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Upcoming programme edition

We offer this programme in a hybrid format, which combines on campus and live online learning:

  • Module 1: Strategic Rewards Unveiled
    3 May 2021: Networking dinner, Ghent Campus (6 PM – 10 PM)
    4 May 2021: Ghent Campus (9 AM – 4 PM)
    5 May 2021: Ghent Campus (9 AM – 4 PM)
  • Module 2: Total Rewards
    11 May 2021: Live online webinar (11 AM – 12.30 PM)
  • Module 3: Enhancing the Employee Reward Experience by great Communication
    18 May 2021: Live online webinar (11 AM – 12.30 PM)
  • Module 4: Compensation
    25 May 2021: Live online webinar (11 AM – 12.30 PM)
    1 June 2021: Live online (1 PM – 5.30 PM)
    8 June 2021: Live online webinar (11 AM – 12.30 PM)
  • Module 5: Benefits
    15 June 2021: Live online (9 AM – 12.30 PM)
  • Module 6: Putting Knowledge into Action
    20 Sep 2021: Come back day (11 AM – 6.30 PM)
Due to the current situation the locations can still be changed.

4,5 days

Vlerick Ghent Campus , Online


4595 euros (excl. 21% VAT)
This programme is residential (evening activities are included). The hotel costs are not included in the programme price.

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