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Coloplast appoints new learning and development manager

Michelle Bailey to join the team
Coloplast

UK-based medical devices firm Coloplast have expanded its team with the appointment of Michelle Bailey as learning and development manager.

Michelle has over 17 years of experience in training and development which involved systems training, training for new hires and product launches.

Her role at Coloplast will focus on the design and delivery of various learning activities for the business including the redesign of the induction programme for the company's Chronic Care division.

She said: “I am delighted to join Coloplast at this very exciting time of growth and to have the opportunity to evaluate and develop our new on-boarding programme.

“The redesign will focus on blended learning activities to ensure that our new hires leave the induction programme with an in-depth knowledge of our products and service offering.

“The other part of my role at Coloplast encompasses supporting and developing employees by working with them to develop their career and learning plans.”  

2nd November 2015

From: Sales

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