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FDAnews Announces -- Early Bird Pricing Ends on Oct. 16 for Conducting Advanced Root Cause Analysis and CAPA Investigations Nov. 13-14, 2019 Philadelphia, PA

CAPA failures show up in half of all warning letters. Register today for this 2-day CAPA workshop.

FALLS CHURCH, Va., Oct. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Conducting Advanced Root Cause Analysis and CAPA Investigations:
Critical Thinking Skills and Innovative Techniques
to Improve Inspections
An FDAnews Workshop
Nov. 13-14, 2019Philadelphia, PA
www.fdanews.com/capapc

Early bird pricing for Conducting Advanced Root Cause Analysis CAPA Investigations ends on Oct. 16.
Dear FDA-Regulated Executive,
CAPA failures show up in about half of all FDA 483s and warning letters – year after year after year. Everyone knows the stats, and yet the FDA warning letters keep coming.
Sometimes, the greatest threat to compliance is overconfidence.
So, we've worked with a renowned expert to build a CAPA workshop with some breakthrough CAPA-solving ideas. Our workshop agenda is unusual in a couple of ways.
Imagine:
- Two-day meeting in a small room with QA manager. It will be fun, it will make one think and it will be hard work.
- The chance to listen to other participants share their experiences solving CAPA issues and have the opportunity to ask detailed questions about different situations.
- Leaving the meeting with the REAL tools that you need to solve real-world problems: charts, guides, reading lists, FDA regs and guidances and recent 483s.

Come to Philadelphia this November for two days of intense CAPA training sponsored by FDAnews. Under the guidance of a nationally recognized CAPA expert, attendees will discover new paths to improved CAPA compliance ... dispel mystifying myths and misunderstandings... and set oneself up for better relations with the FDA and global regulators too.

• Get up to speed on key CAPA regulatory requirements both at home and abroad
• Clear away the barriers in executing your CAPA procedures
• Gain start-to-finish discipline in opening and closing CAPAs to avoid triggering warning letters

The CAPA coach, Jim Vesper, has guided thousands of individuals through CAPA. With more than 25 years of experience in GMP and investigation training, he's seen every problem and answered every question one may have.

Come ready to work, hard. We've set a tough schedule — two full days of intensive training.
This course comes with a ton of valuable working materials — charts, guides, reading lists, FDA regs/guidances/manuals, recent Forms 483 with pitfalls to avoid. It forms the basis of a course attendees can set up at home, to train enforcement staff and new hires on ones own.CAPA doesn't go away, so why not get it right? Register today to enhance ones skills ... and acquire new ones.

Early bird pricing ends on Wednesday, Oct. 16.

Webinar Details:
Conducting Advanced Root Cause Analysis and CAPA Investigations:
Critical Thinking Skills and Innovative Techniques
to Improve Inspections
An FDAnews Workshop
Nov. 13-14, 2019Philadelphia, PA 
www.fdanews.com/capapc

Tuition:
Early Bird Pricing: $1,697 (available until Oct. 16, 2019)
Regular Pricing: $1,897 (after Oct. 16, 2019)
Significant team discounts are available.

Easy Ways to Register:
Online: www.fdanews.com/capapc

By phone: 888-838-5578 or 703-538-7600

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