Singapore Advanced Negotiation Training Courses
Are you in Singapore to participate in one of our Advanced Negotiating Training Classes? There’s much to discover in this multi-cultural city so you might want to consider opening up your calendar and spending the weekend here. Please ask your Negotiation Expert for suggestions if you’re wondering how to maximize your time in Singapore. Your evenings will be free to explore the city-state’s many nighttime attractions after each of our four training days together.
Training Course Options
Our Advanced Negotiation Courses are delivered in Singapore both via in-house and public access training courses. For venues and hotel recommendations while you’re on our Advanced Negotiation Course, get in touch. Prefer to achieve cost savings by delivering to your senior negotiators in your company’s Singapore office? Don’t see your preferred Singapore public course calendar dates? Get in contact to discuss your needs or our next Advanced Negotiation Training Course. Please note that our Advanced Negotiation Training Courses require classroom delivery, whereas our other courses are also available for online delivery.
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Singapore Courses Venue
One of our preferred Singapore locations for classroom training delivery is the Swissôtel The Stamford.
Address: 2 Stamford Rd, 178882 Singapore.
Home to 5.6 million, Singapore is a densely-populated metropolis, known for being a global finance and transport hub, and for being a leader in healthcare, education, and public transportation. Of course, this diverse city-state is also famous for its hybrid cuisine, shopping culture, and energetic nightlife. For the best shopping and dining that Singapore has to offer, head the 1.5-mile stretch on Orchard Road where you’ll find a little bit of everything. If you’re hungry, you need not worry, as Singapore has an obsessive food culture with plenty of inviting options. Consider heading to Chinatown for some authentic Chinese food and to learn about Singapore’s Chinese culture and history.
The island city-state of Singapore is made up of 63 islands, the most popular of which (other than the main island) is Sentosa, which has many wonderful activities for day-trippers. The best way to get there is by taking the picturesque cable car. There’s also a boardwalk that connects the two islands and it makes for a great walk. Once on Sentosa, history buffs will want to explore historic Fort Siloso, which is accessible via a skywalk bridge that provides great views of the area. Singapore’s average temperate sits around 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius), which means the water is always warm, so spending the day at Sentosa’s man-made beach is never a bad idea.