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3 x 3 x 3 Special Offer

As one of my valued contacts, I would like to take this opportunity to share a special offer with you before I go on Maternity leave.

Don’t hesitate to take advantage of this very limited time:

3 x 3 x 3 DEAL!

For just 3 months InterACT WA will offer their 3 most popular communication workshops in an interesting package for only a 3 figure price. 

These In-house Training Sessions give you an opportunity to train up to 36 people in this special deal.
Choose from one of these three training workshop packages currently on offer:

Powerful Feedback – Skills for giving powerful effective feedback
- Sensitive Communication – Authentic Personal Communication to engage.
- Dealing with Objections Overcoming resistance when presenting ideas

Each individual workshop package includes:

A session to ensure training is integrated with your organizational goals & values
* Online inventory – to help participants gain more from their workshop experience
 A 4 hour, high impact, face to face workshop
* Participants workbook with complete background information
* Full evaluation report

This offer is valid until October 30th 2015 / In Company only / Max 12 participants per workshop / Perth Region only.
 Your special offer:

Regular Package Price $1985,- +GST

NOW $997,- +GST per Workshop Package.
(That’s only $83 per person with 12 participants!)

Why InterACT WA?

An InterACT training workshop is not just a workshop. It’s an experience!
InterACT specializes in bringing theories to life by using theatre based learning methods. We provide Actor-led training sessions where your employees can improve their soft skills by DOING. We let participants ‘practice what they preach’ by simulating a real experience.

Participants can safely practice new behaviours and appreciate their actions’ impact, without risking client relationships or reputation in a non-destructive testing environment.

The high impact training sessions are provided by Janine de Muinck, trainer, role play actor and coach from the Netherlands. Using professional actors in Employee Development has been common practice in Europe for more than thirty years.

The blend of relevance, fun, and role-play has been very successful and delivered real results. Janine works on the basis of triple impact that combines business theory with theatre and training.

Hear what others have to say?

"Janine has an engaging style that focuses on theatre and active learning methods and uses quite confronting exercises to facilitate participants learning. You leave the training having had fun and with key ideas you can put into action. She leaves you coming back for more!"
Su-Lyn Lacey 
Capability Development Specialist HBF

"I would thoroughly recommend Janine to anyone because she has a broad range of skills and knowledge to make sure you get the best out of your training" 
Jeff Harris
Manager Scitech 

Contact me today to lock in your workshop date(s) seeing availability is extremely limited.
Hope to talk to you soon!

Warm regards,

Janine de Muinck
InterACT WA – Acting Coaching Training
M: +61 487 693 349 – E: – W:


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