Introduction to Pharmaceutical Technology

About the course

This course equips process technicians with the essential skills and knowledge to perform the daily operations in food, pharmaceutical or complementary health products manufacturing industries. The participants will learn about use of automation in manufacturing industries and deepen their hands-on skills to perform manufacturing techniques such as granulation, tabletting and coating.

Who should attend?

  • Working adults who wish to deepen their skills and knowledge in food, pharmaceutical or complementary health products manufacturing industries
  • Individuals who are keen to use pharmaceutical manufacturing as a mean to create prototypes

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Gain an understanding of various technologies commonly employed in food, pharmaceutical or complementary health products manufacturing industries.
  • Perform hands-on laboratory techniques (mixing, weighing), operate equipment (such as tablet press, coating, etc) and conduct tablet quality control tests that are applicable to pharmaceutical related industries. 

Certification

Participants will be awarded the Certificate of Attendance by Republic Polytechnic upon meeting 80% of the attendance.

 

Course Dates

10 October 2019

Course Duration

One day

Course Venue

Republic Polytechnic @ Woodlands 

Full Course Fee (Others) Workfare Training Scheme (WTS)
Singapore Citizens aged 40 & above SME-employed Singapore Citizens & SPR Singapore Citizens aged below 40 OR Singapore PR
$358.45 $23.79
$35.85
$40.54
$107.54

*Skillsfuture Credit approved

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Last updated on 16 May 2019

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If you are still unsure about which course to pursue, please contact our Academy for Continuing Education.  

Fees quoted are inclusive of GST. Republic Polytechnic reserves the right to make changes to the course fees and application closing dates without prior notice. The commencement of each course is subject to a sufficient number of participants. All information is accurate at time of publishing.