Cogent: Showcase your training and people development – enter the UK Life Sciences Skills Awards 2013
Thursday, 22 November 2012
Showcase your training and people development – enter the UK Life Sciences Skills Awards 2013
Is your company part of the UK pharmaceuticals/life science sector?
Committed to developing your employees?
Nurturing talent in your organisation?
Offering student placements?
Developing innovative training programmes?
If you are undertaking any of the above in your company you’re a prime candidate for the UK Life Sciences Skills Awards 2013.
It’s easy to do – and if you need support with your entry we're here to help.
Cogent is tremendously excited to be officially launching these new Life Science Skills Awards. The Awards themselves will be introduced by the Rt Hon David Willetts and the first ceremony will be held at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London on 16th May 2013.
"The Life Sciences Awards are an excellent way of recognising individual contribution and raising awareness about the importance of skills across the sector." Linda Millett, Head of Human Resources, Takeda Cambridge Ltd.
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