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New start: courses Autumn 2019

08 July 2019

In September the Corporate Academy starts with the new season for courses. We offer a wide range of  courses for all of our employees. Some courses are for specific groups such as teachers or managers, but most are available for all employees.

Are you curious how to give a presentation with more impact? Do you want to improve your knowledge of finance? Eager to learn how to manage your time better? The Corporate Academy offers the right course to answer your question. Here a selection of our courses which start in September 2019:

Investeren in jezelf

LinkedIn Training

Financieel management voor de niet-financiële manager

Academisch leiderschap

Coaching PhD students

Time management - workshop series (EN)

Persoonlijk presenteren met impact

The Corporate Academy offers a wide selection of courses for UoG employees. You can find the whole selection at the website of the Corporate Academy. For more information and questions, please contact Ruth van der Walle or Silvia Huisman by sending a mail to hr-experts

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