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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology

This program will train students in a variety of topics related to the Manufacturing of pharmaceutical dosage forms, using conventional manufacturing processes following cGMP and 21 CRF Regulations.

Program Length

43 weeks (950 hours) instructor-led theoretical and practical
full time training


Hands-on practice in Manufacturing laboratory

Financial Aid

Free financial consultation available.
Financial aid may be available to those who qualify.
Program Description

This program will train students in a variety of topics related to Manufacturing of pharmaceutical dosage forms including tablets, capsules, pellets, suspensions, ointments and creams, using conventional manufacturing processes following cGMP and 21 CRF Regulations. The program offers working knowledge and practical operation of pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment, monitoring process flows, performing tests and recording data. Students will learn and understand the process trains from the time raw materials enter the warehouse including Dispensing through to Manufacturing (Granulation, Compression, Coating, and Encapsulation, including Troubleshooting), Packaging and Documentation until it leaves the warehouse as a finished product.

Admission Requirements

Applicant must have a Grade 12 level or a university degree or a Science college diploma and demonstrated competency in English.

Career Opportunities

After students finished this program, they will apply for positions such as Pharmaceutical Production Technologist, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technician, or Pharmaceutical Compounder in any of these industries:

  • Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology industry
  • Cosmetic industry
  • Food processing industry
  • Chemical products industry
  • Natural health product and Nutraceutical industry

Program Consultation: For further information, email or call the Program Coordinator at 416-821-4876 or 647-996-5876

What is the duration of the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology Program?

The program spans 43 weeks, totaling 950 hours of instruction, covering both theoretical and practical aspects extensively.

Could you explain the practicum aspect of the program?

The program incorporates hands-on training in a manufacturing laboratory, offering practical experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing processes.

Is financial aid available for prospective students?

Yes, financial aid consultations are provided, and eligible candidates may access financial assistance.

What are the admission requirements for the program?

Applicants need a Grade 12 level or equivalent, a university degree, or a science college diploma with demonstrated English proficiency.

What career paths can graduates pursue?

Graduates can seek roles like Pharmaceutical Production Technologist, Manufacturing Technician, or Compounder across pharmaceutical, cosmetic, food, chemical, and natural health product industries.


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