Cleanroom Academy

A clean working environment down to a microscopic level is essential in the pharmaceutical, high-tech and food industries. A minuscule dust particle or micro-organism can have disastrous consequences in a controlled environment (CE) such as a cleanroom or operating theatre. Therefore, only CE-certified
persons are allowed to enter such areas. We train these specialists in the High Tech, Pharmaceutical and Food Industries.

Overview trainings
High Tech Industry

You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour as well as the production process itself cause contamination. Cleanliness in a cleanroom is therefore essential! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired GMP specification, the cleanroom must be professionally cleaned and disinfected.

We currently offer 8 different courses for the ‘High Tech Industry’:

Contents
You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour as well as the production process itself cause contamination. Cleanliness in a cleanroom is therefore essential! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired specification, a great deal is expected of your employees. This cleanroom training is a general introduction and introduces you to the most important topics.

Objective
At the end of the training, your general knowledge of cleanrooms will be increased, and you will be informed both theoretically and practically on the most essential topics.

Target group
The course is intended for directors, supervisors, quality managers as well as anyone who has to do with production in a cleanroom and knows little or nothing about cleanrooms in general.

Programme
1. What is a cleanroom?
2. Why are there cleanrooms?
3. Characteristics of a cleanroom
4. What is the effect of contamination?
5. Classification of cleanrooms
6. Main rules in a cleanroom
7. Dressing procedure
8. How do we measure the result?
9. Getting started practically

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises.
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes.
• Training lasts 1 half day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course.
• This training can also be offered as a refresher training, ask about the possibilities.

Costs
All training courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour as well as the production process itself cause contamination. Cleanliness in a cleanroom is therefore essential! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired specification, the cleanroom must be professionally cleaned. This theoretical cleanroom training includes the theory behind the practice. You will receive information and demonstrations so that you know how and why a cleanroom should be professionally cleaned.

Objective
After the training you will be theoretically informed, and you will be able to critically examine the clean environment. You will gain the necessary knowledge about the way in which you can keep your cleanroom in good condition, and you will learn various techniques that you can use for this.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals, supervisors and quality managers who want to know the theory behind the practice.

Programme
1. What is a cleanroom?
2. Why are there cleanrooms?
3. Characteristics of a cleanroom
4. What is the effect of contamination?
5. Classification of cleanrooms
6. Main rules in a cleanroom
7. Dressing procedure
8. Why do we clean in a cleanroom?
9. What contaminants do we encounter?
10. What is the best way to remove these types of dirt?
11. What materials are available for this?
12. How do we measure the result?
13. Test

General information

  • Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes.
  • Training lasts 2 half-days of 3 hours
  • No previous education is required for this course.
  • After the training and after passing the exam, you will receive a Jans Control Cleanroom Certificate
  • This training can also be offered as a refresher training, ask about the possibilities.

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people
and their behaviour as well as the production process itself cause contamination. Cleanliness in a cleanroom is therefore essential! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired specification, the cleanroom must be professionally cleaned.
Professional cleaning in a cleanroom affects the primary process. The choice of materials and how one cleans is of great importance. During this training, we will get to work with various cleaning techniques and assess the result.

Objective
At the end of the training, the student will be able to properly clean a cleanroom.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals, supervisors and quality managers.

Programme
1. Getting started practically
2. How do we measure the result
3. Why are there cleanrooms
4. Characteristics of a cleanroom
5. What is the effect of contamination
6. Classification of cleanrooms
7. Main rules in a cleanroom
8. Dressing procedure
9. Why do we clean in a cleanroom?
10. What contaminants do we encounter?
11. What is the best way to remove these types of dirt?
12. What materials are available for this
13. How do we measure the result?
14. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• No previous education is required for this course
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• This training works best in combination with the theoretical training but can also be used as a refresher training

Costs
All training courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour as well as the production process itself cause contamination. Cleanliness in a cleanroom is therefore essential! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired specification, the cleanroom must be professionally cleaned. This complete cleanroom training includes theoretical and practical information, practical exercises and demonstrations so that you know how and why a cleanroom should be professionally cleaned.

Objective
After the training, you will be theoretically and practically informed and you will be able to critically examine the clean environment. You will gain the necessary knowledge about the way in which you can keep your cleanroom in good condition through cleaning.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals, directors,
supervisors as well as anyone who has to do
with production in a cleanroom and needs to be aware of all the indicated areas.

