GMP-Kurs - Good Manufacturing Practice


GCP basic course from 28 to 29 February 2020

Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich

A GCP course opens new career perspectives in clinical research for graduates and students of life sciences. By attending this course you will receive a certified basic qualification. With the GCP-certificate you prove your entitlement to participate in clinical studies.   

"Good Clinical Practice is an international ethical and scientific standard for the planning, conduct, documentation and reporting of clinical trials in humans. Compliance with these standards creates public confidence that the rights, safety and well-being of trial subjects are protected in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki and that the data collected during the clinical trial are credible". (DFG: Principles and responsibilities in the conduct of clinical studies.   

In this intensive weekend seminar you will get an overview in 12 teaching units about 

  • Methodical basics 
  • Ethical foundations 
  • Performance of clinical trials, tasks and duties according to ICH-GCP, AMG, MPG, GCP-V 
  • Collateral in the clinical trial 
  • Quality assurance in clinical trials   

All contents are taught and consolidated through practical exercises. The course has been submitted to the State Medical Association for CME certification.   

Seminar times:
Friday, 28.02.2020: 16:00 - 19:30                       
Saturday, 29.02.2020: 09:00 - 16:30   

Program and Curiculum

Your GCP package includes: 

  • Digital course script 
  • Learn success control on site
  • GCP certificate from the certified educational institution  

You can enroll directly on our homepage: LINK

Participation in the course is eligible for the „Bildungsprämie“. Thus, there is the possibility to receive up to 50% discount. Further information can be found on the homepage of the education bonus: LINK

Participation fee: 449 Euro for registration until 14.02.2020
Enrolled students receive a discount of 220 euros on the course fee.   

Your contact person:
Steffen Biernath
Phone: 0151-64539781