Posted by: Audrey Erbes | September 27, 2010

Improve Your Life Science Decision-Making Skills

Consider taking my Bioscience Business and Marketing Course, Thursday and Friday, Oct. 7-8, 2010 at UCSC in Silicon Valley to improve your business and marketing research and analysis skills. You will improve the quality of your recommendations and decisions that can propel your career and keep you competitive in skills so critical in any life science position today. Classroom work is intensive those two days at Santa Clara site in Silicon Valley to accommodate busy professionals followed by two months of mentoring while working on an investment assessment.

We thank Windhover for providing gratis access to several of their premier subscription databases to our students during the term. Our students learn to use not only the breadth of information resources identified by the instructor and guest speakers but  these popular subscription databases  to produce professional quality documents. Most of us can’t show the work we’ve done in our jobs due to confidentiality but here’s way to add a professional piece of work to your portfolio which makes you more competitive inside and outside your company.

Note this course is directed to life science professionals across sectors and functions, wherever making excellent recommendations and decisions is important.

Go to http://www.ucsc-extension/BBME for course details. A flyer is accessible by right clicking on flyer and opening the pdf in a new window.

If you’ve taken this course, please share the information with a colleagues who needs to acquire these skills in this accelerated format.

Audrey

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