Approved training courses

Course description

This course also helps you to understand what the QP must do themselves and what can/must be delegated to others. We provide advice on how the QP should work in tandem with professionals in other departments and stress the non-technical people skills that are essential to be a good QP.

When certifying medicinal products, it is of paramount importance that a QP has the ability to look at the broad issues of managing quality and to approach these issues in a cohesive way when making decisions to release or reject. Throughout the course you’ll have the opportunity to test your skills via interactive release or reject scenarios.

Key Learning Objectives
On completion of this course, delegates will know and understand:

The QP’s legal and professional duties in detail
- How the QP must work with others to ensure that those duties and responsibilities are performed in the best interests of the company, the patient and society
- What the QP must do themselves and what can/should be delegated to others
- How the QP should work in tandem with professionals in other departments
- The non-technical people skills essential to be a good QP


Please speak to Aimee Harding, QP Coordinator at NSF about entry requirements for both QP training and/or postgraduate qualifications.

Additional info

Training will be delivered via a combination of an instructor-led virtual classroom and self-paced learning online. Full details will be sent to you following registration.

Teaching method



4 day


£2800.00 GBP (plus VAT)

Training provider

NSF International



01751 432999

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