What is a “Diplomatic Protocol” course?
The Diplomatic Protocol course is a 7-day course teaching the codes of conduct and rules of precedence used in the diplomatic world.
Protocol is a set of codes and rules that must be followed in diplomatic relations. With this in mind, the CEDS has set up the “Diplomacy and Protocol” program for senior executives, military officers and diplomats in office. A wide range of topics are covered, including the status of diplomats, immunities, accreditations and rules of precedence. The lessons take into account the need to adapt the protocol to cultural diversity, conflict situations and the context of multilateral diplomacy.
What are the reasons to do a Diplomatic Protocol training?
Quickly acquire the essential rules of conduct in diplomatic environments.
Avoid the negative consequences of not knowing the customs and codes of conduct adopted in the diplomatic environment.
Courses are taught by leading academics and experts in the fields of diplomacy, strategy and international relations.
- Adapting the protocol to cultural differences
- The summit protocol
The program is delivered over 7 business days, depending on demand, from June 2022 to June 2023.
The short courses are open to anyone who wants to take them.
The auditor must submit an application file consisting of a CV and a copy of a valid ID.
All our speakers are lecturers or experts in their field.
The program is validated by a certificate of completion in “Diplomatic Protocol”.
Classes are held at 10 rue Sextius Michel 75015 Paris.
The success rate is 99%.
The premises are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Our programs can be followed in person or by videoconference, at the choice of the listener.