GDocP – Good Documentation Practices

Course description:

The GDocP – Good Documentation Practices – Training is designed as a classroom session and contains 5 lessons. We use practical case examples to provide insight in the practical application of GDocP. Questions are included to check understanding, and participants are encouraged to ask questions or share comments with the audience. Participants are welcomed to provide examples of “daily business documentation”, in order to discuss them during the session.

This course:

  • Provides overall awareness about GDocP.
  • Helps to understand why GDocP is important.
  • Explains the application of Good Documentation Practices.
  • Provides knowledge on how to generate regulatory compliant documents and records.

Course outline

  • What are Good Documentation Practices (GDocP)?
  • Conventions in Documentation
  • Falsification
  • Signatures and Electronic Signatures
  • Completing Documentation Correctly
  • Summary
  • Knowledge-Check / Exam

Who should attend

All individuals who have a direct or potential impact on the documentation related to products and processes (= the Quality Management System).

Evidence of Completion:

Each participant will have the option to complete a final knowledge-check where 80% of the answers must be correct to get an Evidence of Completion Certificate. Each participant will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

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Date & Time
1 day

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Your Instructor(s)

Leading specialist with long experience of training are guiding you through regulations, guidelines, interpretations, requirements and applications.

Joachim Paap



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