Life Sciences/Biotechnology Workshops for Industry Professionals
The Northern California Bay Area Biotechnology Center (NCBC) is offering training workshops for life sciences/biotechnology industry employers and employees. The training is designed to enhance skills in various topics relating to biotechnology, biomedical, medical devices, diagnostics, pharmaceutical, and other areas. The workshops are taught by industry professionals with extensive hands-on experience. All workshops have interactive activities, hands-on applications and/or practice. Laboratory activities are performed in state-of-the-art, well-equipped labs.
In the last five years, the Northern California Bay Area Biotechnology Center has trained over 1,500 industry professionals from more than 200 companies. See our Clients and Testimonials.
- PCR-RT (PDF), June 1-2
- Understanding Quality System Regulations - Medical Devices (PDF), June 2-3
- Applied Statistics for QA/QC, Mfg. and R&D - Basic (PDF), June 9
- Applied Statistics for QA/QC, Mfg. and R&D - Intermediate (PDF), June 10
- Applied Statistics for QA/QC, Mfg. and R&D - Advanced (PDF), June 11
Note: More workshops will be added in the summer. Contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For workshop content information select a workshop title above. Short instructor biographies can be found at Bios for Life Sciences/Biotechnology Workshop Instructors (PDF).
Workshops require a registration fee. You must register online at Ohlone College Community Education Registration.
Please see Registration Information for Life Sciences/Biotechnology Workshops (PDF) for important information about space limitations, cancellations, and refunds.
Laboratory workshops have limited space, so register early. Deadline to register is the day before the start of the workshop.
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ife Sciences/Biotechnology Workshops for Industry Professionals are sponsored by the Northern California Bay Area Biotechnology Center at Ohlone College in partnership with the Life Sciences/Biotechnology initiative of the California Community Colleges Chancellors’ Office of Workforce and Economic Development.
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