Failure to properly understand the rules of protocol and diplomatic etiquette will definitely have negative consequences for relations between countries. Therefore, this course is designed to enable participants to acquire and master this accurate understanding and to apply international protocols, etiquette, protocols and ceremonies efficiently and effectively. This course will cover the topics of diplomacy and intercultural communication, ceremonies and ceremonies of official receptions, order of precedence, titles and forms of address, international media ceremonies, ceremonies planning and management of official ceremonies, etiquette, and the art of gift giving.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
Directors and men of protocol in the departments and offices of ceremonies and ceremonies.
Workers in the diplomatic field and official institutions.
Managers and secretaries of VIP offices.
Officials of companies that organize conferences and exhibitions.
Managers and workers in the departments and departments of public relations, protocols and protocols in the bodies and companies in the public and private sectors.
All those interested and wishing to develop their personal skills in this field.
New employees in previous jobs.
Candidates for those positions.
Those wishing to prepare themselves to run for these jobs.
Students and graduates of public relations and media.
Everyone interested in owning and developing his behavior based on the rules of etiquette and international protocol.
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the course, delegates will be able to:
Knowing the concept of diplomacy and the qualities and degrees of diplomats.
Introducing the participants to the origins of the art of etiquette and the international protocol.
Developing the participants' capabilities in official and diplomatic dealings.
Providing participants with the necessary skills to master the arts of etiquette and protocol.
Historical introduction to etiquette and protocol.
Concept of etiquette and protocol
The difference between protocol and etiquette.
Etiquette and protocol in heritage.
The most important principles of the protocol and their application areas.
Ceremonies, etiquette and diplomatic protocol.
Sources of codifying etiquette and international protocol.
The Vienna Conventions and the consolidation of the international and diplomatic protocol.
Etiquette and international protocol skills.
The art of courtesy and upscale dealings.
Skills of presentation, handshake, acquaintance and presentation of personal cards.
Speaking and recitation skills.
Etiquette of speaking and listening and acquiring good listening skills.
The art of using body language.
Outfit and grooming etiquette.
Etiquette of VIPs.
Take precedence rules.
Protocol for official visits.
Etiquette of social visits.
The gift (receiving, presenting and choosing a gift).
Etiquette for elevators and escalators.
Etiquette of attending banquets and official parties.
The official table etiquette applications.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city