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27 February 2024

The Protocol School of Washington gets re-accredited

By Staff

The Protocol School of Washington has again been awarded a 5-year grant of accreditation with the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (Accet.org)— a national governing council recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a “reliable authority” on quality education and training.

“We are truly honored to once again be recognized by the ACCET,” said Pamela Eyring, president of The Protocol School of Washington. “This important accreditation speaks to the rigid standards and quality training of our administrative and instructional staff and it helps us further our reputation as a global leader in business etiquette, image and international protocol training.”

Saeed Alsalkhadi, Managing Director of Gulf & Middle East Region at PSOW said: “Re-accreditation is another important milestone in school’s history, as Protocol School of Washington is considered the main reference for International Protocol & Business Etiquette Training”.

Ahmad Ali Alzaabi, Assistant Director General of the Protocol Department- Dubai said: “We are pleased for the Re-accreditation achievement for Protocol School of Washington. Throughout our partnership with the school, we ensure bringing the highest academic standards in International Protocol Training in UAE and the region”.

In the accreditation review, Accet said: “While there are numerous ‘finishing schools,’ in which a student can learn the mechanics and requirements of social etiquette, the PSOW has identified a broader need to teach and develop social skills and intercultural awareness, which are vital in a rapidly globalizing, increasingly interconnected society.”

“The programs are clear, frequently refreshed, and well designed to achieve their stated goals.”

“The Protocol School of Washington is highly responsive to the needs of all of its stakeholders (staff, facilitators, and students), regularly incorporates feedback from all stakeholders into its policies, procedures, and curriculum, thus demonstrating unconditional commitment to student success.”

“The institution maintains an expansive network of professional relationships which greatly helps the institution keep abreast of trends in the field of protocol, as well as in a variety of functional areas pertinent to running a successful business and school.”