5000 S Freeway, Suite 116, Fort Worth, TX 76115

Hands-On GxP Training

Panthera will offer both classroom and interactive, hands-on training, including general onboarding programs. All levels of training, ranging from entry-level to advanced will be offered. The target audience will include academic institutions, career changers, and local companies.

Panthera will also participate in community-based initiatives with the ultimate goal of attracting talent to the pharmaceutical industry while educating them on sustainable career path options. This is an unmet need in the DFW area and Panthera is proud to be the first to market in addressing this.

Interactive, hands-on training is a learning approach that emphasizes active participation and practical experience to enhance knowledge and skills followed by competency assessments. It involves engaging learners through interactive activities, simulations, demonstrations, and real-world application of concepts.

In the context of the pharmaceutical industry, interactive hands-on training can be particularly valuable for tasks that require manual dexterity, critical thinking, and adherence to good manufacturing practices. Here are some key features and benefits of interactive hands-on training in the pharmaceutical industry:

  • Practical Skill Development in activities such as equipment operation, aseptic techniques, sample preparation, formulation, quality testing, and packaging.

  • Active Learning and Engagement where students participate in hands-on exercises, discussions, case studies, and problem-solving activities.

  • Realistic Simulations ranging from scaled-down equipment setups to fully functional mock production lines or laboratories.

  • Immediate Feedback and Correction where trainers can observe participants’ actions, identify errors or inefficiencies, and provide timely guidance for improvement.

  • Team Collaboration and Communication to encourage effective communication and coordination among participants, mirroring real-world pharmaceutical operations where cross-functional collaboration is essential.

  • Risk-Free Learning Environment for learners to make mistakes and learn from them without jeopardizing actual products, equipment, or processes. Learners can practice troubleshooting, problem-solving, and critical decision-making in a risk-free setting, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and learning.

  • Regulatory Compliance where learners gain practical experience in adhering to regulatory requirements, ensuring product quality, and maintaining a compliant manufacturing environment.

  • Enhanced Retention and Application where learners who actively participate in hands-on activities are more likely to remember and apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired during training.

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