The Protocol School of Washington is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (www.ACCET.org). ACCET is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency. As an accredited institution we continue to review, monitor, and revise our curriculum, instructional delivery, and facilitators in order to ensure the highest quality education and training.
Tuition includes access to the training materials and a certificate of completion.
By completing your registration, you acknowledge that the program is for your exclusive use only. Using or sharing of login details to the system that provides access to the program materials is prohibited and is cause for immediate termination of access without notice to you.
You are solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your user name and password and for all activities that occur under your user name and password. You agree to immediately notify our office if you become aware of or have reason to believe that there is any unauthorized use of your account or any breach of security. You also agree to take all reasonable steps to stop such unauthorized use and to cooperate with PSOW in any investigation of such unauthorized uses or of infringements of PSOW’s intellectual property rights in the training.
PSOW grants to its registered users a non-transferable, non-exclusive and revocable permission to the trainee to use the training for the disclosed term. Training is solely for trainee’s personal, non-commercial use; you may not use the training in any way in exchange for monetary consideration. Individuals other than the trainee may not access or view this electronic file or use supporting materials, whether electronically or in print. The trainee is permitted online access to the training and may download, save, or print one hard copy of discreet sections for your sole reference.
All program materials provided to trainee are owned by School and protected by the U.S. and international copyright laws.
U.S. and international copyright laws prohibit the copying, distribution, use or display of a copyrighted work without the prior permission of the copyright owner. These restrictions apply to software as well as written material and extend to the making of derivative works or compilations of any copyrighted material.
Specific prohibitions include but are not limited to the following:
Violations can result in civil and criminal penalties.
All full certificate program registrants will be required to sign a copy of the Training Agreement upon acceptance into the course. The Training Agreement becomes a legal and binding contract once completed and signed by you and the School.
Any credit earned for coursework is transferrable as outlined in the relevant sample training agreement and not limited to location of training.
Intercultural Etiquette and Protocol Trainer
Sample Training Agreement: https://www2.psow.edu/TA_IE_Sample
Sample Training Agreement: https://www2.psow.edu/Sample_TA_IEPT_IDL
International Protocol Manager Training
Sample Training Agreement: https://www2.psow.edu/TA_IPMT_Sample
Sample Training Agreement: https://www2.psow.edu/Sample_TA_IPMT_IDL
Protocol Officer Training
Sample Training Agreement: https://www2.psow.edu/TA_PO_Sample
Live, Online (12 week and 6 week programs)
Sample Training Agreement: https://www2.psow.edu/Sample_TA_POTC_IDL
Protocol Foundations and VIP Management
Sample Training Agreement: https://www2.psow.edu/TA_Sample_MCA
Protocol and Etiquette Single Subject Courses
Students share the responsibility of developing and maintaining an academic and professionally conducive environment with the management and staff of this institution. It is expected that each student will respect and uphold the rights of all who are involved in the educational and administrative processes of this institution by adhering to the following practices and principles.
Student responsibilities include consistent attendance (no less than 90% of the course), conscientious effort within the classroom to promote an open exchange of information, and compliance with standard academic practices. Furthermore, students are advised of thier right to pursue their education in a setting free of harassment or discrimination, and are expected to apply the same values to the staff and their peers.
The training manager will track classroom attendance to the nearest quarter of the hour with continual monitoring of any departure during the session occurring. After an attendee earns four tardy/early departures, an hour will be deducted from the total attendance, with every tardy/early departure thereafter resulting in a loss of 15 minutes from the total time. Class time missed will be totaled at the completion of the course to determine if 90% of the course was fulfilled by the student. In the case of an emergency, if a student falls below the 90% attendance requirements, students may return to the next scheduled training to finish the segment of training missed or the decision to award a certificate of completion may be decided at the discretion of the President and/or training manager.
The institution will not tolerate the unauthorized copying, distribution, use or display of a copyrighted work without the prior permission of the copyright owner. These restrictions apply to software as well as written or printed material and extend to the making of derivative works or compilations of any copyrighted material. This policy defines software as any electronic copyrighted material, including but not limited to software applications, video, audio, or other data files. Students and employees must adhere to the contractual obligations of this institution, and are expected to comply with all copyright laws. Any individual found to be in violation of this policy may be subject to discipline and additionally may be held responsible in civil or criminal liability.
All students may meet with their instructors during and after class to ask questions, receive tutoring, and/or obtain additional information about the course offerings.
Only written material prepared and provided by the School may be distributed or made available at this training or other function.
A roster will be made available to class participants and training facilitators. This roster may include student name, company, contact information and email address as provided on the registration form. If you DO NOT want certain information made available to your fellow students, please provide advance notification to the School.
Photographs or videos may be obtained throughout the training and may be used by the School for website, digital platforms, and collateral material. Names or personal information will not be released with any publication of these graphics without your consent.
A student may lodge a complaint either verbally or in writing to the training manager, Director of Training, or President. If an oral complaint is not resolved within a reasonable time period, a complaint may be submitted in writing. Students submitting a written complaint should complete the Student Complaint Form. Within ten days of receiving the complaint, the School will acknowledge the student's complaint and follow-up with a verbal discussion on what actions have been taken to resolve the issue. If the student feels the complaint is still not resolved, they may contact the governing organization for the area in which the course is delivered to escalate the complaint. Students submitting an external appeal should complete the Student Notice of Appeal Form and submit it to the School.
In-Person; Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Complaints should be submitted to the Abu Dhabi Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (ACTVET) in writing through their Contact Us form located on their website.
In-Person; Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Complaints should be submitted to the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in writing through their e-feedback form located on their website.
In-Person; Virginia, United States of America
Complaints should be submitted to the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) in writing through their Student Complaint Form located on their website.
In-Person or Live, Online; Nationwide
Complaints should be submitted to to the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) in writing through their Complaint Procedures outlined in Doc 49.1.
The Protocol School of Washington reserves the right to substitute training facilitators, modify prices, change dates and/or times of programs or cancel scheduled programs due to insufficient enrollment or unexpected circumstances.