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Negotiation Skills

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  • 16 Apr 2024

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Negotiation Skills

The ability to influence others and negotiate outcomes is one of the most important skills you can possess for satisfaction, advancement and even success.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You will be required to pay your course fees in full before the final registration deadline.

  • MasterStart’s model is designed to help you, the learner as a working professional acquire workplace applicable skills without impacting your work or family responsibilities. The coursework is broken up into weekly modules, which should require between 4 – 6 hours of your time per week, with a final assessment as the last module.
  • Each week a new module will be available and loaded to your student profile, containing the course content and weekly assignment. You will have full access to your Learning Success Coordinator who will walk with you through the entire learning experience and offer any support required be it administrative, motivation or technical.
  • As the course is presented online all the course material will be accessible to you on your student profile 24/7.
  • Each course has live interaction online sessions during the day, where you will be able to engage and interact with the industry expert and your fellow learners. These times and dates vary per course and will be communicated to you once you have enrolled at induction.
  • Knowledge is power, by upskilling it allows your company to benefit and tap into the skills and expertise gained from your chosen course. For tips on how to approach this with your employer check out this handy How to get your company to pay for your course guide we have put together for you. 
  • If you are a Learning and Development professional , or involved in training and upskilling for your business, you are more than welcome to request more information on our B2B and corporate training offering on our MasterStart-South Africa for business page.

Learners may defer to a later course start date that begins within 3 (three) months of the initial start date, only if a deferral is requested within 7 (seven) calendar days after a course start date. Deferral requests are to be submitted via email to [email protected]. You may only defer once, therefore any subsequent deferrals after the initial deferral, will not be allowed.

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