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Training for Trainers (Delivery Skills)

By: GTC

State, Nigeria

29 Nov - 01 Dec, 2010  3 days

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Venue: Lagos, Nigeria

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Lagos, Nigeria Nov 29 - 01 Dec, 2010
NGN135,000.00
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