Biotechnology

Wake Tech offers a variety of non-degree, short classes and certificate training programs in the biotechnology field, including hands-on training in biomanufacturing and biopharmaceutical operations in a simulated industrial, current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) environment.

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Aseptic Processing Level ISEF-799641 available classes
Through lecture and hands-on activities, practice the basics of aseptic operations in a simulated CGMP environment. Topics include microbiology, cleanroom design and control, environmental monitoring, cleaning and disinfection, aseptic gowning, component preparation, solutio...
Aseptic Processing Level IISEF-799741 available classes
Delve more deeply into the aseptic processing arena with intensive hands-on instruction of aseptic techniques in a simulated cGMP environment. Instruction includes process simulations of closed-system filtrations, hand filling, semi-automated filling, LAF cabinets, BSC's and...
Biowork: Process Technician TrainingBTC-3200A73 available classes
This course is designed to provide basic preparation for entry-level process technician jobs in bioprocess manufacturing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and chemical manufacturing. Course competencies include understanding the role of a process technician, safety, quality pro...
CGMP Overview for Medical DevicesSEF-3001KG11 available classes
This course provides an overview of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) principles, requirements, and expectations for compliance with Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs) related to medical device manufacture. This will include a review of FDA enforcement and the...
CGMP Overview for PharmaceuticalsSEF-3001KH12 available classes
An overview of Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) fundamentals used by pharmaceutical and biomanufacturing companies. CGMP exists to protect the health and safety of patients and consumers which supports the mission of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This co...
Cleanroom Gowning CertificationSEF-792441 available classes
In the course's classroom component, students will learn about regulatory requirements and aseptic gowning techniques. Students will then learn aseptic behaviors related to gowning and how to gown in aseptic settings. After this formal training, students must successfully...
Computer Application ValidationSEF-798441 available classes
Interactively learn and apply requirements in validating Computer System Applications. By concentrating on information systems and instruction on how to meet requirements of CFR 21, Part 11 Electronic Records, Electronic Signatures, the course includes how to test systems se...
Disinfection, Sterilization, and ContainmentSEF-3001KF11 available classes
This course introduces principles of contamination and containment for the biopharmaceutical industry along with responses using various procedures and engineering controls. Additional topics include special gowning requirements and restricted personnel movement, implementin...
Elements of Good Documentation Practices (GDP) and Data IntegritySEF-3001KJ12 available classes
An overview of Good Documentation Practices, including the differences between documents and records, the typical ISO 9001 document hierarchy, and each document level. Participants will become familiar with record-keeping requirements including the electronic signature and o...
Elements of Supplier and Internal Quality AuditsSEF-219CL1 available classes
Regulatory authorities expect ongoing assessments of all processes and materials, and this course will help you understand regulatory requirements and expectations for audits. You will also learn the different types of audits, their purposes, and the investigatory and assess...
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