Want to excel in your career and set your ambition on to the right path?
Whether you are looking to start your global corporate career or you wish to start your own business, are a graduate who has just started in the workplace, wishing to advance to the top, the Sydney School of Protocol programs are tailored to each individual’s needs as well as group programs.
University / Graduates Programs at a glance - click on each to explore the program outline, learning and developmental outcomes.
RSVPs and Invitations
Host and Guest Duties
Glassware and Toasting
Eating Various Foods
Business over Food and Drinks
Continental, American and Asian Dining Skills
"My training program "Becoming a Corporate Global Citizen" was an absolute paradigm shifting experience. The lessons learnt have allowed me to improve and optimize my etiquette skills. It will certainly be an invaluable and competitive edge for me as I promote my personal brand within a professional and casual environment. The professionalism shown by Julie and Simone was a catalyst in my transformation over this supercharged session. The feedback received was immediate and they were on point to correct any discrepancies in my performance. Such feedback will prove valuable as I bring forth the life skills that I have learnt into the corporate world."
- Marcos Martinez, Law Graduate, Perth
“Within a week, I gained a new perspective on my career pathways and learnt how I could succeed in the corporate world. I therefore feel this tour is valuable for students who want to gain a ‘kick-start’ in their corporate career and learn skills that cannot be taught in a classroom setting.”
- Olivia Mittiga
"On the fifth day of the study tour, we were amazed with how far we had come in such a short period of time. In particular, it was a highlight to see how we all had improved our gravitas and entrance into a room!"
- Tina Tran and Anita Bryant
"By refining our dining etiquette, we open up the opportunity for ourselves to impress potential employers or clients we might find ourselves acquainted with during these occasions. As future business leaders we want to make sure we use the right tools to make the world our 'oyster'."
- Mervyn Tan and Nicholas Theodorakoupoulos