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Calendar

2016

 During the month of January, Isabel Amaral delivered two trainings for the National Assembly (Portuguese Parliament) and in February she gave Masterclasses on Protocol and Communication for foreign students.

 She was also a keynote speaker at a Conference organized by ChinaLogus( ISEG ) and the Association of Young Businessmen of Portugal China - AJEPC "China as a Strategic Partner of Portugal".

 In March she was a speaker at QSP Summit in Oporto and at the Asia Week held at the Lisbon University.

 

During the first semester of 2016 she continued her training activity for ICP, IIP, Global Estratégia and Protocolbureau. 

 

 2015

After  delivering trainings for business groups in Lisbon and Evora during the month of Janiuary, Isabel Amaral has delivered several trainings for  many Portuguese enterprises, namely for SONAE and Fidelidade among others, as well as protocol consultancy for events

She continued to giver inter-companies training for the  International Consultancy Portugal and  for EDP University as well as for the Institute of Protocol in the Hague, Netherlands.

These trainings had to be restricted in the second semester of 2015 because she signed a contrat with a publishing company to write a book about Protocol for events to be published at the end of the next year.

Conferences and lectures in 2014

On  February 7th Isabel Amaral spoke about «How to overcome cultural differences in international events» at the 4th National Meeting of Events Management Students in Alcochete. More information here

On March12th she was the speaker at the XIII Journey of ARPPA in Seville, Spain.More information here.

Isabel Amaral returned to the Netherlands to be a trainer at the second international Two Day Protocol Training in The Hague which was held on 20 and 21 March at the Protocolbureau.More information here.

In April she as a keynote speaker at an International protocol Congress organized by UNED, a Spanish University, in Madrid. More information here.

In June she returned to the Netherlands to be a trainer at the third international Two Day Protocol Training in The Hague which was held on 26 and 27 June at the Protocolbureau.More information here.

In July 7th  she was one of the speakers at the Associations Meeting Show Conference 2014 held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, UK. 

In Ju she started working for ISCEM as a teacher at several Executive Masters on Protocol and Public Relations for governamental officials of several ministries from East Timor.

On  the first week of September she gave training on International Protocol in Windhoek, Namibia. The  training was organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Namibia in partnership with the Institute of Protocol The Hague, and attended by Namibian Diplomats and other relevant officials from O/M/As”. The training took place from 01 September 2014 to 05 September 2014 at the Namibia Institute of Public Administration and Management (NIPAM), in Windhoek. 

On September 16th she gave a workshop on Chinese Culture at Fidelidade in Lisbon..

She was invited as an expert to speak about protocol rules in large events for a governamental agency on September 24 and next day she oriented a workshop for a Law office in Lisbon.

On October 1st she gave a lecture at the central bank, Banco de Portugal, in Lisbon.

From the 29th September till the 3rd October she gave a training on Protocol for a group of  relevant Angolan officials. The training was organized by Conceito O2.

 

 

 

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Isabel Amaral is one of the most requested experts on Image, Communication and Protocol, being responsible for many executive coaching activities in Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Cabo Verde, Namibia, Netherlands, Angola and the People's Republic of China. She is also responsible for promoting investigation and superior studies on protocol in Portugal and the author of several books and publications.

Isabel Amaral