NSF International, UNPA to Host Training Course on Test-Method Selection

June 30, 2011

The training program is designed to provide certification to quality-assurance and quality-control personnel.

As part of its Dietary Supplement Quality Professional Training program, NSF International, together with the United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA), will host a training program on July 12-14 in Oxford, MS, called “Testing Method Selection, Specification Setting, and Equipment Qualification.”

The training program is designed to provide certification to quality-assurance and quality-control personnel. The training integrates relevant aspects of 21 CFR 111, ICH, and USP guidelines, as well as best industry practices. Specifically and practically, the training will address critical aspects of dietary supplement matrix complexity, modern analytic testing tools, specification setting, test method selection (“fit for purpose”), equipment qualification, and more.

For more information, visit www.nsf-dba.com.