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Project Management

By: GTC

United Arab Emirates

01 - 07 Sep, 2014  7 days

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This course teaches delegates how to effectively manage projects using a logical and systematic approach to identifying key stages of project’s cycle and the skill requirements required at each stage.

Dubai, UAE Sep 01 - 07 Sep, 2014
£ 2,350.00 (1week), £ 3,800.00 (2weeks)
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