But creating an FDA-proof CAPA has never been easy.
If only you could pick the brain of someone who is coping successfully with CAPA — the best and the brightest, an industry leader who has devised programs, procedures and solutions that have put companies out in front with the FDA.
Well, you can.
FDAnews and Immel Resources are offering an advanced version of our previous CAPA investigations class — designed to meet tough FDA scrutiny in 2010.
NEW for 2010! In the Conducting Bulletproof CAPA Investigations — ADVANCED Workshop, you will:
Additional benefits you'll receive when you attend the CAPA Workshop — ADVANCED include:
Your valuable course materials book is packed with tools and reference data you can put to use right away, including:
Here's what previous attendees have to say:
“Very thorough. Great real-life experiences. Enjoyed this course, the content and especially
Barbara. Her wealth of knowledge and presentation style welcomes all levels of personnel in an engaging environment.”
Supervisor, Incident Team, Talecris Biotherapeutics
“Very, very knowledgeable in what she is teaching. Excellent presence! I liked the
group work and the interactions with others and their experiences.”
Quality Engineer, Fort Wayne Metals
“Barbara was very knowledgeable. The way the class was structured with the interactive
exercises, videos, etc. made the days go fast! I got a lot of useful information to bring back to my company. Talking to peers gave insight into other
Quality Systems Coordinator, Fujirebio Diagnostics
“Barbara is a great speaker, very knowledgeable and forthright in sharing and delivering
information. I liked the interactiveness of the workshop and the ability to meet and share information with people in other areas of industry.”
Senior Quality Management Engineer, Perceptive Informatics
“I very much enjoyed these classes. I will be using what I have learned to update our
CAPA system. You are a very good speaker and I would recommend you to other people.”
RA/PQA Coordinator, IPAS
“Wonderful job Barbara! You presented information that will be useful for improvement
of the CAPA program at our facility.”
QA Specialist, Metrics, Inc.
“Very pleased with
the workshop. Got a lot of insight and information that will be useful and practical on the job. Greatly enjoyed the interactive approach instead of a
completely instructor-led course.”
Process Quality Management Engineer, Perceptive Informatics
Register today for this intensive hands-on training workshop if your responsibilities include:
Barbara K. Immel, a published author and nationally known speaker, is president of Immel Resources LLC and editor of the Immel Report. She has 28 years of industry experience working in corporate quality assurance, compliance, training, documentation and labeling. Barb's experience includes more than 12 years with Syva Company, Chiron Corporation and Syntex Corporation. Barb is the chairwoman of the Annual FDA Inspections Summit hosted by FDAnews. Barb has been teaching well-respected courses on writing reports for deviations and failure investigations and on conducting CAPA investigations for the past 9 years (2000–2009).
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