Executive Diploma in Protocol & High-Level Events

  • Executive Diploma in Protocol & High-Level Events

Learn and train how to organise high-level events – this programme will provide answers to the following questions: “What do I do if my guest lists include Ambassadors, CEOs, Director Generals, Artists and Scientists? How do I gain confidence in addressing Diplomats? How do I create an appropriate seating arrangement and welcome speech for my Corporate Event? How do I organise an event from preparing invitation, RSVP to choosing an appropriate gifts for my clients? How do I distinguish different types of dress code? How do I measure the security level of different situations? What are the important points regarding social media and press?“ This course will help you answering these questions and many more with proficiency and provide solutions for unpredictable situations in protocol.

Executive Diplomas (ED) offer official credit off the Executive Master Programme (EMP)  the expertise categories are offered independently and are a great option for those participants who may only be interested in a specific EMP expertise, or those who currently do not have the time to complete either EMP but may wish to do so in the future. Participants who opt for specific expertise rather than the whole EMP will be awarded an ISPD Executive Diploma and will have the opportunity to transfer the credit of the taken courses to our EMP at a later stage.

ED Regulations – To upgrade the ED into EMP:

  • ISPD Executive Diploma holders who also hold a BA degree or 5 years of proven experience in related area, and desire to migrate to the EMP can transfer the Executive Diplomas in one of the expertise of EMP. 
  • Experienced non-degree holder (with the exemption of those with 5 years of proven experience in related area) who want to join the Executive Diploma programme may take it as Professional Training.
  • Participants may opt for a blended mode, e.g. they can follow 3 expertise online and 1 professional training. We are flexible when it comes to the choice of modes, however, it is necessary to inform the ISPD in advance of the modes participants would like to follow. 

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