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Course Description:

This course is designed to develop your skills in practical diplomacy and Foreign-Policy Skills. It is designed for those planning, or already engaged in, a career in the diplomatic service, journalism, international organisations or non-governmental organisations. It will also prepare you for a career in political risk, international finance and think tanks. You will develop your analytical capacities and your ability to examine and critically evaluate the role of foreign policy, diplomacy and decision-making in relation to complex issues.

 

Who should attend?

  • Diplomats and personnel from diplomatic missions.
  • Students pursuing a career in international relations.
  • Employees of governmental and non-governmental organizations.
  • Executives from public and private corporations.
  • Journalists and press attachés.

 

How attendees will benefit?

After completion of the programme, delegates will be able to:

  • a developing knowledge of British and international current and political affairs
  • a sustained improvement in all four English language skills
  • an ability to sustain your part in discussion in media interviews
  • an in depth knowledge of at least five of the subjects offered on the Foundations of Diplomacy Course and an awareness of how that knowledge is open to conflicting interpretations

 

Course Content:

  • Diplomacy in Practice
  • International Relations
  • Europe, America and the Middle East
  • Contemporary European Politics in the 21st Century
  • Politics and Ideology and Economics
  • Foundations of Public International Law

 

Course Period:

From 5 to 10 days.

 

Course Style:

  • Lecture or One-to-One training style.
  • In house training.
  • Group Training.
  • Practical Training.

 

Remember:

  • We provide this course in any place and at any time suitable for you.
  • This course is provided in VIP or standard forms. For more information contact BATD team.

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