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Good Distribution Practice

1 Day

This interactive course with workshops is designed to bring you up-to-date with the current regulatory expectations and GDP requirements. It aims to provide you with the guidance and tools to understand and implement GDP in your daily activities.

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Anyone interested in Good Distribution Practice requirements

Time Schedule
08:30 - 09:00
Registration & coffee
09:00 - 17:00
Course (lunch included)
€ 899

per participant    (excl. VAT)

✓ Exclusive learning approach

✓ Personal course documentation

Lunch, water, coffee & tea


✓ Course certificate after completion


Quastion Learning Center (Qplus consult BVBA)

Leuvensesteenweg 643 bus 7, 1930 Zaventem, Belgium

Your Trainer

Kristina Bindus

  • Founder & CEO of Qplus consult that focuses on leverage of pharmaceutical expertise across Pharmacovigilance, Medical, Quality, Auditing & Regulatory Affairs.

  • Co-founder of and Belgian internet radio Singjaal.

  • Strategic Advisor & Trainer specialized on interpretation & implementation of EU pharmaceutical law who cares about Quality, Safety and Efficacy of Medicines.

  • Kristina is specialized in online medical communication: webcast, webinar and e-learning.

  • She has developed a universal auditing techniques and coaches auditors to use auditing methodology for an effective assessment result.

  • Kristina has an extensive experience in Quality & Pharmacovigilance.


Basic Principles Everyone Needs to Know about GDP

  • The scope and applicability of GDP

  • The key areas of the new GDP - 10 chapters

How GDP Guidelines Impact your Function

  • Your role in GDP

  • Why to follow GDP

What GDP Compliance Means for You

  • Is GDP applicable to everyone working in GDP environment?

  • Learn the framework of your role and responsibilities

Implementation of the New EU GDP Guideline

  • How to get started with implementation of the new GDP

  • How to develop and implement an effective Quality Management System

  • Role and responsibilities of the RP

How Each Function Can Apply Risk Management in GDP

  • How to detect, assess and document the Risks

  • How to reduce the identified Risks

Expectations of the GDP Inspectorates

  • General regulatory expectations for implementation

  • Common GDP deficiencies resulting in findings 

Which Training You Have to Complete to be GDP-conform

  • How to develop an efficient and sufficient GDP Training Plan

  • How to show the effectiveness of the GDP training

Why Care About Temperature-controlled Distribution

  • What is your role in ensuring that the quality and integrity of products is not compromised?

Participants about this course:
Contact Quastion for more information about this Good Distribution Practice training.
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