WELCOME BACK TO THE BETC
The BETC is thrilled to announce the return of
here at our facility. The safety of our students, staff, and instructors remains a top priority. We have established safety protocols including face-coverings and social distancing procedures. (Please note: these may differ slightly from current guidelines related to other WPI facilities.) in-person trainings
Face coverings: Everyone will need to wear a mask at all times when indoors (including staff/instructors).
In-person trainings will be designed to allow for social distancing as much as possible; instructors are encouraged to promote social distancing.
The foundation of our programs reply on relevant, hands-on, skills-based training for the biomanufacturing industry and we look forward to having you back.
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Small Scale Processing Lab
Large Scale Processing Lab
2021-2022 TRAINING SCHEDULE
Hybrid, Customized Professional Development for your Company
Hybrid Trainings – New!
A mix of live (remote) and online, hybrid courses offer trainees the opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussion with our instructors during lab demonstrations and classroom lectures.
C ustomized Trainings for Your Company Trainees:
The BETC team will work with you to identify specific topics, techniques, and discussion points to include in the training and our team tailors its delivery approach to satisfy those needs.
The BETC can offer live, remote training for the following topics:
For more information email:
Senior Manager, Healthcare Corporate Partnerships Catherine Bouthillier,
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Online Professional Development for Individual Participants
Learn when it’s convenient for you with our online, self-paced courses.
Introduction to Biomanufacturing Processing – ENROLL!
Convenient and self-paced, this course is designed to introduce participants to the exciting field of Biomanufacturing. We emphasize the many process steps necessary for biologics manufacturing. The course is organized by two major process operations, with sufficient detail within each process to establish a high-level understanding of how these substances are produced.
Available online: Enroll Today!
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This year, our project management skills have been put to the test! Most are still working from home and are having to adapt to a new way of conducting business. Does your company need a refresh? Get up to speed with WPI’s suite of Project Management workshops. Learn how to increase project efficiencies, strategies to ensure budget commitments, and reducing deadline dates.
Free – Virtual Forum
BioPharma Manufacturing in Massachusetts: A Talent Powerhouse Continues to Fuel Growth
Floyd Brownewell, PhD, Professor of Practice, The Biomanufacturing Education & Training Center at WPI, and other leaders in the biopharma industry and higher education discuss current talent development assets, share initiatives to grow talent, and look to the future as the industry continues its growth in Massachusetts.
Free On-Demand Webinar Series
Quality & Reliability for Biomanufacturing Success
Join leading industry experts as they dive into two important topics for biomanufacturing professionals:
Quality by Design
Quality and reliability are important to many industries. However, in biomanufacturing, they are particularly critical for delivering consistency in production when the stakes are high. In these two webinars, you will get a high-level overview of the benefits of implementing best practices into processes and controls in the lab.
Tracking Single-Use & Scale-Up Best Practices
Led by three biotechnology experts, this webinar series offers insight to the state-of-the-art in biopharmaceutical production. Learn about recent advances in single-use technology and their applications upstream and downstream. Gain an overview of current best practices for scale-up and production using microbial, insect and mammalian cell culture systems.
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