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Master Small Talk and Networking {CACRS1.5 Credits} [ Member Price: 0.00 (Free) Non-Member Price: C$90.00 ]

Master Small Talk and Networking {CACRS1.5 Credits} [ Member Price: 0.00 (Free) Non-Member Price: C$90.00 ]

Starting Date: June 01, 2019

Member Price: 0.00 (Free)
Non-member Price: C$90.00

Course Overview

“Conversation should be pleasant without scurrility, witty without affection, free without indecency, learned without conceitedness, novel without falsehood.”

William Shakespeare


Suppose you are attending a business networking event and need to connect with others. Most clinical research professionals know the incredible value of such connections and how it can help them with their businesses, personal branding, networking and gaining recognition in their respective communities. Yet, most also find it difficult to approach others in such events, perhaps feeling shy, unsure of what to say, how to initiate or maintain a conversation or how to approach a group. Many may simply prefer to hang around until someone else approaches them which mean they lose control over who they communicate with or may even end up not communicating at all. In this course you will learn how to be comfortable in any social setting and gain the confidence to meet new people for business, networking and expanding your circle of friends.


Learning Objectives:

  • After completion of this course you will be able to:
  • Explain What is Meant by ‘Small Talk’
  • List the Benefits of Making Small Talk
  • List the Safe and Unsafe Topics while Making Small Talk
  • Explain the Steps to Kick-start Your Small Talk
  • Describe the Role of Courtesy in Making Small Talk
  • Explain How to Make a Quiet Person Talk
  • Describe the Crucial Aspects while Making Small Talk
  • Explain How to Improve Your Small Talk
  • Describe Ways to Make a Lasting Positive Impression
  • List the Behaviors to Avoid While Making Small Talk

At a Glance

  • Target Audience:
  • This course is designed for those would like to acquire skills in making small talk regardless of role and title.
  • CACRS certified who would like to maintain their certification by earning credits. CACRS 1.5 Credits
  • Learning Level: Basic
  • Total Length of Course: 1.5 Hours
  • CACRS Credits: 1.5
  • Delivery Formats: Online
  • Certificate Program: No Certificate of completion for this course-Fill in the survey to get the credits.  
  • Enrollment Period: Access to the program is valid for 6 months


  1. Master Small Talk and Networking

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