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30 Sep 2022
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Webinar | 10-11.30am

2023 VCCC Alliance SKILLED Internship applicant information session

The SKILLED Clinical Trial Internship Program provides a pathway for science graduates into the highly competitive clinical trials sector.

Join us for this live information session designed to answer any questions potential applicants may have ahead of submitting an application for the 2023 program.

Clinical trials form a critical bridge between research and practice, progressing treatments and care standards into better outcomes for patients. Expanding Victoria’s clinical trial activity calls for a highly trained workforce, capable of meeting the increasing demand.

The VCCC Alliance has established internships, in partnership with the Parkville Cancer Clinical Trials Unit (PCCTU), which provide both theoretical and hands-on learning for positions of high demand, increasing employability and providing opportunities within the sector.

Your questions answered

Join SKILLED Internship Program Manager Ms. Chris Packer for this live information session designed to answer any questions potential applicants may have ahead of submitting an application for the 2023 program. She will clarify what is involved in the program in both Clinical Trial Assistant and Study Coordinator streams and provide an overview of what applicants can expect.

If you'd like to submit a specific question ahead of the session, of for any further information/queries, please contact Rachel Barrett, SKILLED Internship Program Coordinator at rachel.barrett@unimelb.edu.au

Meeting details

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Friday 30 September
10.00-11.30am

This virtual event will be hosted via Zoom. Zoom is accessible on your computer, tablet or phone via the Zoom app. If you have any issues with this platform on your device, please visit the Zoom support site. Alternatively please contact your IT administrator.

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