wide variety of process analytical related applications and customer needs InProcess-LSP offers tailor made In-Company training sessions. Training programs will be flexible and fine tuned exactly to the needs of the customer. Typical areas for which InProcess-LSP provides In-Company trainings:
- Opportunities and strategies of PAT
- Blend Uniformity Monitoring and Control
- Advanced Data Analysis and Image analysis
- Design of Experiments
- Particle Size Analysis
- Quality by Design in practice
- Risk Assessment for process development
Tailor made training program example
Blend uniformity monitoring & control by near infrared spectroscopy (2 Days)
- NIR and chemometrics (summary of basics)
- Specific in-line NIR aspects
- Quantitative chemometric calibration
- Qualitative test methods (incl moving F-test)
- Application of the method & interpretation of uniformity
- The influence of mixing parameters
- Defining a stop criterion for blend control
- Robustness & maintenance
- Regulatory aspects