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Lucid’s first class of 2018 graduates from Lucid’s Futures Academy

Four graduates complete an eight-week training course

Futures Academy

The Lucid Futures Academy, a graduate programme formed by medical communications company Lucid Group, has seen four of its new hires graduate after completing an eight-week training course.

The programme, which saw employees mentor graduates, is said to capture “the human centric- and pioneering spirit” of the Lucid Group.

Moving into their first job placements, the four graduates have received medical writing and account handling experience, including strategic brand planning and financial management.

Kat Schleicher, who will be joining Leading Edge, said: “We have learned so much over the past two months, it’s transformed my understanding of medical communications.”

The programme currently runs as a biannual initiative, and the group are encouraging others to apply.

Angela Young, HR director at Lucid, said: “By empowering the graduates with the necessary knowledge and experience during their training and job placements, they will be able to make the right choices, based on where they see their talents and ambitions being realised.

“We will then work our magic by making sure we find a role to suit them, this way we all win.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

4th April 2018

From: Marketing

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