Workforce Training Programs


For more information about course availability and training opportunities please contact: Meg John, Institute Vice President,

Upcoming R&D Workshops 

R&D Workshop: Medical Device Cybersecurity-Manufacturer Approaches (September 6, 2018)

Previous R&D Workshops:

Human Factors (May 22, 2018)

Medical Device Design Control Training (February 23, 2018)
Medical Device Cybersecurity - Manufacturer Approaches (April 11, 2017)

Medical Device Product Development Essentials Course (May 18, 2017)

Navigating the Regulatory Landscape for Wearable Technology (June 7, 2017)

Technical Trainings

Medical Device Product Development Essentials (May 1, 2018)

Non Technical Trainings


Technical Trainings

Design Controls 

CAPA and Investigations Training
Risk Management

Non Technical Trainings

Effective Negotiations 

Presentation Skills 

Project Management Essentials for the Unofficial Project Manager 

Crucial Conversations

R&D Workshops

Benefits of Early Awareness of Intellectual Property Landscape in Medical Device (February 22)

Required Bench Testing for Verification and Validation of Medical Devices (January 19) 

IEC60601-1-2:2014 4th edition for EMC, FDA considerations, overview and review of changes
Digital Health - Getting Actionable Medical Device Data inside EHR
Implementing an Electronic Design Control System to Meet FDA Requirements
Advances in Liquidmetal for Medical Device Development 

Usability and Human Factors

Agile Development for Medical Device Systems 

The Fully Functional Prototype 
Design History File: Elements of and Maintenance/Remidiation of the DHF and relation to a Quality Management System 

IEC62304: Understanding the requirements for software life cycle and performing a gap analysis on an existing software project

New Era Market FDA Approval via User Experience

Agile Software Development for FDA Regulated Medical Device Applications

Intellectual Property and FDA Considerations for Biotechnology and Medical Device Product Development

Understanding FDA Guidelines for Wireless Co-Existence

The Colorado Bioscience Institute training programs are available for a variety of positions and skill sets. The goal is to enhance the Colorado’s life science industry by building a highly skilled, globally competitive workforce.

We work closely with local companies to design programs to meet their employees training needs for technical and soft skills. The training curriculum is based on standardized, industry-accepted curriculum and FDA requirements related to the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. Classes range in length from half-day to two-days. Certificate of Completions are distributed at the conclusion of the courses. 


Generous support of the Institute’s Workforce Trainings provided by: Design Solutions Inc.