Sharing best practice

Healthcare Skills Training International are proud to have worked with some of the biggest and best-known names in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries as well as the most important regulatory bodies – in the pursuit of best practice.

Healthcare Skills International’s professional training programmes are accredited by EduQual and offered to delegates at various venues throughout the United Kingdom and Europe.

The level of validation is professional and set to demand reflective practice, analysis and application of knowledge in the specialist clinical environment.

For our partner organisations listed below, generic training of questionable quality does not provide the evidence that professional competence or excellence has been achieved. Robust examination, linked to a regulated qualification, satisfies professional standards, practical goals and provides a stake in the process.

  • 1st Caribbean
  • Barema
  • Cochlear, UK and Europe
  • CAOS, BOA
  • HCS Formacion
  • Johnson & Johnson Medical Companies
  • University of Madrid (Fennin, Medical Device Regulations)

Companies that have worked with Healthcare Skills Training International

  • Olympus Keymed
    OLYMPUS is a major healthcare and consumer electronics company that has become a leading manufacturer of innovative optical and digital equipment for the healthcare electronics sector. It designs endoscopy and microscopy products as well as other medical equipment. Olympus is committed to developing new technologies, products and services that comply with the toughest industry standards.
  • Smith & Nephew
    SMITH & NEPHEW offer a full range of effective wound care products, combined with a deep understanding of best-practice techniques for the prevention and healing of wounds.
  • Medtronic
    MEDTRONIC’S medical technologies help make it possible for millions of people to resume everyday activities, return to work, and live better and longer. The company employees 40,000 people all around the world who share a passionate purpose to improve lives,  so that people with debilitating diseases know relief is possible.
  • Conmed
    CONMED is a global medical technology company specialising in the development and sale of products and services that allow physicians to deliver high-quality care and, as a result, enhanced clinical outcomes for their patients. Specialities include arthroscopy, electrosurgery, endoscopy, endosurgery, gastroenterology, integrated systems, patient care, powered surgical instruments and pulmonology.
  • Johnson & Johnson
    JOHNSON & JOHNSON is committed to the advance of quality healthcare and works with others to help shape effective health care systems. The company believe the best systems put the needs of individuals first, offer access to healthcare coverage and provide support to help people remain healthy, get early diagnoses and receive quality care when needed.
  • JRI
    JRI is a British company committed to delivering innovative and quality orthopaedic solutions for healthcare providers and patients worldwide. Company administration and finance are based in our London office. Manufacturing is based in our modern Sheffield facility, alongside Research, Product Development, Customer Service, Marketing, Warehousing and Distribution.
  • Maquet
    MAQUET ranks among the world’s leading providers of medical products, therapies and services for operating theatres and intensive care units, while supporting the clinician’s personal dedication to improving the quality of care.
  • Depuy Synthes EMEA
    DEPUY SYNTHES is committed to helping people return to living active and fulfilling lives. It delivers a broad array of orthopaedic and neurological solutions that go beyond quality implants and include services, education, instruments and emerging technologies.
  • Cochlear UK  & Europe
    COCHLEAR UK & EUROPE, established in 1981, is the global leader in innovative, implantable hearing solutions. It is dedicated to bringing the gift of sound to people all over the world. Today, more than 250,000 people across more than 100 countries have been reconnected to their families, friends and communities with one of the company’s hearing systems.
  • CAOS
    THE International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery, a non-profit organisation founded in 2000, brings together those involved in research, clinical study and clinical use. It aims to promote a new partnership between orthopaedic surgeons and technologists as a necessary basis for the successful integration of computer-assisted surgical tools and techniques into the daily clinical routine.
  • British Orthopaedic Association
    THE British Orthopaedic Association, founded in 1918, is the speciality association for trauma and orthopaedics in the UK and provides national leadership, a unifying focus and charitable endeavour. It cares for patients and supports surgeons by focusing on excellence in professional practice, training and education and research. It has more than 4000 members worldwide, the majority of whom are based in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Within the British medical scene, the BOA represents 40 per cent of the total surgical workforce.