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 19th July 2010 Natoli Engineering Company Inc

NATOLI ANNOUNCES NEW, HANDS-ON TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSE Challenges in Tablet Manufacturing and QC/QA

SAINT CHARLES, MO - Natoli Engineering Company, Inc. has developed a new, hands-on technical training course, Challenges in Tablet Manufacturing and QC/QA, set to take place August 10-12, 2010 at Natoli’s state-of-the-art Technical Training Center in St. Charles, MO. The new three-day course was developed using the latest techniques, theories and processes to train individuals involved with the design, formulation, manufacture, and quality control/quality assurance of pharmaceutical tablets.

Topics will be presented by world-renowned industry expert Dr. Adel Sakr, Crystal Dixon, and Natoli’s own diverse staff of experienced specialists. A well-balanced blend of hands-on exercises, presentations and class discussions will focus on topics such as methods of tablet manufacturing; characteristics of tablet components and additives; quality control and quality assurance; bioavailability and bioequivalence; tablet design, formulation, manufacture and coating; as well as tablet presses, punches and dies, tool polishing and more. “One of the great advantages of Natoli technical training courses is that the classes are small and personal, resulting in a more valuable learning experience,” stated Cammi Grittini, Corporate Events Coordinator, Natoli Engineering Company, Inc. She also added “No topic goes uncovered. If an attendee feels that an issue was overlooked or under-explored, they have the opportunity to discuss such topics further during the class discussions that follow each presentation.”

Dedicated to educating the pharmaceutical industry, the Natoli Technical Training Center is the first non-commercial training center dedicated solely to the tablet compression industry. The center’s curriculum is structured around hands-on training, theories, case studies, processes and techniques of tablet compression.


 

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