Certificate short courses for those seeking a career in the bioscience industry

Published: June 9th, 2017

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These certificate short courses for those seeking a career in the bioscience industry are based at Biotility, at the University of Florida Center of Excellence for Regenerative Health Biotechnology in Alachua, affiliated with the CTSI Translational Workforce Development Program.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification

Lean Six Sigma is a strategy for process improvement, using disciplined problem solving to eliminate waste, reduce variability and optimize outcomes.Green Belts are typically process managers/leaders who oversee a couple of projects each year in their specific area of their organization, while maintaining regular work duties.  Whatever function you have in working in a regulated environment, both efficiency and quality are essential to remain competitive in the bioscience industry.Learn the basics of a time proven problem solving and process improvement approach through highly interactive, self-paced e-Learning followed by scheduled instructor-led virtual classroom sessions to reinforce the course content. This course requires about 5 ½ hours per week for 8 weeks, of which 4 hours are self-paced independent study, and 1 ½ hours scheduled virtual classroom time.
July 12 – Sept. 6, 2017  
Wednesday ONLY noon to 1:30 p.m. 
Registration:  $2,500

Core Concepts in Biomanufacturing and Quality Systems: Applications of cGMPs
This two-day, certificate short course provides future or current employees a comprehensive and applied understanding of how regulatory compliance is built into all aspects of a company. Using a blend of hands-on applications and lectures, course instructors integrate current Good Manufacturing Practices with core concepts of the manufacturing process, facilities, quality systems, and documentation to build a solid understanding of the development, manufacture, testing, and release of a regulated product. (Class size is limited to 20)
Thursday and Friday, Aug. 10 and 11, 2017
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Registration:  $250

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