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Creganna Medical announces $13 million Galway investment

Galway received a major commercial boost with the announcement this morning (Thursday) that one of its biggest employers is to make a major financial investment into its manufacturing and technical plant in the city.

New quality and regulatory affairs programme for medtech centre

NUI Galway and IT Sligo, in collaboration with ulearning Skillnet, have announced a new programme designed to address the skills shortages in the medtech sector in the areas of quality and regulatory affairs. The NFQ Level 8 certificate in medical technology regulatory affairs and quality programme (30 ECTS) is a one year part-time online programme, and is designed such that candidates can complete the course while in employment.

New quality and regulatory affairs programme for medtech centre

NUI Galway and IT Sligo, in collaboration with ulearning Skillnet have announced a new programme designed to address the skills shortages in the medtech sector in the areas of quality and regulatory affairs. The NFQ Level 8 certificate in medical technology regulatory affairs and quality programme (30 ECTS) is a one year part-time online programme, and is designed in order that candidates can complete the course while in employment.

Thousands of good reasons to put the kettle on!

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There is nothing we Irish love more than sharing a cup of tea with friends and families, where the problems of the day are tackled.

Seven in ten find medtech work after completing this course

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Ireland's growing medtech industry is creating exciting new opportunities for jobseekers. With more than 29,000 people already working in this sector, Ireland is the highest medtech employer, per capita, in Europe. However many medtech companies are finding it difficult to find suitably qualified quality engineers. The Government funded Irish Medtech Springboard Certificate in Quality Engineering can give you the skills you need to cross over into newer realms of engineering in this thriving sector.

Rick O’Shea launches rocket at Medtronic to announce Galway Science & Technology Festival

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RTÉ 2FM presenter Rick O’Shea officially launched the 19th Galway Science & Technology Festival, part of National Science Week, hosted by the main sponsor Medtronic Parkmore in their Customer Innovation Centre on Tuesday.

Innopharma College of Applied Sciences courses are designed with you in mind

Currently there are 250 medical technology companies in Ireland, exporting €8bn worth of product annually and directly employing 25,000 people.

Jobs boost as med tech company announces new city plant

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Galway received a jobs boost yesterday when it was announced that ZELTIQ Aesthetics, Inc. a medical technology company focused on developing and commercialising products utilizing its proprietary controlled-cooling technology, is to establish a European manufacturing facility in the city, which is expected to create about 60 jobs over the next 18 months.

Renmore man who survived three heart attacks receives prestigious world award

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An 82-year-old city man, who survived three heart attacks and has been volunteering with the local heart and stroke charity Croí for 19 years, has received a prestigious international award.

Concussion app launched by Medtronic and Acquired Brain Injury Ireland

Brain injury specialists, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (ABI Ireland), have developed and launched a concussion application for smartphones with the support of Medtronic, one of the world’s largest medical technology, services, and solutions companies.

 

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