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International Training Opportunities for Research Managers and Administrators

Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe's training centre (FTU) offers a range of international training courses in 2009.

1 January 2009 - 31 December 2009
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Leadership: Managing and Motivating Teams in Brussels, Belgium
2 - 3 March 2009
1 - 2 October 2009

Effective Negotiations in Karlsruhe, Germany
29 - 30 June 2009

The Fundamentals of International Project Management in Karlsruhe, Germany
26 - 27 January 2009

Advanced International Project Management in Brussels, Belgium
27 - 28 April 2009
7 - 8 December 2009

Coordination of Complex Projects in Karlsruhe, Germany
26 October 2009

Risk Management in Projects in Karlsruhe, Germany
27 October 2009

How to Write FP7 Proposals Successfully in Brussels, Belgium
11 March 2009

Financial Management in FP7 Projects in Brussels, Belgium
9 - 10 March 2009
21 - 22 September 2009
30 Nov - 1 Dec 2009

Management of Intellectual Property Rights and Contract Management in Brussels, Belgium
11 - 12 May 2009
9 - 10 November 2009

Writing in English – A Workshop for Scientists and Engineers in Karlsruhe, Germany
27 – 28 July 2009
3 - 4 December 2009

Microsoft Excel: A Tremendous Tool for Project Management in Brussels, Belgium
29 -30 April 2009
8 - 9 June 2009

Cross-cultural Communication
1 - 2 July 2009 in Karlsruhe, Germany
29 - 30 September 2009 in Brussels, Belgium

All courses are designed for research managers and administrators. They are also highly beneficial for managers, scientists, engineers and technical, administrative and other staff.

You will get full details of the courses by email from Rudolf Woeste If you have further questions please don’t hesitate to contact Rudolf Woeste.Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe is one of the biggest science and engineering research institution in Europe. Its research and development program is embedded in the program structure of the Hermann von Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres.

The University of Karlsruhe (Technical University) and Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe founded the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). It combines the strengths of both partners, first in micro- and nanotechnologies, scientific computing with the focus on grid computing, and materials research for the energy sector. KIT is a unique and cutting edge model in Germany.

Education and training are statutory elements of Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe. Over 850 training courses, seminars and laboratory sessions with more than 12,500 participants each year take place in its Centre for Advanced Technological and Environmental Training (FTU).