Programme
1.
What is a cleanroom?
2. Why are there cleanrooms?
3. Characteristics of a cleanroom
4. What is the effect of contamination?
5. Classification of cleanrooms
6. Main rules in a cleanroom
7. Dressing procedure
8. Why do we clean in a cleanroom?
9. What contaminants do we encounter?
10. How do you clean a clean room?
11. What materials are available for this?
12. How do we measure the result?
13. Getting started practically
14. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 3 half-days of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• After completion of the training and after passing the exam you will receive a Jans Control Cleanroom Certificate
• This training can also be offered as refresher training, ask about the possibilities

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour cause contaminants. Behaviour in a cleanroom is therefore essential to guarantee cleanliness! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired specification, your employees must be aware of the rules of conduct that apply in your cleanroom. This cleanroom training lets you enter a cleanroom in the right way, work in a cleanroom and leave the cleanroom again. Enter, Work and Leave clean!

Objective
After the training, a student is aware of the strict requirements for the behaviour of a cleanroom employee.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone coming into contact with the field of cleanrooms for the first time or whose knowledge needs to be refreshed.

Programme
1. What effect does our behaviour have on the primary production process?
2. What contamination is present?
3. What requirements apply in the cleanroom?
4. How we behave in a cleanroom
– Clothing
– Care
– Communication
– Movement
5. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a test

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour cause contaminants. Behaviour in a cleanroom is therefore essential to guarantee cleanliness! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired specification, your employees must be aware of the changing procedures that apply in your cleanroom. This cleanroom training lets you enter a cleanroom in the right way, work in a cleanroom and leave the cleanroom again. Enter, Work and Leave clean!

Objective
Each participant can put on cleanroom clothing in a responsible way after following the training.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone coming into contact with the field of cleanrooms for the first time and who needs to familiarize themselves with the applicable changing procedure.

Programme
1. Protocol
2. Preparation
3. Changing area
4. Behaviour
5. Entering a cleanroom
6. Changing when leaving the cleanroom
7. Clothing check

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a changing qualification

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
For those who want to know more about working in an ESD safe working environment. An explanation is given about working electrostatically safe and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).

Objective
The training not only improves knowledge and insight into ESD-safe working methods, but also works on awareness of the ever-present static electricity and the need to take measures against it.

Target group
The training is suitable from production employees to managers.

Programme
1.
Static electricity
2. What is ESD?
3. ESD damage to electronics
4. Demonstration of ESD agents and their effects
5. Checking the personal ESD resources
6. Working in an EPA (ESD Protected Area)
7. Misunderstandings and pitfalls

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• The duration of the training depends on the request
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with proof of participation

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
It is very important that your employees implement the theory correctly in practice. In order to guarantee all Jans Control training courses, we offer you on-the-job training in which we test on the training courses offered by Jans Control in practice. By including this training structurally/periodically in your planning, you guarantee that the employees put what they have learned into practice.

Objective
To ensure that the student also puts what has been learned into practice in the periods after the initial training.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone who has followed a training course at Jans Control.

Programme
1. Training on the job
2. Repetition of theory if necessary

General information
• The training takes place at the client’s location
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous training is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a report

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

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Pharmaceutical Industry Operating Room (OR)

Each Operating Room (OR) training is tailor-made for you. Preferences and requirements are mapped out in advance during the first visit. Maintaining cleanliness in an OR is necessary to provide the patient with the safest environment possible. Processes and the presence of people cause contamination and make regular cleaning and disinfection of an OR important.

For the ‘Pharmaceutical Industry Operating Room’, we currently offer 6 different courses:

Contents
Jans Control follows the principles of the infection prevention team from the hospital in question and incorporates them into the training. In addition, the protocols of the relevant hospital, the operating theatre and available resources and materials are leading for the content and structure of this training.

Objective
The aim of this training is to provide the participants as professionals with knowledge and insight about an OT and the associated cleaning methods and details. After following the training, every student can independently clean and
disinfect an OT in accordance with the applicable protocol.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals in an OT environment.

