Today, Julie Lambert-Burnet and Dr Caroline Hong launched a new business and a new website, as Co Founders of the “Sydney School of Protocol – Asians in Australia
Julie Lambert-Burnet and Caroline Hong met in Sydney at an Australia China Business Council SME event this year. They both started talking about the issues and challenges facing the next generation, particularly Asians in Australia, wanting help to give them that competitive edge to enjoy living, studying and working in Australia.
The Sydney School of Protocol-Asians in Australia, offers a ‘next generation’ approach to developing protocol and etiquette skills for success in social and business settings.
We help Asian people living, working or studying in Australia, to lift their competitiveness in Australian society.
Graduates from children to young adults and corporate executives, develop personal and professional skills that give them the composure and confidence to excel in a changing environment.
We use our established and practical curriculum with a focus on image and presentation, personal branding, career advancement, global intelligence, inter-cultural relations and customer service training.
All our programs are tailored to suit Asians who are either new to Australia or for established residents, who wish to invest in themselves, for a more rewarding life in their career, business and social environment. We believe that we can help Asian people who are living, working or studying in Australia, at all stages in their life to enhance their career progress and business opportunities in Australia. Give yourself or your loved ones an investment of a lifetime, to gain that extra confidence, style, social competence, cultural and etiquette intelligence.
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