RPT launches in the Middle East! Dubai dates announced

Dear friends

Just in case you missed our latest email to blog subscribers and graduates, we are excited to announce the launch of RPT in Dubai. This is our first course in the Middle East.

We expect that these courses will attract mostly expatriates living in Dubai and students traveling from abroad for the course. We are hoping, with Najoua’s help, to interest a number of local Emirates people as well.

The dates:

  • Level 1: Friday and Saturday the 10th and 11th of December; and
  • Level 2: Thursday, Friday and Saturday the 16th-18th December.

(In case you are wondering, the Arabic weekend falls on Friday and Saturday as Friday.)

We are offering a significant discount to the usual pricing for people who book into Level 1 and 2 as a package (they are intended to flow back to back). The combined price is just USD  $995 (or AED 3700 in local currency).  Refer to our Dubai website page for booking details.

The audience for this course will be a mix of locals and ex-pats.  Quite a few of our subscribers are flying in from Europe, Asia and beyond because flights to Dubai are quite cheap.  View the Emirate Air website or discount travel sites like eDreams for travel offers from your city.

We are negotiating for discount accommodation for students at the hotel venue. This will be available on our website booking page as soon is it announced, or you can email the local promoter.  Contact details on the Dubai booking page

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If you missed it, you can still read the last email sent to students and subscribers here (their formatting is a little off but the message is there).

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September 18, 2010 in Thoughts For the Day
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  1. Thanks for the information. I found it very useful and I am really looking forward to seeing your posts in the future. Fantastic website.


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