Good Writing Practices

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Good Writing Practices

One-day training on writing intuitive, unambiguous procedures making instructions error-free to follow.

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GMP & GDP training for pharma & biotech

Language(s):

1 day in total

 922 ex. VAT

Registration ends in 128 days.

What you'll learn

Structure procedures visually so that information is easily absorbed

Organise the text so that information is quickly

Picking suitable writers and reviewers to write and review procedures

Discard unambiguous instructions, therefore avoiding confusion

Description

The training

Following procedures is often unnecessarily time-consuming and ambiguities cause costly mistakes. In practice, SOPs and protocols are insufficiently organised, overwhelming for the reader and contain unclear or irrelevant information. To prevent these mistakes and to reduce the bridge between theory and practice, PCS has designed a training course that will teach you the basic principles of Good Writing Practices. Some of the topics covered in this training are; the basic structures of the document system, the stakeholders in writing correct procedures, writing techniques, and tools for analysing, organising and presenting information. This training goes beyond just learning the theory. In the afternoon, you will work on your own procedures and apply what you have learned directly in your own practice.

Target group:

This training is intended for employees in the pharmaceutical industry involved in writing or reviewing procedures. In particular, QA Officers, Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), department heads, managers and documentalists frequently attend this training.

Results:

  • Fewer errors and deviations due to unambiguous and structured procedures
  • More efficient working methods by finding the right information quickly and easily
  • The right people involved in writing and reviewing procedures

Content:

  • The purpose of good written procedures
  • What does GMP say about documentation?
  • Effective handling of information
  • The use of definitions
  • How do you organise a document?
  • The do's and don'ts when applying structure
  • Written communication techniques
  • The importance of segmentation
  • Setting up a good document system
  • Workshops - learning by doing and working with your own procedures
Course content

LectureDay
Introduction to the course

1
Introduction to Good Writing Practices

  • What is it & why?
  • What does the GMP say about documents?
  • Documentation structure
1
Phase 1 - Analyze - what you need to know before you begin

  • 7 information types
  • Workshop
1
Phase 2 - Organizing through writing techniques

  • 7 writing principles
  • Workshop
1
Phase 3 - Presenting information

  • Do's & don'ts
  • Workshop
1
From theory to your own practice

1
Quiz & Closing

1

Course dates

Start dateEnd dateVenuePriceStatus
02-10-202402-10-2024PCS Training Room 922 ex. VATRegister

Language

  • Dutch spoken language

General information

Learning form:Classroom
Times:The course starts at 9:30 am and ends at 5:30 pm
Venue(s):
Start dateVenueRegister

02-10-2024

PCS Training Room

Register

Preparation:
Preparation required:Preparation requirements to be announced
Preparation details:N/A
Exam:
Includes exam:No
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 922 ex. VAT

Registration ends in 128 days.

This training includes:

Training certificate

Lunch buffet

7 Lectures

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