since long I have been wondering what would be a reasonable training path for a person who is new in his role as a QA. I know that some of the topics one must learn are specific to the field in which the company, one is working, operates. Nonetheless, many other topics are pretty general topics.
In university and/or college you will not receive much or any education on the topics relevant to a QA role.
So I was thinking starting out with some basics like knowing what GMP, GDocP, etc is about would be a good start.
Then getting to know the relevant regulations but here already the question arises, how deep do you need to know the regulations ? Is it enough to know what each one is about and have a general overview of its contents, or do you require really deep knowledge about the content ? From there on, how would you proceed, so:
- Basic knowledge GMP, GDocP, Validation, etc
- Regulations (Deep knowledge vs knowing what its about)
I am really interested in your opinions and would be happy if we could have a good conversation / discussion on that.
Looking forward hearing from you!