Approved training courses

Course description

Our GDP online course consists of the following chapters:

Chapter 1: An introduction to the pharmaceutical industry
This chapter provides an overview of the pharmaceutical industry and the need to regulate medicine manufacture and supply.

Chapter 2: An introduction to Good Distribution Practice
This chapter introduces the concept of Wholesale Dealer Authorisations and the need for Good Distribution Practice.

Chapter 3: The Good Distribution guidelines
The main contents and requirements of the 10 chapters of GDP are explained and why these are important.

Chapter 4: Working to GDP

The key elements of GDP are covered, with a special focus on what GDP means for the individual working for an organisation involved in the storage, transport and/or brokering of medical products.

The duration of each chapter lasts approximately 10 – 15 minutes. The whole GDP online course should last about an hour.

These chapters are available either as a UK or non-UK version. The UK version has references to the UK’s Regulatory Authority (the MHRA) and their “Green Guide”, whereas the non-UK version does not.

Assessment and certificates:
Each chapter has a series of randomly selected assessment quiz questions at the end of each one. An 80% pass mark is expected. Guidance is provided if a delegate gets an answer wrong. After successful completion of the course a certificate is available for download by the learner.

The price shown here is for a single learner - group discounts are available - please contact us for details.


Internet access is required.

Additional info

If you are interested in licensing the course materials for use on your own Learning Management Systems (LMS) then please contact us to discuss options.

Teaching method



1 hours


£95.00 GBP (plus VAT)

Training provider

Inspired Pharma Training



+44 1635 866699

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