Introduction to Bioprocessing (Online) - English

Sep 06, 2024


Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
902-370-4766
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Bioprocessing introduces the biopharmaceutical industry and its associated processing principles and techniques to individuals looking to enhance their knowledge of the industry.

Remaining places : 20

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Introduction to Bioprocessing

Sep 10, 2024


Montreal
4100, rue Molson, bureau 120
Montréal, QC, H1Y 3N1
Canada

Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
902-367-4766
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Bioprocessing introduces the biopharmaceutical industry and its associated processing principles and techniques to individuals looking to enhance their knowledge of the industry.

Remaining places : 9

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Introduction to Downstream Processing - English

From Sep 25 to Sep 26 2024


Charlottetown
Charlottetown, CA_PE
Canada

Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
902-370-4766
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Downstream Processing includes both hands-on practical and lecture components covering topics including clarification, ultrafiltration/diafiltration, viral clearance, and chromatography. Course trainees will be introduced to the basics of filtration and chromatography in a theory session before building on this knowledge and performing these operations using a practical component.

Remaining places : 10

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Introduction to Single-use Technologies - French

From Nov 04 to Nov 05 2024


Montreal
Montreal, QC
Canada

Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
514-529-5504
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Single-use Technologies is designed to complement CASTL’s in-person Introduction to Bioprocessing course and will highlight the technologies that can be implemented in upstream and downstream processing. Trainees gain hands on experience of common disposable technologies used in bioprocessing operations including bioreactors, connects/disconnects, tube welders and sealers, and disposable chromatography columns. Trainees will be exposed to strategies in implementing single use components, the regulation, and risk management around leachable and extractable studies.

Remaining places : 10

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Introduction to Downstream Processing - French

From Nov 07 to Nov 08 2024


Montreal, QC
Canada

Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
514-529-5504
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Downstream Processing includes both hands-on practical and lecture components covering topics including clarification, ultrafiltration/diafiltration, viral clearance, and chromatography. Course trainees will be introduced to the basics of filtration and chromatography in a theory session before building on this knowledge and performing these operations using a practical component.

Remaining places : 10

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Introduction to Fill-finish - English

From Nov 13 to Nov 14 2024


Charlottetown, CA_PE
Canada

Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
902-370-4766
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Fill-Finish provides an introductory overview to current aseptic techniques related to working in an aseptic filling environment. This program provides both an introduction to contamination control, environmental monitoring, filter integrity testing and filling systems, and hands-on interaction with RABs units while conducting glove integrity tests, media fills and troubleshooting.

Remaining places : 10

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Introduction to Single-use Technologies - English

From Nov 25 to Nov 26 2024


Charlottetown, CA_PE
Canada

Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
902-370-4766
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Single-use Technologies is designed to complement CASTL’s in-person Introduction to Bioprocessing course and will highlight the technologies that can be implemented in upstream and downstream processing. Trainees gain hands on experience of common disposable technologies used in bioprocessing operations including bioreactors, connects/disconnects, tube welders and sealers, and disposable chromatography columns. Trainees will be exposed to strategies in implementing single use components, the regulation, and risk management around leachable and extractable studies.

Remaining places : 10

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Introduction to Upstream Theory & Practical - French

From Nov 25 to Nov 28 2024


Montreal, QC
Canada

Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
514-529-5504
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Upstream Processing includes both hands-on practical and theory components covering cell vial thaw, aseptic techniques, cell counting, metabolic analysis, scale up, and bioreactor operation. Equipment such as wave bag reactors, stirred-tank reactors, as well as single-use bioreactors will all be utilized to reflect the current state of biopharmaceutical manufacturing technology.

Remaining places : 10

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Introduction to Bioprocessing (Online) - English

Nov 29, 2024


Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
902-370-4766
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Bioprocessing introduces the biopharmaceutical industry and its associated processing principles and techniques to individuals looking to enhance their knowledge of the industry.

Remaining places : 20

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Introduction to Single-use Technologies - English

From Dec 12 to Dec 13 2024


Charlottetown
Charlottetown, CA_PE
Canada

Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences
info@castlcanada.ca

Introduction to Single-use Technologies is designed to complement CASTL’s in-person Introduction to Bioprocessing course and will highlight the technologies that can be implemented in upstream and downstream processing. Trainees gain hands on experience of common disposable technologies used in bioprocessing operations including bioreactors, connects/disconnects, tube welders and sealers, and disposable chromatography columns. Trainees will be exposed to strategies in implementing single use components, the regulation, and risk management around leachable and extractable studies.

Remaining places : 10

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