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Kickstart your medtech career for free

Getting your foot in the door is one of the hardest parts of launching a new career. Perhaps you are already working and want to learn new skills, or maybe you are a homemaker looking to re-enter the workforce. Whatever your position the free Springboard+ Level 6 certificate in pharmaceutical and medical device operations from Innopharma College of Applied Science will give you the tools you need to succeed.

Galway to host Ireland’s biggest Med Tech conference and Expo

Galway is the epicentre of medical technology expertise in the West of Ireland, and it is about to put Ireland on the map for growing that industry with Medical Technology Ireland’s Expo and Conference 2017 coming to Ballybrit Racecourse next week.

Kickstart your medtech career for free

Getting your foot in the door is one of the hardest parts. Perhaps you are already working and want to learn new skills, or maybe you are a homemaker looking to re-enter the workforce. Whatever your position, the free Springboard+ Level 6 certificate in pharmaceutical and medical device operations from Innopharma College of Applied Science will give you the tools you need to succeed.

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.

Kick start your career in Galway’s thriving medtech cluster

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Galway has a significant cluster of medical device companies now employing in the region of 8,000 people locally.

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.

Campus Medical celebrates a decade of innovation and growth

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Galway-based, global medtech firm Cambus Medical is this weekend celebrating its 10-year anniversary since it first established operations in Spiddal. Cambus Medical is a world leader in the development and manufacture of advanced component and technology solutions which enable minimally invasive medical devices used in diagnostic and therapeutic interventions to successfully treat millions of people worldwide.

Minister launches CÚRAM Centre for medical device research at NUI Galway

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Ireland’s positon as one of the top medtech clusters in the world will be bolstered today (Monday) with the official launch of CÚRAM, the Centre for Research in Medical Devices. CÚRAM is a Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre based at NUI Galway, which is a unique symbiotic relationship of academia and industry partners that pushes the scientific frontiers in medical devices.

Thousands flock to AIT for Life Science Career Fair

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Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) hosted its first ever Life Science Career Fair yesterday (Wednesday) which showcased the collaboration of the biopharma and medtech sector with the Midlands Regional Skills Forum. The event, which was opened by AIT president Professor Ciarán Ó Catháin, brought together over 50 companies across the medtech, biopharma and engineering sector who are actively recruiting for positions.

 

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