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What does PDS stand for?

PDS stands for Personal Development Skills (various organizations)

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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The programme aims to equip participants with internationally-recognised professional certifications along with enhanced personal development skills, which will drive their growth in the industry.
It will provide students with not only essential employment skills, but also personal development skills which are vital for them as they enter the workplace.
Other features of the two year courses, which awards at AS/A Level, BTEC Level 3 Diploma and industry recognised qualifications such as those offered by the Association of Accounting Technicians, include softer personal development skills, corporate governance, commercial awareness and networking.
The list includes: Eben Pagan , an American business entrepreneur, author and speaker best known for business management, growth, and personal development skills to internet marketers; Marie Forleo , one of the most dynamic, fun, and successful business coaches online; Les Mckeown , best-selling author who will talk about his "Predictable Success model"; Max Simon , a unique entrepreneur who blends his extensive background in personal transformation, consciousness, and wellness with his cutting-edge knowledge and training in real world business; Mike Hill , a volume media buyer, innovator, genius and high traffic conversion specialist; Juan Martitegui , an expert in salesmanship and marketing.
The three-week CPISP Candidate Leadership Program, which aims to develop leadership, communication, and personal development skills, serves as a component of the selection criteria used to determine the final recipients of the Crown Prince's scholarships, and includes workshops, seminars, lectures from guest speakers, and team building and problems solving activities.
They also learned more about the programme which aims to enhance leadership, communication and personal development skills of student candidates vying for next year's scholarships.