Programme
1. What is an OT?
2. What contaminants are there in an OT?
3. How do we monitor these different contaminants?
4. What main rules are there in an OT?
5. Hygiene, personal and general
6. Cleaning/disinfecting
7. Work programme final cleaning
8. Work program interim cleaning
9. Use of resources and materials
10. Practice exercises
11. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Students have a completed a basic cleaning training
• Training lasts one half-day
• No previous education is required for this course
• After completion of the training and after passing the exam you will receive a Jans Control Certificate
• This training can also be offered as refresher training, ask about the possibilities

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This training covers, in addition to general, mainly theoretical information for performing cleaning and disinfection work in an OT by professional cleaners according to an OT cleaning & disinfection programme. There are practical demonstrations and exercises on the systematic performance of surface cleaning & disinfection of large and small surfaces.

Objective
After the training you will be theoretically informed and you will be able to critically examine the clean OT environment. You will gain the necessary knowledge about the way in which you can keep your OT in good condition, and you will learn various techniques that you can use for this.

Target group
The training is intended for cleaning professionals, supervisors
and quality managers.

Programme
1. What is an OT?
2. What contaminants are there in an OT?
3. What main rules are there in an OT?
4. Cleaning/disinfecting
5. Work programme final cleaning
6. Work program interim cleaning
7. Use of resources and materials
8. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 2 half-days of 3 hours
• Participants have a cleaning basic training diploma
• After completion of the training and after passing the exam you will receive a Jans Control OT Certificate
• This training can also be offered as refresher training, ask for the possibilities

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This training is completely practically oriented. During this training, an OT at Jans Control or at your own location is completely cleaned and disinfected by professional cleaners in accordance with the applicable OT cleaning & disinfection programme. There are practical demonstrations and exercises on the systematic performance of surface cleaning & disinfection of large and small surfaces.

Objective
After the training, a participant is able to properly clean & disinfect an OT.

Target group
The training is intended for cleaning professionals, supervisors
and quality managers.

Programme
1.
What is an OT?
2. What contaminants are there in an OT?
3. What main rules are there in an OT?
4. Cleaning/disinfecting
5. Work programme final cleaning
6. Work program interim cleaning
7. Use of resources and materials
8. Practical exercises
9. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 2 half-days of 3 hours
• Participants have a cleaning basic training diploma
• After completion of the training and after passing the exam you will receive a Jans Control OT Certificate
• This training can also be offered as refresher training, ask for the possibilities

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
By following this basic training, you will understand why these strict requirements are necessary. The OT Behaviour training is a prerequisite for anyone who occasionally or intensively has or will have to do with staying or working in an OT.

Objective
After the training, a participant is aware of the strict requirements for entering an OT.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone coming into contact with the field of OTs for the first time or whose knowledge needs to be refreshed.

Programme
1. What effect does our behaviour have on the primary production process?
2. What contamination is present?
3. What requirements apply in the OT?
4. How do we behave in an OT?
– Clothing
– Care
– Communication
– Movement
– Cleaning aspects
5. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a test

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour cause contaminants. Changing in a cleanroom is therefore essential to guarantee cleanliness! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired GMP specification, your employees must be aware of the changing procedures that apply in your cleanroom. This cleanroom training teaches you the applicable GMP changing procedures in the correct manner and in accordance with your GMP requirements.

The GMP changing procedure can be trained with and without qualification. If you want a qualification, it will be tested whether you are able to complete the changing procedure in a sterile way. The check is done by taking contact plates and having them assessed by a professional laboratory.

Objective
Each participant can put on cleanroom clothing in a responsible way according to the GMP guidelines after following the training.

Target group
The training is intended for anyone coming into contact with the field of operating theatres for the first time and who needs to familiarize themselves with the applicable changing procedure.

Programme
1. Protocol
2. Preparation
3. Changing area
4. Behaviour
5. Entering an OT
6. Changing clothes when leaving the OT
7. Clothing check
8. Sterile gloves

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a changing qualification

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
It is very important that your employees implement the theory correctly in practice. In order to guarantee all Jans Control training courses, we offer you on-the-job training in which we test on the training courses offered by Jans Control in practice. By including this training structurally/periodically in your planning, you guarantee that the employees put what they have learned into practice.

Objective
To ensure that the student also puts what has been learned into practice in the periods after the initial training.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone who has followed a training course at Jans Control.

Programme
1. Training on the job
2. Repetition of theory if necessary

General information
• The training takes place at the client’s location
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous training is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a report

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

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Pharmaceutical Industry Cleanroom

You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour as well as the production process itself cause contamination. Cleanliness in a cleanroom is therefore essential! In order to be able to produce your product within the desired GMP specification, the cleanroom must be professionally cleaned and disinfected.

