London 24.12.2012: Communicaid is pleased to announce our new 2013 Intercultural and International Communication Skills public courses. These one and two day training courses, available at our training centre in the heart of the City of London, provide an invaluable opportunity to join peers from other leading organisations and develop your international competency skills.
Popular & New Courses in 2013
Ever-popular intercultural training courses such as Doing Business in India, Doing Business in China, Doing Business in the Middle East, Working Effectively across Cultures are available throughout the year. 2013 also sees new intercultural and communication programmes such as Doing Business in Brazil and Effective Proposal Writing form part of our offering.
To view our complete range of intercultural training and communication skills courses that are available as public courses - click here.
Each year, hundreds of professionals from organisations including BAE Systems, AstraZeneca, Barclays, Nestle, Peugeot Citroen and HSBC attend our public courses. One day courses fees range from £450-550 per person with 10% discounts for multiple bookings. Download brochure here.
To find out more about Communicaid, book your place on one of our public courses or discuss in-house training solutions, please call us on +44 (0) 203 370 8580 or email: email@example.com.
P.S: Book your place on any 2013 intercultural or international communication course before 28/2/2013 and receive an additional 10% off - quote reference PUBLIC2013.
Communicaid is a culture and communication skills consultancy. We enable our clients to create profitable international relationships by building cultural bridges that enhance understanding and establish trust. Founded in 1992, our clients include many of the world's leading corporate, public and international institutions.
With training centres in London, Brussels, Paris, Frankfurt and New York, combined with a worldwide network of trainers, consultants and partner organisations, we are uniquely placed to meet the global culture and communication skills needs of international organisations.
For more information, please visit www.communicaid.com