OFFICIAL GMP TRAINING PROGRAM

Connect with leading good manufacturing practice (GMP) experts and get the latest critical learnings that will elevate your business. We've teamed up with NSF International to offer training courses on some of the most important issues facing the global health & nutrition industry.

Separate registration is required for all courses. NSF produces the only GMP Training that is officially sanctioned by SupplySide East. When developing your SupplySide East plans and registering for events, please be cautious of organizations offering similar courses that are not connected to SupplySide East.


21 CFR 111 Dietary Supplement GMP Overview (Two-Part Training)

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Attend an extensive 2-day training course on 21 CFR 111, the current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) in manufacturing and packaging, labeling or holding operations for dietary supplements. This course is geared to those individuals involved in the dietary supplement industry including:

  • Manufacturing
  • Management
  • Packaging and Labeling
  • Suppliers and Distributors
  • Other Technical Professionals
  • Quality Control/Quality Assurance
  • Laboratory Operations
  • Auditing
  • Regulatory Affairs and Compliance

These guidelines are intended to be applicable to dietary supplements as defined and covered by 21 CFR 111, but may also be applied to dietary ingredients and other components. The course provides an in-depth review of the regulation and provides case studies to review recent FDA Warning Letters initiated to dietary supplement companies for non-compliance with 21 CFR 111 GMPs.


Batch Production Records – “Do’s” and “Don’ts” – 21 CFR 111

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Master manufacturing records (MMRs) and batch production records (BPRs) are required under the dietary supplement good manufacturing practices (GMPs). The MMR defines how a product is made; you cannot make a consistent product without a complete MMR. The BPR provides evidence to FDA that the product was made in compliance with the MMR and GMPs. This course will examine common issues and pitfalls with MMRs and BPRS, and provide specific guidance on how to avoid these problems. Best practices will also be highlighted to enable your BPRs not only to withstand audits and inspections, but to streamline and improve internal operations. Participants will learn how to create a streamlined, yet complete, process for developing MMRs.