For the ‘Pharmaceutical Industry Cleanroom’, we currently offer 8 different courses:

Contents
This cleanroom training is a general GMP introduction with cleaning & disinfection as the common thread and introduces you to the most important topics.

Objective
At the end of the training, your general knowledge of cleanrooms and GMP will be increased, and you will be informed both theoretically and practically on the most essential topics.

Target group
The course is intended for directors, supervisors,
quality managers as well as anyone who has to do with production in a cleanroom and who knows little or nothing about cleanrooms in general.

Programme

  1. What is a cleanroom
  2. Why are there cleanrooms
  3. Characteristics of a cleanroom
  4. Cleaning & Disinfection
  5. Classification of cleanrooms
  6. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)
  7. Main rules in a cleanroom
  8. Dressing procedure
  9. How do we measure the result?
  10. Getting started practically

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours•
No previous education is required for this course

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This theoretical cleanroom training includes the theory behind the practice. You will receive information and demonstrations so that you know how and why a cleanroom must be professionally cleaned & disinfected in accordance with GMP guidelines.

Objective
After the training you will be theoretically informed and you will be able to critically examine the clean GMP environment. You will gain the necessary knowledge about the way in which you can keep your cleanroom in good condition, and you will learn various techniques that you can use for this.

Target group
The training is intended for cleaning professionals, supervisors
and quality managers.

Programme

  1. What is a cleanroom
  2. Why are there cleanrooms
  3. Characteristics of a cleanroom
  4. Cleaning & Disinfection
  5. Classification of cleanrooms
  6. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)
  7. Main rules in a cleanroom
  8. Dressing procedure
  9. Why do we clean in a cleanroom?
  10. What contaminants do we encounter?
  11. How do we measure the result?
  12. Test

General information
• Training takes 2 half-days of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• After completion of the training and after passing the exam you will receive a Jans Control GMP Cleanroom Certificate
• This training can also be offered as refresher training, ask about the possibilities

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
Professional cleaning and disinfection in a GMP cleanroom environment affects the primary process. The choice of materials and how one cleans and disinfects is of great importance. During this training we will practically work with different cleaning & disinfection techniques and assess the result.

Objective
After the training, a student is able to clean & disinfect
a cleanroom correctly and in accordance with GMP.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals, supervisors
and quality managers.

Programme

  1. Getting started practically
  2. Cleaning & Disinfection
  3. Classification of cleanrooms
  4. Main rules in a cleanroom
  5. Dressing procedure
  6. What contaminants do we encounter?
  7. What is the best way to remove these types of dirt?
  8. What materials are available for this
  9. How do we measure the result?
  10. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 2 half-days of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is best in combination with the theoretical training but can also be used as a refresher training

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This complete GMP cleanroom cleaning & disinfection training includes theoretical and practical information, practical exercises
and demonstrations so that you know how and why a cleanroom should be professionally cleaned.

Objective
After the training, you will be theoretically and practically informed and you will be able to critically examine the clean GMP environment. You will gain the necessary knowledge about the way in which you can keep your cleanroom in good condition.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals, directors, supervisors, product/process developers, quality managers as well as anyone who has to do with production in a cleanroom and needs to be aware of all the indicated areas.

Programme

  1. What is a cleanroom
  2. Why are there cleanrooms
  3. Characteristics of a cleanroom
  4. Cleaning & Disinfection
  5. Classification of cleanrooms
  6. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)
  7. Main rules in a cleanroom
  8. Dressing procedure
  9. Why do we clean in a cleanroom?
  10. What contaminants do we encounter?
  11. What materials are available for this
  12. How do we measure the result?
  13. Getting started practically
  14. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 4 half-days of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• After completion of the training and after passing the exam you will receive a Jans Control GMP Cleanroom Certificate
• This training can also be offered as refresher training, ask about the possibilities

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This cleanroom training lets you enter a cleanroom in the correct manner and in accordance with your GMP requirements, work in a cleanroom and leave the cleanroom again. Enter, Work and Leave clean!

Objective
After the training, the student is aware of the
strict requirements for entering a GMP cleanroom.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone coming into contact with the field of cleanrooms for the first time or whose knowledge needs to be refreshed.

