While it may take some people years to break into the medical device sales industry, it doesn’t have to. Over the course of our brief 8 and 12-week programs, students develop very specific technical and sales skills that provide a foundation for success in device sales. They also spend time focusing on career development and interview performance. Upon successful completion, graduates are prepared to step into a new territory and make an immediate contribution.
Hiring managers recognize the investment that our students make and know that they have proactively positioned themselves for success. This is often what separates an MSC graduate from other applicants, and is why thousands of hiring managers across the country are specifically looking for MSC grads to fill their open positions.
Consider how your interview process would go if you are able to knowledgeably discuss the surgeons in your territory, the products that you will be selling, and the competition you will be selling against. How different would that interview be if you are able to show that you have a specific plan in place for starting conversations, moving the sales forward, and converting business?
We know how prepared an MSC graduate is compared to other job candidates, because thousands of our graduates have successfully demonstrated that preparation and are now representing some of the largest and most reputable companies in the industry.
We recognize the investment that our students make in developing the skills for success. You may be wondering, is it worth it? Can I afford to take this risk? Will it pay off? If you believe medical device sales is the industry for you, can you afford not to? This industry may not be right for everyone, and there certainly are alternatives. Compared to those alternatives, you will likely find that this is the most affordable, most convenient, and most expedient path into the medical device industry.