Ecublens, Switzerland / Minneapolis, MN (ots) - WMDO (World Medical Device Organization), the leading global provider of innovative online training for medical device professionals, announced today that it has achieved its 100th online course.
Excellent reviews from industry analysts, trade associations and users in recent months have enabled WMDO to leverage growing success across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, expanding visibility and access to the online educational platform to now over 150'000 medical device professionals around the world. The news also comes on the back of WMDO's successful informational webinar series launch and recent expansion into Australia through a training partnership with AusBiotech.
John O Dwyer, European Manager/Medical Devices for NSAI in Ireland said, "WMDO continues to build upon its impressive curriculum with the addition of several new courses every week." He continued, "WMDO has pioneered the development of a professional online training platform that delivers world class subject matter experts and cutting edge knowledge resources directly to the individual in a timely and cost-effective manner." Commenting on the upward momentum of WMDO, Danielle Giroud, founder said; "The feedback to WMDO has been really positive. There's no doubt it's filling a gap in the medical device industry by offering access to affordable, high quality, online training. For professionals and their organizations, WMDO training courses provide a hassle-free solution that allows them to build knowledge and develop critical skills in less time and more effectively than ever before. And that's pretty important to all of us these days."
WMDO is the world's premium provider of online training for medical device professionals. From pre-clinical through post-market requirements, WMDO combines the extensive knowledge and experience of the industry's leading experts and authorities with the convenience, flexibility and cost effectiveness of state-of-the art content delivery to provide the most powerful and relevant learning experience available. http://www.wmdo.org
Magnus Fergusson, WMDO