Upon completion of the training week, each trainee is asked to select a topic and present it to the class utilizing their script and selected activity. This allows a practice time with the materials and an opportunity to practice their presentation skills.
How to Design and Set-Up Customized Classes
Trainees are encouraged to design their own training program providing they do not infringe on the Protocol copyright. Suggestions range from children and teen programs to interview etiquette for students. This can be accomplished in twelve steps, which are outlined in class.
Business Builders for Career Development
There is no secret formula to achieve success. It is up to you. To get you started, this session will cover the following:
- Goal Setting and Record Keeping
- How to Set Up and Use an Advisory Board, Forum, and Focus Group
- Tips on Accessing Corporate Accounts
- Tips on Securing Media Attention
- Tips on Developing Your E-mail Database, Social Media, and Website
Certification of Attainment
Upon completion of the training, you will be awarded a Certificate of Attainment embossed with the State of Arizona Seal, and a license to use the Global Protocol materials.
The terms “certification” and “license” can be considered synonymous with each other; the main difference lies in the permissions and copyrights.
Certify/Certification: To confirm expert status. Certification is typically a one-time commitment that includes teaching aids and does not require renewals/updates.
License/Licensee: Formal or authorized permission to use a wider range of trademarked/registered materials for teaching purposes. Licenses are renewable and offered with fee-based updates and additional training. A license is a legal document.
This is a licensed program with Certificate of Attainment.