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First Graduation from ACCES Employment's Healthcare Connections Program

The first cohort of our new Healthcare Connections program wrapped up on Thursday October 26, 2017. This session focused on Sales of Pharmaceuticals or Medical Supplies. The program was well-received and highly successful. One participant had already secured a position upon graduation, as a Sales Representative at Impres Pharma - one of the fastest growing pharmaceutical contract sales organizations in Canada.

The Healthcare Connections program was designed to help internationally educated healthcare professionals (IEHPs) find alternative career options in Canada while they pursue accreditation, or if they have decided not to pursue licensure in their respective healthcare profession.

This program is designed for IEHPs who possess healthcare expertise that can be transferred to one of four alternative careers:

  • Healthcare Supply Chain
  • Sales of Pharmaceuticals or Medical Supplies
  • Clinical Administration
  • Self-Employment (in a healthcare context)

The next cohort is focused on Clinical Administration and will begin on November 6, 2017, followed by the Healthcare Supply Chain cohort taking place at the end of January.

For more information regarding the program, as well as contact information, please visit: http://accesemployment.ca/index.php/healthcare-connections

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