Programme

  1. What effect does our behaviour have on the primary production process?
  2. What contamination is present?
  3. What requirements apply in the GMP cleanroom?
  4. How we behave in a GMP cleanroom
    1. Clothing
    2. Care
    3. Communication
    4. Movement
  5. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a test

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This cleanroom training teaches you the applicable GMP changing procedures in the correct manner and in accordance with your GMP requirements. The GMP changing procedure can be trained with and without qualification. If you want a qualification, it will be tested whether you are able to perform the changing procedure in a sterile way.
The check is done by taking contact plates and having them assessed by a professional laboratory.

Objective
Each participant can put on cleanroom clothing in a responsible way according to the GMP guidelines after following the training.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone coming into contact with the field of cleanrooms for the first time and who needs to familiarize themselves with the applicable changing procedure.

Programme

  1. Protocol
  2. Preparation
  3. Changing area
  4. Behaviour
  5. Entering a cleanroom
  6. Changing when leaving the cleanroom
  7. Clothing check
  8. Sterile gloves

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms where you can practice.
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes.
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours.
• No previous education is required for this course.
• This training is concluded with a changing qualification.

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
You have a cleanroom to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour cause contaminants. To provide insight into microbiological contamination, microbiological samples must be taken that can be analysed by a laboratory. Jans Control works closely with Sure Laboratories in Helmond and can therefore train your employees as well as analysing/reporting your samples.

Objective
After this training, the trainees are able to individually and qualitatively
Take microbiological samples:
• Contact sampling•
Personnel monitoring•
Active/Passive air sampling

Target group
The course is intended for anyone who wants to apply environmental monitoring.

Programme
• Surface monitoring
• Personnel monitoring
• Particle counting•
Active air sampling•
Passive air sampling

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a test

Costs
All trainings are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
It is very important that your employees implement the theory correctly in practice. In order to guarantee all Jans Control training courses, we offer you on-the-job training in which we test on the training courses offered by Jans Control in practice. By including this training structurally/periodically in your schedule, you guarantee that the employees put what they have learned into practice.

Objective
To ensure that the student also puts what has been learned into practice in the periods after the initial training.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone who has followed a training course at Jans Control.

Programme
• Training on the job
• Repetition of theory if necessary

General information
• The training takes place at the client’s location
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous training is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a report

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

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Food Industry

You have a high care room or area to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour as well as the production process itself cause contamination. Cleanliness in a high care area is therefore essential!

Contents
This cleanroom training is a general controlled environment introduction with cleaning & disinfection as the common thread and introduces you to the most important topics.

Objective
At the end of the training, your general knowledge of cleaning and disinfection will be increased, and you will be informed both theoretically and practically on the most essential topics.

Target group
The course is intended for directors, supervisors, quality managers as well as anyone involved in production in the food industry.

Programme
1. What is a controlled environment
2. Why are there controlled environments
3. Characteristics of a controlled environment
4. Cleaning & Disinfection
5. Classification of controlled environment
6. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)
7. Main rules in a controlled environment
8. Dressing procedure
9. How do we measure the result?
10. Getting started practically

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This theoretical cleanroom training includes the theory behind the practice. You will receive information and demonstrations so that you know how and why a controlled environment must be professionally cleaned & disinfected in accordance with the guidelines.

Objective
After the training you will be theoretically informed and you will be able to critically examine the clean environment. You will gain the necessary knowledge about the way in which you can keep your controlled environment in good condition, and you will learn various techniques that you can use for this.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals, supervisors and quality managers.

Programme
1. What is a controlled environment
2. Why are there controlled environments
3. Characteristics of a controlled environment
4. Cleaning & Disinfection
5. Classification of controlled environment
6. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)
7. Main rules in a controlled environment
8. Dressing procedure
9. Why do we clean in a controlled environment?
10. What contaminants do we encounter?
11. How do we measure the result?
12. Test

General information
• Training takes 2 half-days of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• After completion of the training and after passing the exam you will receive a Jans Control controlled environment Certificate
• This training can also be offered as refresher training, ask about the possibilities

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
Professional cleaning and disinfection in a controlled environment affects the primary process. The choice of materials and how one cleans and disinfects is of great importance. During this training we will practically work with different cleaning & disinfection techniques and assess the result.

Objective
After the training, the student is able to clean & disinfect a controlled environment correctly and in accordance with GMP.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals, supervisors and quality managers.

