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Elisabeth Gillich
Kursleiterin "Management", "Gender" und "Gesundheitsförderung"
+49 721 608-24370
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für Technik und Umwelt (FTU)

KIT - Campus Nord
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen


International Training
Englische Fahne

Several FTU courses, seminars, and practical laboratory sessions will be given in English. You are invited to download our brochure "International Training Courses" as PDF from here.

International Management

Today, further education and training of staff is a must. It means to invest into the future. Training in English is a need for organisations, universities and internationally operating companies.

Besides specialized knowledge of the specific sector social competence, communication skills, cross-cultural awareness and other skills are becoming increasingly important. This promotes competences such as cooperation, team skills and the ability for integrated and global thinking. They are essential for a performance and innovation-driven corporate culture and to enhance the skills of staff to stay competitive. The main purpose of our courses is to provide opportunities to improve knowledge and skills to increase the effectiveness of each member of staff. FTU has got decades of experience in designing and delivering training courses, workshops and conferences to an international audience.

Topics of International Management Trainings :

  • Leadership- Managing and Motivating Teams
  • Successful International Project Management I (Basic)
  • Successful International Project Management II (Advanced)
  • Coordination of Complex Projects
  • Management of Project Risks
  • Writing in English
  • Academic Correspondence
  • Academic Discussion Skills
  • Prepare for your next conference
  • Scientific and Technical Presentations in English
  • Improve your International English
  • Working Across Cultures
  • International Meetings

The courses and workshops are designed for line managers, research managers, scientists, engineers, administrators, technical staff and any other professionals involved in the appropriate field of work.