Techceuticals – The Manufacturing Process – October 2017


Don’t miss this solid dose pharmaceutical training course from October 3-5, 2017.

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About This Course:

The Manufacturing Process is a comprehensive solid dose training course that has been in the making since 1977. Loaded with practical information on how tablets and capsules are made, it is designed for experts and novices alike, putting the entire manufacturing team on the same page. The participant will be able identify machinery, why it is used, and what it does. The participant will acquire a comprehensive knowledge of the equipment and processes in tablet and capsule manufacturing. This training event will include many step-by-step programs, covering why and how we manipulate powders to improve them for tablet and capsule production. Each unit operation will be defined: weighing, milling, granulating, blending, tableting, tablet coating, and encapsulation.

Who Should Attend:

Managers, Supervisors, Operators, Tech Services, R&D, Formulators, QA/QC, Engineering, Purchasing, and Maintenance. This course is designed to provide powerful tools that the participant can put to work immediately. If you are involved in the tablet or capsule manufacturing environment this course is for you.

Topics & Schedule

Day 1: 8:30am-4:30pm

  • Introductions and Unit Operations
  • Power prep and Formulating
  • Granulating, Milling, and Blending
  • Compression, Coating and Encapsulation

Day 2: 8:30am-4:30pm

  • Evonik presentation / workshop
  • O’Hara Batch and Continuous technologies
  • Colorcon presentation/ workshop
  • Acryl-Eze® with Colorcon & Evonik

Day 3: 8:30am-noon

  • Solving defects
    • Granulating
    • Tablet Compression
    • Coating
    • Encapsulation
  • Summary / Q&A
  • 12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch
  • 1:00pm-4:00pm Afterhours QA with Techceuticals

About the author

Justin Kadis

Justin Kadis works in marketing and business development for Federal Equipment Company, a major supplier of used manufacturing equipment for a wide variety of industries. He graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with a concentration in marketing.

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