I have a background in Sales and Retail Territory Management.
Why were you interested in pursuing medical sales as a career?
I knew that medical device sales was a career path where I could be rewarded for my efforts and has endless opportunities
for growth. It has always been something that interested me, but I knew how competitive the field is and I wanted to have experience under my belt before applying. I knew this wasn’t an area I could just learn on my own and decided to invest in myself, leave my career and attend Medical Sales College. Through MSC, I acquired the basic knowledge and understanding of the industry that when paired with my background in sales will help my transition into the field, right off the cuff.
How did you learn about Medical Sales College?
What ultimately made you decide to attend?
I decided to attend MSC based on the amount of training and knowledge that MSC would provide me.
Describe your Career Development training experience.
The Career Development training was great and really helped set me up for success in each of my interviews.
How did MSC add to your existing sales skills to prepare you for a career in medical devices where the products are clinical in nature?
The training at MSC taught me the clinical aspect of sales skills.
What is the most valuable piece of information that you learned while attending MSC which ultimately helped you land your position?
The most valuable piece of information I took away from MSC was a foundational understanding of the human body in regards to orthopaedic reconstruction and medical device product knowledge.
Why should someone attend Medical Sales College?
I believe that someone should attend MSC for the foundation of knowledge before entering the field. MSC provides you with valuable information and hands-on experience to not only help you differentiate yourself from other candidates but also allows you to build confidence. What MSC taught me in 12 weeks can be directly linked to my success in landing my dream career.