Welsh wound Innovation Centre

Commercial Education 

WWIC is able to deliver a range of educational opportunities for commercial associates and healthcare providers.

The educational experiences available include a range of clinical placements combined with formal lectures and discussion focus groups held within the clinic environment at WWIC headquarters in Llantrisant, South Wales or on a virtual platform.

The educational opportunities aim to provide the following;
  • An insight into complex wound management in a clinical setting
  • The chance to analyse the relationship between product concept, research and development, sales and marketing and clinical requirements
  •  Time to experience first-hand the wound care challenges faced by clinicians and patients
  • An understanding of the role of research in tissue viability
  • Knowledge of the theory and practice of wound healing.
The education training programs can be tailor made to meet the requirements of the audience considering current areas of interest.

The education training programs can be from 1 – 3 days for individuals or groups of a maximum of 10 people.

There is no pre-requisite of knowledge or experience required and the education training program are open to new company starters or very experienced individuals. The delegates are not required to have a user interface role and people from research and development, new concept design, local representatives, sales and marketing and CEO’s are all welcome.

The experience can be built into any internal induction program to allow individuals to enhance the company induction with clinical experience.
The clinicians that will be involved in the experience and teaching in the clinic and the classroom setting include Professor Michael Clark, Trudie Clark, Samantha Holloway, Kirsten Mahoney, Jane James,Sarah Bradbury and her team of research nurses.

Feedback From Previous Participants

"Thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience, the staff were brilliant and I learnt far more than I ever expected in just a few short days. Thank you again."

"Great course. Really improved my confidence with wound healing. Liked the blend of theory and practice and ability to discuss a varied case load of patients. Nice to see the passion of the staff coming across both on the course and in clinic. Course is highly recommended for anyone who needs to understand wound healing."

"The course was excellent. Packed with useful information, delivered in a way that was easy to understand but with lots of content."

"A well-structured, inspiring training course great for non-clinical staff to better understand the challenges of wound care in a practical context
I would recommend this course to anyone working within the Medical Device industry."

"It was fantastic experience which anyone attending the course would benefit from. The team were brilliant. We are lucky that there is an institution out there with such knowledgeable and caring people working for us. A Big thank you. to everyone."

"Excellent throughout, very friendly and positive atmosphere and people."

For further information on any of our services please contact Trudie Clark, WWIC's Director of Education and Training at Trudie.Clark@wwic.wales


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