Here writes: Dr. Roland Forster

Roland ForsterDr. Roland Forster is a lecturer at the University of Saarbrücken and a communication trainer. Forster studied speech science, German, social studies, political science and, in addition to the 1st and 2nd state exams and doctorate, also passed a speech educator examination (DGSS). He is a lecturer for German as a foreign language and oral communication at the Saarland University in Saarbrücken. Since 1998 he has been responsible for the “Oral Communication” module at the “Consulting” event (Institute for Information Systems, Saarbrücken University). He also works as a communication trainer in companies, especially in the IT sector. The majority of the participants in his events are consultants, mostly between the ages of 20 and 40. More information at forsterkomm.de






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