The Natural Products Association Presents: An Advanced Course on the FDA GMPs for Dietary Supplements

Are you struggling with understanding and implementing the FDA cGMPs?

Do you have questions about what FDA expects or how to handle a visit from the FDA?

The Natural Products Association is the industry leader in GMP education and has been presenting dietary supplement GMP seminars for more than 10 years. This seminar presents comprehensive and concise discussion of many of the most complex aspects of the FDA cGMPs. You will learn about establishing and confirming specifications, raw materials and finished product testing requirements, laboratory operations, developing GMP-compliant documentation, qualifying suppliers and certificates of analysis, how to handle visits from FDA and get practical tips on addressing the new FDA GMP requirements. Take advantage of the generous Q&A session with presenters who have extensive cGMP backgrounds. With more than 12 hours dedicated course time and the rule now being enforced by FDA, this course will be extremely relevant and valuable for anyone whose job requires a comprehensive understanding of the final FDA GMP rule.

Seminar presenters include:

Cindy Beehner, president, Quality Design Systems

Aaron Secrist, director of quality, Nature’s Way

Natural Products Association staff

See what past attendees have said about the NPA FDA GMP seminar:

“I would absolutely recommend this seminar to others, I was impressed by the knowledge of the speakers and their ability to answer questions”

“It contains good practical advice for complying with the final rule”

“I got so much great information to take back my company to make our SOPs and policies better”

“The seminar content and speaker exceeded my expectations”

“So many folks are confused about the new cGMPs and this seminar helped clarify some of my own confusion”

“Hits the right points!”

Contact Vicki Whitsitt for registration and fee information at (800) 966-6632, ext. 243, or e-mail at [email protected].

You may also register by mail or fax using this form.

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