GVP Auditor Training

Why are GVP Auditors required?

Ensuring the safety and efficacy of medicines both before and after marketing authorisation is a basic, fundamental responsibility, and this process is governed through the mandatory implementation of Good Pharmacovigilance Practices (GVP).

Adherence to GVP and other regulatory requirements is monitored through auditing and/or inspections, and that requires the specialist role of Good Pharmacovigilance Practice (GVP) auditor, responsible for the comprehensive review and assessment of drug safety data and PV systems.

GVP Auditors are extensively trained, and updated, to ensure compliance with international regulatory standards, both to safeguard public health and safety, and companies from the potential legal and financial repercussions of non-compliance.

Entrust iVigee with your GVP Auditor training needs.

iVigee’s GVP Auditor Training team includes experienced professionals from Marketing Authorization Holders (MAHs), regulatory authorities, and PV service providers, offering a wide and balanced perspective on pharmacovigilance practices and practical GVP audit requirements. And through our world leading iViReg global Regulatory Intelligence platform our training incorporates the latest regulatory standards and expectations from over 90 countries.

All our training modules are fully customisable, designed to meet the specific needs of any audit scenario. This flexibility ensures that participants are equipped with the knowledge and skills relevant to their unique operational contexts. They include practical exercises and case studies derived from real-world scenarios, enhancing understanding and the application of GVP principles in real audit situations.

iVigee’s training methodology emphasizes interaction and engagement, facilitating a deeper understanding of complex GVP concepts through group discussions and Q&A sessions. Participants receive certification upon completion, recognising their competency in GVP auditing, which can enhance their professional development and credibility in the field.