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Institute of Protocol The Hague

EDU Accreditation:

18th Nov 2018   -  18th Nov 2022

Two Day Protocol Training in English:

Protocol, international protocol, etiquette, ceremonial and cultural differences.

  • How to be aware of sensitivities when placing guests?

  • What is the right order of precedence and which guests rank most highly?

  • To what type of meeting is protocol applicable and how are these meetings organized?

  • How to deal with international guests and international protocol?

  • What rules of behavior apply to official meetings?

After completing such training, participants are equipped to meet the challenges and complexities of protocol management.

Institute of Protocol The Hague trains participants to become skilled protocol professionals.

Participants quickly become proficient in the inner workings of organizing diplomatic and professional meetings for dignitaries, by learning the most fundamental and essential lessons of protocol.

Who should attend the Two Day Protocol Training?

•Embassy staff
•Event planners
•Protocol officers
•Personal assistants
•Policy employees
•Communication specialists
•Account managers

Participants are trained by:

  • Gilbert Monod de Froideville the former Master of Ceremonies to Queen Beatrix.

  • Isabel Amaral, the most renowned Portuguese expert on corporate image and protocol.

  • William Hanson, UK’s leading etiquette expert  and stage manager Rebecca van Leeuwen.

The training programmes of the Institute of Protocol The Hague meet only the very highest of standards.

During the interactive lessons, participants are set exercises, work on business cases, are presented with video materials, and discuss the most common and uncommon issues and scenarios concerning protocol.

The training includes a binder with handouts, a framed certificate of the Institute of Protocol The Hague, all catering during the programme including two lunches and a three-course etiquette dinner and a guest lecture by Bengt-Arne Hulleman of the International Criminal Court.


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