Training and Coaching
Each of our Tiger Team members has extensive experience in one or more disciplines in healthcare product development, registration and commercial production.
2 Bridge wants to share this experience with other healthcare professionals, students and people entering the healthcare industry.
We offer coaching and training, both on-site and off-site. Training sessions can be tailored to the needs of our clients and can be organized as webinars or workshops.
2 Bridge is KMO-portefeuille- certified. We can offer significant reduction in cost of trainings given to other KMOs (Belgian small to mid-sized companies). Please contact us at email@example.com for more information on requirements to qualify for cost reductions.
What people say
‘Examples of fitting real-life experiences and in-depth knowledge of the subjects’
Key Considerations in Health Care Product Development - April 2018Do you also observe that an insufficient knowledge on the Health Care Product Development process hampers the interactions with and appreciation of colleagues, business partners and members of a collaboration? We noticed many players in the health care field do not have sufficient key insights and connections in the industrial development process. And we also noticed that an introductory one-day course from a Life Sciences Industry perspective was missing in the existing training offer. Therefore we took the initiative to develop such a course as part of the Open Innovation strategy of the Janssen Campus Belgium to strengthen the regional Life Sciences ecosystem. The objective is that participants will gain insight in the essential steps in the industrial Health Care Development process, the partners and expertise needed, and which are the key considerations.
ICH-Q3D training - March 2016On March 8th, 2016, VAPI-UPIP co-organised a free seminar on the recently implemented ICH Q3D guideline on elemental impurities at the OMC (Open Manufacturing Campus) in Turnhout. The following topics were covered in this seminar:
- Presentation of the scope and content of the guideline, as well as the risk assessment approaches and control strategies to be followed (2 Bridge)
- Discussion on analytical methodology and approaches to method verification/validation when testing elemental impurities (Toxikon)
- A case study that presents possible approaches to risk assessments and control strategies (Expert team)
- A panel discussion with team of experts and representative of FAGG/AFMPS