Comments about Course in International Protocol Manager Training - At the institution - Columbia - SC - South Carolina
The International Protocol Manager Training (IPMT) is a version of The Protocol School of Washington®’s acclaimed Protocol Officer Training offered at training locations outside the continental United States. Both trainings cover the same curriculum of skill building and core knowledge, preparing attendees to be effective protocol professionals in any situation or location in the world. The courses’ different names reflect the preference of U.S. graduates to be trained as protocol officers and those outside the U.S. to be trained as protocol managers.Plan for Your Success:
Protocol has become a highly sophisticated and strategic asset in today’s international business, military, and diplomatic world. It dictates how we behave socially, conduct business, and interact in specific situations. For the individual, having the professional skill to orchestrate events where social, religious, international, and political considerations are present is highly valued. For organizations, it is important to have personnel in place who are equipped with the right protocol credentials to create and maintain a competitive advantage.Course Overview
Expert instruction, guided exercises, and coaching provide a thorough foundation in the fundamentals of operational protocol. Participants gain a broad understanding of functional business, government, and international protocol. Interactive classroom case studies prepare participants to confidently apply protocol principles to complex situations. Strong personal leadership skill development balances this high quality curriculum, elevating the graduate’s confidence, preparedness, and professionalism.How You Will Benefit
Professionals who require competency as an operational protocol professional—one who holds an office of trust, responsibility, and authority and must ensure the appropriate rules of international protocol and public affairs—will learn current tools, methods, and processes for orchestrating events where international order of precedence, customs, and cultural differences are critical. Sessions are devoted to individual protocol topics, with emphasis on universally accepted practices for official and social customs and courtesies, and rights and dignities of individuals, groups of people, and nations.Who Should Attend?
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