Communication Skills Training 1
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Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aim is to provide students security in personal communications, to learn to better assert their opinions and master communication is all social-cultural levels. During the course the students go through situations which will seem familiar. Using conflict management techniques, active listening, provding feedback and others, they acquire skills in managing those situations. They practice communcations with potential donors on location. They learn to negotiate and effectively use time which a given situation provides and achieve what they need. Part of the course are examples of communications in other cultures. Student get the opportunity to gain a bearing in body language. They acquire an idea of discussion techniques and distinguising personalities and finally how to speak so that they are understood by all.
Mode of study
Students are to acquire a complete idea of the art of communication. Instruction is such to give the participant sufficient room for assessment. Information given in the course will be directed to only the members of the group and each who wishes to participate is requested to maintain discretion.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
- Introduction, topics presentation.
- Active listening.
- Managing human conflict.
- Discussion techniques.
- Non-verbal communication.
- Successful communications with a donor.
- Inter-cultural communications.
- Personality tests.
- Assessment and conclusion.
Recommended or required reading
Special study materials have been arranged for this course.
Assessment methods and criteria
- Full presence in the course,
- individual presentation.
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Arts Management in English (M.A.) (required subject)