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training courses

Computational / in silico toxicology is a rapidly developing discipline. If you are looking to build or to enhance your skills in predicting chemical toxicity, including how the methods are applied and assessed, you can choose one of our learning opportunities.


tutor-assisted eLearning

NAMs - Use and application of QSAR and read-across

This is an extensive 16 hour course for regulatory and screening applications. The theory lectures are coupled with detailed case studies using software from 10 different freely available tools and 29 home exercises


This course is tutor-assisted with two personal one-to-one meetings with the tutor and unlimited email access for answering questions.

This course is recognized by EUROTOX as providing 12.5 hours of education for continuing professional development

£ 820



Company specific courses:
NAMs - Use and applications of QSAR and read-across and / or
Using the OECD QSAR Toolbox

The company specific course is ideally for 5-10 attendees. 


The course can be modified to include relevant topics to the sponsor company including the chemistry and toxicology endpoints.

The company specific course allows the attendees the freedom to ask confidential questions to the tutor.

from £ 5,900


tutor-assisted eLearning

Navigating the OECD QSAR ToolBox

This course covers the use of the different interfaces and modules in the OECD QSAR Toolbox.


This course is for attendees already familiar with the theory of QSAR and how to build a read-across strategy or have completed the "NAMs - use and application of QSAR and read-across" course.

This course is tutor-assisted with personal meetings with the tutor and unlimited email access for answering questions.

Launching October 2023

£ 820

add-on courses

Once you have an understanding of QSAR and read-across, the modules below have been designed to enhance your knowledge within specific areas of in silico toxicology. There will be no or minimal repetition of course material from the core training program.



ICH M7 applications for drug impurities and extractables & leachables

Course covers an introduction to the applications of in silico methods used for mutagenicity for drug impurities and extractables and leachables.

This is available as a bespoke course for companies solely interested in E&L and ICH M7

Suitable for toxicologists new to this subject as well as analytical and process chemists

from £ 600


video-streamed / on-site

Bespoke Course

After signing a non-disclosure agreement, we take your real-life case studies and design a course illustrating the best way to data gap fill using in silico toxicology.

Typically these course are video-streamed using Zoom. However there is also the option for an on-site delivery.

Recordings of the session and PowerPoint notes will provide reference material for future similar case studies.

Alternatively ad hoc in silico toxicology consultancy can be provided via our Expert Advice Service.

from £3,250

other custom training for in silico toxicology

The content for the courses will be reviewed to meet individual client requirements and the training can be delivered at any location that best suits the client. Contact us at to discuss your needs.

What is (Q)SAR and read-across
Where can I use it?


A brief introduction to in silico methods covering what is SAR, QSAR and read-across and its uses and relevance in regulatory toxicology.

How do I conduct a read-across?



This video summarises the methodology used to conduct an in silico read-across in a simple to understand workflow.  

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