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Negotiations and Presentations in English

02.02.2010
HDT-Seminar Verhandeln und Präsentieren für Ingenieure in englischer Sprache am 18.-19. März 2010 in Essen vermittelt grundlegende Sprachfertigkeit für Verhandlungssituationen, Präsentationen und die Leitung von Meetings

English is becoming ever more important in the business world. This seminar gives an overview and introduction to basic language skills required for negotiating, conducting meetings and making presentations. Participants will be working in small groups to activate language abilities in realistic role plays and case study situations.

This seminar on March, 18-19 2010 in Essen given by the moderator Stuart G. Bugg, B.A., LLB (Hons), M.Jur (Dist)., Barrister (New Zeeland), Solicitor (England & Wales), Augustin & Bugg, Recht Law Mediation, is intended to be of benefit to those people in engineering business involved in business meetings, discussions or negotiations in the English language.

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Nähere Informationen finden Interessierte beim Haus der Technik e.V. unter Tel. 0201/1803-1 (Frau Stossun), Fax 0201/1803-346 oder direkt unter
Pressekontakt
http://www.hdt-essen.de/htd/veranstaltungen/W-H040-03-340-0.html
Haus der Technik e.V.
Dipl.-Ing. Kai Brommann
Hollestraße 1, 45127 Essen
Tel. 0201 – 18 03 251, Fax. 0201 – 18 03 269
E.Mail: k.brommann@hdt-essen.de

Kai Brommann | Haus der Technik e.V.
Further information:
http://www.hdt-essen.de
http://www.hdt-essen.de/htd/veranstaltungen/W-H040-03-340-0.html

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