immerscio.bio immersive and digital curriculums now hosted on NOA
NIBRT Online Academy (NOA) is happy to host a selection of new bioproduction training programmes developed by our collaborative partner immerscio.bio.
These courses incorporate the latest digital training tools including virtual and augmented reality for an immersive learning experience. Learners will benefit from a range of training options, including digital (e-learning, serious games or virtual reality) and practical experiences in virtual or augmented reality .
Currently, NOA is hosting two immerscio.bio curriculums – Environment of the Bioproduction Factory and USP (Upstream Process) in cGMP.
Environment of the Bioproduction Factory
This course consists of seven online training modules (a serious game, virtual and augmented reality) and a final evaluation module on an on-site case study.
The aim of the first module is to understand the impact of bioproduction on biotherapy; the second to understand how to access an aseptic industrial environment; and the third to understand the behaviours to adopt in this environment. In the following module learners will have a virtual implementation. The next two modules, which are more technical, are based on data and digital technology. The last module is a practical simulation exercise on a technical platform for the final evaluation.
USP (Upstream Process) in cGMP
This course consists of six online training modules (a serious game, virtual and augmented reality) and a final evaluation module on an on-site case study.
The aim of the first module is to understand the impact of bioproduction on biotherapy; the second to understand how USP processes and good practices related to the industrial environment are developed; and the third to understand the microbiological risks during the purification process. The following modules detail all the checks to be performed throughout the purification process, then the importance of noting and retaining the data. This is followed by the last module, which is a practical simulation exercise on the different technologies for developing the USP DownStream Process (DSP).
To explore these curriculums, visit noa.nibrt.ie and search for immerscio.bio curriculum. Please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to learn more.