The Diploma of Pharmaceutical Quality Control Program
The diploma of pharmaceutical quality control program will provide student current Good manufacturing Practices, FDA and International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) guidelines, applicable standard operating procedures, analytical monographs, basic organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, working knowledge of analytical instrumental techniques (HPLC, UV-Vis, FT-IR, GC and dissolution), computerized integrators and troubleshooting techniques. Students will perform complex chemical and physical analysis on a wide range of pharmaceutical products in accordance with established procedures and analytical monographs such as US pharmacopoeia and British Pharmacopoeia.
26 weeks instructor-led full time training include
Lecture: 420 hours;
Computer based training: 10 hours;
GLP pharmaceutical laboratory practices: 80 hours
Special Lecture: 10 hours (Total: 520 hours)
Applicant must have Grade 12 level or a university degree or a Science college diploma and demonstrated competency in English.
Occupation NOC Code
Chemical technologist and technician (2211), this is an occupation under Skills Matrix B in the NOC code
Typical Employer (Career Opportunities)
The pharmaceuticals Quality Control program focuses on equipment and instrument analysis skill and experience training in chemical industry, food industry, cosmetic industry and pharmaceutical industry. The students will apply position after finishing this program in fellow industry:
Food product industries
Chemical products manufacture
Federal and provincial governments
Medical and research laboratories
Natural health product companies
Quality Control Analyst/Technician/Chemist
Chemical Analyst Raw Material/Finished Products/Stability
Quality Control Document/Data Reviewer
Analytical Services Chemist
Analyst HPLC/Chromatographer Analyst.
Laboratory Assistance, etc