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Seminar / Trainning on Forensic Claim Analysis / Time Impact Analysis

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Ciamak Mir-Eschghi
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does anybody have an idea or any experience with good seminars on forensic scheduling, time impact analysis, claim analysis in Europe or webinars on the net?


Thansk for any insight any of you might have.



Mike Testro
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Hi Ciamak

You will get good training from my ebook Priciples of Delay Analysis downloa from my website It goes beyond telling you what to do - it explains How to Do It. Download for £75.00 via paypal.

Best regards

Mike Testro

Patrick Weaver
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Hill International run good seminars 2 or 3 times a year. some free resources are available at: