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Effective Mandarin Presentation

and Negotiation Skills

Programme Details 

Upcoming Classes
Total Training Hours: 14 
30 Nov & 1 Dec 2017
Thursday & Friday  
9.30am - 5.30pm

A good presentation may make or break a business deal, making it is essential to possess the skills to impress and conduct a good Mandarin presentation. 
This class introduces a systematic approach to prepare an engaging presentation, equipping participants with the confidence and skills to conduct negotiation at all levels; while equipping them with invaluable insights into Chinese culture and social etiquette.
Designed for people who are able to speak and read simple Chinese, but are not proficient in using Chinese to communicate for business purpose. Participants will be equipped with various techniques in making stand-up presentations and engaging audiences in a range of situations; as well as delivering messages across in non-confrontational manner to elicit a favorable response.
Entry Requirements 
Minimum C6 Pass in 'O' level Chinese or equivalent.  
Course Content
Class activities are designed to be learner-centred and will incorporate real life work scenarios. Led by trainers who are effectively billingual in English & Chinese and possess real-time business knowledge, this workshop will engage participants in presentation and practices to achieve maximum learning.
  •  The Nature of the Preparations  
  •  Comparison between Chinese & English presentations
  •  Comparison between the thoughts in Chinese and English
  •  Dos and don'ts in Mandarin Presentations
Presentation Skills
  •  The structure of Chinese presentation
  •  Appropriate language use for effective presentation
  • Response to queries
Negotiation Skills 
  •  Strategies apply in Chinese Negotiations
  •  Psychological tactics during negotiation
  •  Managing the opening and closing of a negotiation
Communication Skills
  • Formal and Informal Chinese Communication 
  • Typical communication obstacles and solutions
  • Chinese Business Etiquette
Assessment & Certificate 
Certificate of Attendance 
A certificate of Attendance will be awarded to participants who achieve at least a 75% attendance.

"Great workshop, wonderful learning experience! Thank you to SCCIOB and their friendly staff! A must-attend for any working executives who are constantly in touch with their Chinese business associates. This workshop will give you greater insights on how to conduct a proper presentation in mandarin and the various dos and don'ts to watch out for in your negotiation process."
 -- Kaylee Sng
Whits Technologies

"This two-day workshop has equipped me with the skills and confidence in conducting an engaging Mandarin presentation to my clients."
-Ho Rui Fang
Retail Industry
"The role play activities allowed me to better understand the dos and don’ts in Mandarin presentation. The skills I learned will definitely add value to my work and be more professional when presenting in Mandarin."
-Mdm Choo
Finance Manager
For more details and class schedule, please download the course brochure here.


Full Course Fee (Members) 
Nett Fee inc. GST 

Non-members who are keen to sign up for this course will need to pay a non-refundable $53.50 (inc. GST) membership fee.

Up to $250 Union Training Assistance Programme (UTAP) benefits for NTUC Union Members. 
Please visit for more details. 

Contact Us
Tel: 6505 3850

111 North Bridge Road
Peninsula Plaza, Singapore 179098
SCCIOB reserves the right to cancel or postpone the course, change the trainer and venue due to unforeseen circumstances. 

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