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Writing skills upgraded

Published on Sunday, August 2, 2009 Email To Friend    Print Version


Employees sharpen their writing skills at the Chamber’s “Superior Business Writing Course” run by Professional Development and Training Centre in George Town. Facilitator Rod Waddell (2nd L) is pictured with course participants.

The Professional Development and Training Centre (PDTC) recently hosted 14 participants for their training course “Superior Business Writing”.

The one-day workshop taught delegates how to attract the attention of today’s busy readers by delivering information powerfully, persuasively and professionally.

The PDTC is a division of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce.

The next training course will take place on Tuesday, 25 August and participants will have the opportunity to learn how to “Understand Employment Related Laws”. This seminar runs from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm in the Chamber Training Room, Macdonald Square.

Facilitator Lois Kellyman will take a comprehensive look at the most important employment-related legislation and how it affects your workplace. It is designed to assist human resource employees, small business owners and other employees with the basics to effectively manage the legal aspects of employment relations and avoid potential pitfalls.

For more information on courses offered by the Professional Development & Training Centre or to register for any course, visit the Chamber of Commerce website: www.caymanchamber.ky Established in 1965, the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce represents 704 businesses and 76 associate members collectively employing over 20,000 residents from every major industry sector. The Chamber’s mission is to support, protect and promote business and community success.

 
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