Global Education Services is creating curricula, in cooperation with North American and overseas universities, government agencies and training organizations. These curricula focus on issues related to inter-cultural communications, international business and economics and globalization for the world community. With extensive and comprehensive experience in this field, GES creates, in cooperation with host universities, training programs that address these same issues.
To create the most comprehensive and desirable short-term training programs, GES hires qualified professionals to write curricula for the programs, markets the programs using its extensive personal network of contacts and implements each program using a highly qualified project team.
Global Education Services develops practical, hands-on appropriate training programs in contrast to traditional academic institutions that simply shorten their existing curriculum to meet a short-term goal. We emphasize, whenever possible and appropriate, field experience, meeting with colleagues, and the establishment of professional, long-term relationships. The GES approach is based on over 15 years of training experience and is applicable in a broad spectrum of training areas. In cooperation with appropriate academic and technical resources GES designs each of its programs to meet the specific need of the parts.
Over the last 15 years, the GES training-staff have worked with business people, women’s groups, engineers, scientists, government officials and other diverse groups. We currently work with Simon Fraser University, The University of Ballarat, Nagoya Gakuen University, Chuo University (Japan) and Osaka International University for Women (Japan) on short-term program development, marketing and implementation.
In short-term training, GES has significant experience in: