IEH Academy

Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) Training

Course details

Self-Paced eLearning

9.99 per course

15 mins per course

Dr. George Baker

Current Good Manufacturing Practices online training. Learn hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls as part of the implementation of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

Training for Good Manufacturing Practices

Explore the application of Personnel requirements of 21CFR Part 17 in a food processing facility.

Learn about regulations associated with Plant and Grounds and how to appropriately handle regulatory requirements.

Learn how to apply cGMP requirements for Warehousing & Distribution in a food production environment.

Apply current Good Manufacturing Practices from 21CFR Part 117 Subpart B for Equipment handling and utensils in a food processing facility.

Identify the application and management of sanitary operations to ensure regulatory compliance.

Explore sanitary facilities and controls and learn how 21CFR and other standards strengthen procedures in a food processing facility.

Apply current Good Manufacturing Practices for Processes and Controls based on the requirements of 21CFR Part 117.

Strengthen understanding of cGMP use and application for Defect Action Levels in food production.

Benefits and Learning Objectives

This set of eight 15-minute, self-paced online courses will cover the general requirements (manufacturing, processing, packing, and holding operations), raw materials, and other ingredients, as well as the manufacturing operations. The courses will use real-life examples to help participants understand how to implement and enforce cGMP requirements in a food processing facility.

Following Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) helps to ensure the safety of food. In September 2015, the FDA modernized the cGMPs and established them in new Part 117 (21 CFR Part 117), along with new requirements for hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls, which were issued as part of the implementation of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). cGMP regulations generally address matters, including appropriate personal hygienic practices, the design and construction of a food plant, maintenance of plant grounds, plant equipment, sanitary operations, facility sanitation, and production and process controls during the production of food.

Individuals who complete this course can do the following:

  • Apply Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) requirements from 21CFR in a food processing facility
  • Explain and justify the use of cGMP requirements
  • Identify areas within the food production plant where procedures are involved with the cGMP regulation

Available Current Good Manufacturing Practices/cGMP Modules

Who Should Take this Course?

  • Food Production Employees
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • Production Personnel
  • Line Managers
  • Line Supervisors
  • Quality Control Technicians
  • Quality Control Supervisors
  • Quality Control Managers
  • Plant Engineers
  • QA Technicians
  • System Operators

Registration and Payment

To register for this course, please visit our training portal.

Meet the Instructor

Dr. George Baker