TechNation teamed up with HTMjobs.com for the presentation “Advancing Your HTM Career” presented by Tech Knowledge Associates LLC Senior Vice President Marketing and Sales David Francouer, Banner Health Vice President of Technology Management Perry Kirwan, Insight HTM Founder Ray Marden and Agiliti Corporate Recruiter Erica Cuthbertson, SHRM-SCP. The session was eligible for 1 credit from the ACI.
HTMJobs.com is a niche job board that connects qualified candidates to open positions in the HTM community. Free registration is available at HTMJobs.com.
In the webinar, the panelists discussed the hiring and training process in an HTM profession and how to excel and grow in an HTM career. The industry professionals also provided insight regarding how to begin an HTM career and how to address promotional opportunities. In short, they shared information on how to set one’s self up for success in the industry.
More than 100 individuals registered for the webinar. Attendees provided positive feedback about the webinar via a survey that included the question, “What were your key takeaways?”
“One key takeaway was that soft skills are very important to employers since they can be harder to develop. I also was happy to hear about ways to advance a career and different ways of challenging myself. One of the biggest takeaways that I had, however, was about communication and the importance of it in a workplace environment,” said J. Weed, student.
“To be prepared with real-life examples for standard interview questions. There is a need for more biomed training programs to fill the needs in the field,” said Tech Manager C. Bottomley, BMET II.
“Attitudes and soft skills are extremely valuable and cannot be taught,” said HTM Director S. Sauseda, Director, HTM
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