Briefings & Workshops

Educating your team on the practices and nuances of operating in a particular market is vital for long-term success; this is especially true of such a complex and dynamic market as China.

To help your team become acquainted with the key details of and the trends in local environment, CHE offers and delivers both standardised and customised briefings and training workshops.

CHE develops its content and sources its presenters from some of the most experienced industry experts to help reduce your learning curve.

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Improve Your China Education Expertise (Learn More)
This workshop covers a range of key topics with which your China team needs to be familiar and up-to-date in order to enhance your China engagement.  These include Raising Brand Awareness in China, Legal Issues when Collaborating, Navigating Chinese Cultures, Understanding Joint Programs & Institutes and Building Curriculum Capacity.  For futher information, please click here.

Developing, Executing and Evaluating a China Strategy
Developing and Executing a China Marketing/Media Plan
Developing Brand Awareness in China
Establishing and Operating TNE/Joint Program in China (Learn More)
  • Current range of TNE/Joint Programs – opportunities and challenges;
  • Introduction to the history and models of TNE/Joint Programs;
  • Most recent trends in TNE/Joint Program approvals;
  • Current trends in curriculum development;
  • Developments in teaching capacity building across joint programs;
  • Legal issues with TNE/Joint Programs;
Establishing Effective Management of a China Presence
Identifying Suitable Curriculum and Teaching Resources for Joint Programs in China
Legal Issues for Education Institutions in China (Learn More)
This session identifies a number of legal issues that international education providers might face when engaging with the China market, including key aspects of creating and maintaining collaborative agreements and establishing joint institutes with and without legal status. It also covers the regulatory requirements of operating in China and provides details on the various HR- and tax-related issues and implications.

Partnering with Pathway and Language Training Providers
Practical Cross-Cultural Communication (Learn More)
This session is designed to provide hands-on support and practical knowledge for “front-line” staff on your campus, including dealing with Chinese students and partners. Full of methods to deal with common challenges, practical tips and activities, this workshop can be tailored to match your organisation’s situation. For futher information, please click here.

Working with and Evaluating Recruitment Agents
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