Computer System Validation

This course provides delegates with up-to-date and detailed information that should help them tackle the many diverse challenges of validating and operating computerised systems in a compliant and risk based way. The course aims to cover all the key areas that need to be considered when qualifying and operating computerised systems. These include: the types of computer/computerised systems and their elements; key regulations and guidance (including GAMP 5 2nd Edition [2022]); data management and data integrity; the general principles of risk based validation; validation planning/approaches/activities; supplier governance; data migration; current trends; operational phase activities; infrastructure management; and periodic system review. It will also include an example infrastructure project and the qualification of: Packaged Systems (Equipment Control Systems); Distributed Control Systems; Laboratory Systems; Information/Business Systems and Spreadsheets. The presentations will include real life examples and the learning experience will be enhanced by using carefully structured workshops.

Delegates will be provided with a 3-slide per page printed binder upon arrival on Day 1 and PDF versions of the slides will be sent out by email to each delegate after the course. Day-time meals and refreshments, together with a course dinner, held on the evening of Day 1 (Tuesday 5 Mar 2024), are included in the overall package.

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