Programme
1. Getting started practically
2. Cleaning & Disinfection
3. Classification of controlled environment
4. Main rules in a controlled environment
5. Dressing procedure
6. What contaminants do we encounter?
7. What is the best way to remove these types of dirt?
8. What materials are available for this
9. How do we measure the result?
10. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 2 half-days of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is best in combination with the theoretical training but can also be used as a refresher training

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This complete controlled environment cleaning & disinfection training includes theoretical and practical information, practical exercises
and demonstrations so that you know how and why a controlled environment should be professionally cleaned.

Objective
After the training, you will be theoretically and practically informed and you will be able to critically examine the clean controlled environment. You will gain the necessary knowledge about the way in which you can keep your controlled environment in good condition.

Target group
The course is intended for cleaning professionals, directors, supervisors, product/process developers, quality managers as well as anyone who has to do with production in a controlled environment and needs to be aware of all the indicated areas.

Programme
1. What is a controlled environment
2. Why are there controlled environments
3. Characteristics of a controlled environment
4. Cleaning & Disinfection
5. Classification of controlled environment
6. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)
7. Main rules in a controlled environment
8. Dressing procedure
9. Why do we clean in a controlled environment?
10. What contaminants do we encounter?
11. What materials are available for this
12. How do we measure the result?
13. Getting started practically
14. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 4 half-days of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• After completion of the training and after passing the exam you will receive a Jans Control controlled environment Certificate
• This training can also be offered as refresher training, ask about the possibilities

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This controlled environment training lets you enter, work in and leave a controlled environment in the correct manner and in accordance with your GMP requirements. Enter, Work and Leave clean!

Objective
After the training, the student is aware of the strict requirements for entering a controlled environment.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone coming into contact with the field of controlled environments for the first time or whose knowledge needs to be refreshed.

Programme
1. What effect does our behaviour have on the primary production process?
2. What contamination is present?
3. What requirements apply in the controlled environment?
4. How do we behave in a controlled environment
– Clothing
– Care
– Communication
– Movement
5. Test

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a test

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
This controlled environment training teaches you the applicable changing procedures in the correct manner and in accordance with your requirements. The changing procedure can be offered with and without qualification. If you want a qualification, it will be tested whether you are able to perform the changing procedure in a sterile way.
The check is done by taking contact plates and having them assessed by a professional laboratory.

Objective
Each participant can put on cleanroom clothing in a responsible way according to your own guidelines after following the training.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone coming into contact with the field of controlled environments for the first time and who needs to familiarize themselves with the applicable changing procedure.

Programme
1. Protocol
2. Preparation
3. Changing area
4. Behaviour
5. Entering a controlled environment
6. Changing clothes when leaving a controlled environment
7. Clothing check
8. Sterile gloves

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms where you can practice
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a changing qualification

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
You have a controlled environment to provide maximum protection for your products against sources of contamination. The presence of people and their behaviour cause contaminants. To provide insight into microbiological contamination, microbiological samples must be taken that can be analysed by a laboratory. Jans Control works closely with Sure Laboratories in Helmond and can therefore train your employees as well as analysing/reporting your samples.

Objective
After this training, the trainees are able to individually and qualitatively
Take microbiological samples:
• Contact sampling
• Personnel monitoring
• Active/Passive air sampling

Target group
The course is intended for anyone who wants to apply environmental monitoring.

Programme
1. Surface monitoring
2. Personnel monitoring
3. Particle counting
4. Active air sampling
5. Passive air sampling

General information
• The Jans Control location has various rooms for practice exercises
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous education is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a test

Costs
All trainings are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

Contents
It is very important that your employees implement the theory correctly in practice. In order to guarantee all Jans Control training courses, we offer you on-the-job training in which we test on the training courses offered by Jans Control in practice. By including this training structurally/periodically in your schedule, you guarantee that the employees put what they have learned into practice.

Objective
To ensure that the student also puts what has been learned into practice in the periods after the initial training.

Target group
The course is intended for anyone who has followed a training course at Jans Control.

Programme
1. Training on the job
2. Repetition of theory if necessary

General information
• The training takes place at the client’s location
• Each training is customized and tailored to your wishes
• Training lasts 1 half-day of 3 hours
• No previous training is required for this course
• This training is concluded with a report

Costs
All courses are tailor-made for you; request a quote for the costs.

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