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German-Hellenic Chamber’s AHK Akademie Offers High-Level Professional Development

February 11, 2020
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ATHENS – The German-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce introduced a new service, the AHK Akademie, to help the professional development of executives through educational seminars.

Seminars address main sectors of the Greek economy and focus on the acquisition of special knowledge as well as on the development of soft skills.

The chamber is implementing the programmes in cooperation with established member companies involved in the certification quality management systems, products and facilities as well as in the certification of job requirements.

The first seminars will be held in the period February-April in cooperation with the company DQS Hellas and will focus on three main sectors of the Greek economy: the Food, Logistics, and Pharmaceuticals markets.

Specifically the seminars will includeTAPA Familiarization Training, Good Distribution Practices, HACCP and Legal Requirements and Good Manufacturing Practices.

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