The Protocol School of Washington will conduct a training course for government officials and business executives in Dubai from January 17 to 20 under the patronage of Protocol Department Dubai.
The Protocol Department of Dubai is the official department responsible for managing and organising local and international protocols for His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, as well as members of the Ruling Family, VIPs and official visitors of the country.
An official release on Wednesday said the course would cover topics to equip officials with skills needed in today’s international business, military and diplomatic world.
“The core essence of the protocol profession is ‘Respect’. It’s about being respectful, being respectable and embracing respectability. Our patronage and support to the Protocol School of Washington to conduct their 3rd International Protocol Manager Training course from 17-20 January will play an important role in emphasizing this purpose as well as achieving our shared enthusiasm to develop and impart excellence in this field” said Ahmad Alzaabi, Assistant Director General of Protocol Department-Dubai.
The Protocol School of Washington is the first and only nationally accredited business etiquette and international protocol school in the USA.
Since its inception in 1988 more than 3,000 graduates have been trained, certified, and licensed to use the school's comprehensive training manuals and support materials.
Today, the school is the standard by which others in the industry are judged, continuing its strong presence as an expert among experts. It is the most trusted name in the protocol training industry, and is the global leader in protocol and etiquette training and certification.
The professional coaching that is given provide a thorough foundation in the fundamentals of operational protocol and participants gain a broad understanding of functional business, government, and international protocol.
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