Training is one of the strategic factors for the players’ excellence and competitiveness in the region.
The Rhone-Alpes presents 2 Research and Higher Education (PRES) Senior Clusters : Lyon University and Grenoble University. These institutions train more than 20,000 students in Life Sciences and Health per year to jobs of researcher, physician, engineer and entrepreneur in the health sector ...
Since its creation, Lyonbiopole wants to promote the good coherence between the initial and continuing trainings and skills needed to develop the biotech sector in the region. This approach aims to protect bio-industrial employment in the Rhone-Alpes, improve the cluster’s member companies’ skills, growth and competitiveness .
To better meet the needs of its member companies, Lyonbiopole launched in 2008 a major survey "critical expertise". In 2009, the findings of this survey were presented to training institutions in Rhone-Alpes.
Moreover, Lyonbiopole educates its members to Industrial Property and consortium agreements.