September 9, 2011

Professional Training on Negotiation and Protocols

Kosovo Youth Atlantic Treaty Association is organizing professional training on “Negotiation and Protocols” in Durres, Albania on 1 – 6 November 2011. This course will develop your understanding of the principles, strategies, and tactics of effective negotiation and professional relationship management. You will also increase awareness and understanding of ethical principles and stakeholder considerations that influence the choices offered and made in transactions and relationships. 

You will learn to identify and assess the variables in negotiations, develop sound negotiation planning techniques, develop an understanding of various strategies and tactics to use as you ethically resolve conflicts, transactional and interpersonal differences. Learn how to use that knowledge to execute effective dispute resolutions, and improved competence to manage professional relationships. 

The course methodology is highly participative and utilizes class discussion, assigned readings, and simulations in one-on-one, fishbowl, and group situations. Tools for effectively planning for negotiations are reviewed and implemented. Students will work with other class members, in and outside of class, to plan group negotiations.
The objective of this training is to provide students a broad understanding on the historical development, the security, social, political and philosophical dimensions of the negotiations and protocols. 

Target Group
Students with different academic backgrounds and a general interest in Euro-Atlantic integration will benefit from each other in an intercultural and interdisciplinary learning process. Former classes consisted of regular students and practitioners such as civil servants, communication experts, young politicians and even parliamentary officials.

The course does not require special knowledge about negotiation policies, European politics, law, history or culture, but participants should be interested in more than just their field of specialization. In class participation, especially in the discussions with experts, is essential for the course success and plays an important role in grading.

Lectures, presentations and examinations will be held in English.

Tuition fees
Tuition fee for KYATA’s former students is 95 €uro
Tuition fee for Kosovo, Western Balkan, YATA and ATA members 100 €uro;
Tuition fee for NATO and EU Member countries is 140 €uro
Tuition fee for students from the rest of the world is 200 €uro

This tuition price includes:
  • Tuition (all lectures, workshops, discussions as mentioned in the program)
  • Reading materials (on-line version will be at your disposal after confirmation of your participation with students IP).
  • Housing and 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Thanks to the generosity of KYATA and Partners, and their international cooperation's and student exchange as its highest priority you can make use of the low cost of the training in comparison with other trainings in the Balkan Peninsula and abroad. For very reasonable price you will get the highest academic standards and an exciting culture and social, and study visits program in the region.

Moreover, accommodation, meals and reading materials are prepared for you, so you don't have to worry about anything. You can concentrate only on studying and enjoying yourself. The only cost not included in the price is travel expenses.

Mr Bekim Salihu

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