The Science of Negotiation - Course 2014
The Science of Negotiation is the first of a two-part program. Either part can be purchased separately, but a discount is obtained when purchasing both negotiation classes online together (To obtain the combined discount, you must click on the combined listing of the two programs, not separately). Part 1, The Science of Negotiation includes instruction on the total cost of ownership, negotiation planning, concession behavior, win-win and other strategies, and tools and techniques used by the best negotiators. You will be sent instructions and passwords after registering for this negotiation class online.
What students say:
"I thought the course (The Science of Negotiation) was well laid out, built a base and kept adding to it until you had a complete picture."
- Julie Schilling, CPP
"I really enjoyed the discussion on listening...Both courses (The Science and Art of Negotiation) were informative and easy to navigate.
- Jamie Bailey
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The self-running negotiation online classes are attended via the Internet. These negotiation online classes require up to two or three continuous hours of attendance. Students are initially contacted by email with instructions on how to take the course for which they have registered. Students may attend The Science of Negotiation course at any time during the day. This makes the negotiation online classes more convenient for students. All materials are included in the price of the course and will be available online while attending classes. These courses are nonrefundable. Instructions for these courses are usually sent within a few days of registration. Normally, the Society likes to see these types of courses completed within a month of having sent out the instructions. If too much time elapses without a course being completed the student may have to register for it again.
It is each student's responsibility to contact the Society if instructions are not received within the time frames listed above. Failure to do so may result in additional fees. Student's can contact the Society at 630-859-0250 or at email@example.com.
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