How Suppliers And Biomanufactures Can Collaborate On Knowledge Transfer And Training
Deployment of single-use technologies (SUT) has accelerated greatly over the last few years. In addition to supply chain issues, this rapid pace of adoption at the commercial scale has led to a shortage of operators trained in the handling, installation and use of disposable production systems. Knowledge transfer regarding how to use SUT must be achieved in a rapid and scalable manner to enable the workforce to successfully operate GMP-compliant, aseptic, single-use bioprocesses.
This webinar, presented jointly by Lonza and Pall Corporation, is a case study showcasing how a SUT supplier and a biomanufacturer can successfully work together to create an effective training program.
During the session we discuss:
Key characteristics of adult learning
- Different learning methods and benefits: digital technologies such as virtual classes, e-training programs and virtual reality, as well as face-to-face courses and hands-on practice
- How Lonza have improved their training effectiveness, while reducing training costs and accelerating learning for new employees
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