The medical device industry is extremely demanding and competitive. At the Medical Sales College our specialty programs are here to ensure that your transition into the industry is a successful one. You might think that it takes months, or even years, to prepare for a position in medical device sales, but that is a misconception. In our comprehensive proven programs, students develop the very specific skill set that positions them for success in device sales. It is this skill set that makes our graduates attractive to hiring managers and accelerates their progress in the field.
The Medical Sales College has successfully trained hundreds of Industry and Non-Industry Representatives over the last eight years. If you are new to medical sales, or trying to start a career in medical sales, then we’re certain we can help you establish and more importantly; succeed in that career.
All courses have been reviewed and approved through the Department of Higher Education. In non-degree vocational programs, approvals are awarded for contact hours versus traditional credit hours. In most instances, 16 contact hours are equivalent to 1 credit hour.
221 Contact Hours / 8-Weeks – Individual Specialty Course Hybrid
This is an accelerated learning environment. This is the quickest way to complete the course and start your career in medical sales. Under this learning format, a portion of coursework will be completed via online activities with professionals from the industry to reinforce classroom learning. Seven weeks will be instructor lead at home/online studying, and 4 days at our Denver campus with our training staff. The program is 20 hours/week with scheduled meeting times and due dates. Students will need to make travel arrangements to be in Denver the last 4 days of the program.
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440 Contact Hours / 12-Weeks – Combination Specialty Courses Hybrid
Combining two specialty curriculums gives the student more potential for job opportunities. This course is a hybrid and starts with the first 2 weeks conducted at home through distance learning online. There will be scheduled mandatory calls with your instructor during this time with anticipated 20 hours per week spent learning the material. Then, the student attends a campus location to complete the remaining 10 weeks full-time Monday through Friday.