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Free business seminar.

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    Guest Guest75

    Glenn Hickling, Economic Development Officer of Onkaparinga Council has just passed on the details below.

     

    Could be very helpful for those starting or managing a business......

     

     

     

     

     

    Thinking about establishing or managing a business?

     

     

    Get free training!

     

     

    Skills Recognition Services, in collaboration with Learning Potential International Pty Ltd, is

    offering you Certificate 4 in Small Business Management, a nationally recognised qualification.

     

    If you are:

     

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    A recent migrant looking for work,

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    An Australian citizen or permanent resident living in South Australia,

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    Wanting to run your own business or manage a business,

    then this training may be for you.

     

    Learning Potential International a global registered training organisation will provide first-class

    education through a series of workshops, activities and projects to help you develop practical

    business skills.

     

    Learn how to run your own business by gaining:

     

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    Practical skills in setting up a business

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    Marketing advice

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    Business planning skills

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    Know how on how to develop customer service strategies

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    Financial management tools and techniques

    Free of Charge!

     

    Limited places, program starts in November 2010

     

    Want to know more…come along to an information session on:

     

    Thursday, 14 October 2010

    at 10.30am

    Learning Potential International

    7th Floor, 90 King William Street, Adelaide SA 5000

     

     

    Please contact Alice Stokes on 1800 65 8887 or email dfeestsrs@sa.gov.au to confirm

    your attendance.

     

    This program is being delivered under the Productivity Places Program for Job Seekers administered by Department of

    Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (DFEEST) on behalf of the Australian Government.

     

     

     

     

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    Guest wijaya

    The session is on 14 of October? now is November already.

     

    regards

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    Guest Guest75

    The seminar was run, but failed to attract enough numbers, so the intake has now been extended to end of November.

     

     

    Get in there guys!

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    Guest Sannie!

    I gotto DIG this out from no where:policeman:!!!! Just wondering is there anything likely to happen again soon?? any informaation session/place would be useful to start on... :-) thanks in advance :-)

    Edited by Sannie!

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