BTEC Short Course: Microbial Contamination Control in Bioprocessing Operations

Why should you attend?

Gain a fundamental understanding of sources of microbial contamination in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. Learn how to evaluate contamination risks and implement corrective and preventative measures to ensure a state of microbiological control in facilities and processes. Learn about recent regulatory expectations for control of contamination.

Attend and you will learn

  • Potential sources of microbial contamination
  • Regulatory expectations for a contamination control strategy
  • Best practices in management of microbial contamination, to include monitoring programs for detection of bioburden and endotoxin
  • Best practices in equipment, process, and facility design
  • Risk assessment applied to control of contamination
  • Best practices in sanitization and disinfection

Who should attend

Professionals responsible for any aspects of microbial control who work in the following areas:

  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control
  • Regulatory Assurance
  • Process and Cleaning Validation
  • Equipment Qualification and Maintenance
  • Engineering – Facility and Systems Design
  • Manufacturing

NC State University
Centennial Campus
850 Oval Dr
Raleigh, NC 27606

TBA - registration opens January 2020