Invited speaker, Zaafar Md Sanid, a Consultant Assistant from the INTAN Training Centre, Sabah described the five main modules of etiquette and protocol management; professional-look, communication, professional relationship ethic, official event management and table manners.
According to him, this course provided an opportunity for the participants to gain more knowledge and deeper understanding on protocols and the know-how of certain ceremonies, besides applying corporate image consisting of self-image, personality and communication.
“We are also putting into practice the elements contained in the five main modules so that students can apply them when organising their own activities or programmes in future,” he said.
Meanwhile, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student Affairs and Alumni), Associate Professor Dr. Ismail Ali said, with such programme, students would be able to manage the protocols when organising events in the future in a more organised and efficient manner.
“This is consistent with our desire to produce graduates who are competent and holistic in skills and their personality,” he said.
Source: Student Development Division, Student Affairs Department