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28 & 29 June – Avensys will be exhibiting at the EBME Expo 2023 (Electronic and Biomedical Engineering Expo).
Avensys Gains Accredited Apprenticeship Status from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
The Avensys Training Academy was recently successful in gaining accredited apprenticeship status from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for our Level 3 Healthcare Engineering Specialist Technician Apprenticeship.
This is a case study of our work with The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, assisting them with their apprenticeship training.
Avensys has demonstrated its broad-ranging capabilities and expertise in the procurement, purchase, storage, supply, and installation of new medical devices, and the sale of surplus-to-requirements EBME equipment, in a £1 m contract recently successfully completed for not-for-profit healthcare provider, Healthcare Management Trust (HMT), at its new £25 m Sancta Maria Hospital in Swansea’s SA1 waterfront district.
A new biomedical training facility at the Black Country and Marches Institute of Technology, in Dudley, aims to tackle key STEM skills gaps and help futureproof the biomedical engineering sector.
Apprenticeships could provide a costeffective strategy to enable Trusts to ‘grow their own’ professionals to ensure the safe management of healthcare technologies. Louise Frampton reports.