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Contract Negotiation Skills Contract Negotiation Skills
Short Course

Contract Negotiation Skills

Negotiating complex contracts? Get the best contract outcomes by learning the essential skills and techniques.

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  • 1 day
  • 685
  • On Campus (Sydney)
  • Scheduled sessions
Online Content Moderation and Intervention Strategies Online Content Moderation and Intervention Strategies
Short Course

Online Content Moderation and Intervention Strategies

Learn about moderation tools and intervention strategies for better navigating online content. [3 days, 3 x 75 mins]

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  • 3 days
  • 3 x 75 mins
  • 1,100
  • Online
  • Scheduled sessions
Public Sector Governance Public Sector Governance
Short Course

Public Sector Governance

Governance for the Public Sector will examine how aligning public sector values and objectives to systems of corporate governance will produce diverse strategies and improved results. This short course will provide an understanding of the ways in which public sector organisations are governed, approaches to governance in different public sector institutional environments and how effective and sustainable these governance approaches are.

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  • 4 days
  • 2,990
  • On Campus (Sydney)
  • Scheduled sessions
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