Lesson Code: PUF-301. Introduces the concept of dosage forms and the different dosage forms currently in use.
Lesson Code: PUF-302. Covers solid dose products manufactured by the Pharmaceutical Industry. It describes what ingredients are used and what manufacturing steps are required.
Lesson Code: PUF-303. Describes semisolid dose products manufactured by the Pharmaceutical Industry. It describes what ingredients are used and what manufacturing steps are required.
Lesson Code: PUF-304. Introduces liquid dose products manufactured by the Pharmaceutical Industry. It describes what ingredients are used and what manufacturing steps are required.
Lesson Code: PUA-550. The different grades of water required in an API plant and the tests that are used to determine the water’s purity.
Lesson Code: PUA-551. The most common types of contaminants found and the different treatment steps used to purify water before it can be used in a chemical process.
Lesson Code: PEF-1202. This Lesson provides an overview of milling operations, including different types of milling equipment and techniques, equipment control parameters, and safety precautions.
Lesson Code: PEF-1203 Blending. This Lesson is aimed at personnel who require an overview of blending operations, including different types of blending equipment, equipment control parameters, and safety precautions.
Lesson Code: PEF-1204. The principle of filtration. Describes the operation of a Plate and Frame Filter Press and outlines equipment control parameters and safety precautions.
Lesson Code: PEF-1205. Introduction to drying. The operation of a Tray Drier is described along with drying equipment control parameters and safety precautions.
Lesson Code: PEF-306. The process of granulation and the function of a fluidized bed granulator. Also details the equipment’s operation, control parameters, and safety issues.
Lesson Code: PEF-1207. This Lesson provides an overview of how a tablet press functions, key process control parameters, required in-process checks, and associated safety considerations.
Lesson Code: PEF-308. The theory of the coating process and the equipment needed. Critical process parameters are also included and explained.
Lesson Code: PUA-500. Explains how to control a chemical reaction by monitoring the critical process variables.
Lesson Code: PUA-501. The main physical and chemical properties needed to monitor and control a chemical reaction.
Lesson Code: PUA-510. The principles of distillation and reflux. The critical control parameters of each process are described and safety issues are highlighted.
Lesson Code: PUA-520. The principles of crystallization, why it is used in the API industry, and the key parameters that affect pharmaceutical crystal production.
Lesson Code: PUA-530. The importance of drying products in the API industry. The different types of drying equipment and the control parameters associated with each type of dryer.
Lesson Code: PEA-1200. How a chemical reactor works and the most important connections needed to carry out a chemical reaction.
Lesson Code: PEA-1201. Explains the main tasks involved in operating a chemical reactor such as weighing, charging and taking samples.
Lesson Code: PEA-1210. This e-Lesson is aimed at operations personnel in API manufacturing and provides an overview of the theory of centrifugation and the operating principles and parameters of Batch Filtering and Inverting Filter Centrifuges.
Lesson Code: PEA-1240. This e-Lesson is aimed at personnel who require an overview of reciprocating pumps, their mode of operation, and how they can be used in chemical and pharmaceutical processing.
Lesson Code: PEA-741. The operating principles of rotary and centrifugal pumps.
Lesson Code: PVF-1130. Introduction to validation in regulated industries using case study of tablet manufacturing process. Includes validation masterplan, validation life cycle, specification, qualification and revalidation.