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- Certified International Cross-Culture Specialist
- Certified International Social Etiquette Specialist
- Certified International Business Etiquette Specialist
- Completed instructor training by Japan Protocol Manners Association
- Minding Manners International / The International Etiquette and Protocol Academy of London International Cross-Culture Professional Qualification
- Protocolbureau in Belgium Protocol Master
- George Brown College / Diplomat of Business & Technology – Cornerstone College in Toronto International Business
- English teacher training course completion teacher (various English qualifications, study abroad completion)
- General itinerary management qualification
- Study and experience culture and history through domestic and overseas tour guides
- Study abroad in Toronto, Canada Obtained International Business Technology Diploma
- Employment in Toronto, Canada Travel agency Learning and employment
- Employment in London, England Travel agency Culture and History Research Employment
- Base management at an Australian company in Tokyo
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The secret is cross-cultural technology and international communication skills
Born in the Yamate area of Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, the fourth daughter of five siblings, with a government official as a father and a mother of a former Japan Airlines original employee. The family contributes to education, research, and the nation, and the family receives a thorough Western education based on Catholic teaching. Compulsory education, Sunday school at church school, tutoring, moral education, and the work of my father’s doctoral university professor who was the director of the Institute of Science and Police, Police Agency, transferred to Thailand as an elementary school student, with Japan Living in a different culture Under parents who have experience living in Europe, they grew up in a family that adopted European life and ideas, and received a Western-style education. At the age of 16, he obtained the university entrance qualification test. Obtained a general itinerary management qualification, worked, and studied and experienced culture and history in international and overseas tour guides. Study abroad in Toronto, Canada Learn international business, get a job in Toronto, Canada Work for a travel agency. Employed in London, England Travel agency Culture and History Research Employed. Managed by an Australian company in Tokyo. Achieve world-class results: The secret is cross-culture skills. International Social Etiquette Specialist Certification International Business Etiquette Specialist Certification in London, UK and becoming an expert. Became an expert with International Cross Culture Specialist certification. Completed instructor training for the Japan Protocol Association. Established IDC. International Co., Ltd. and operates The International Cross-Culture® Protocol Academy of Tokyo, The International Etiquette Dance Academy of Tokyo, and The International Social Culture Club. As Japan’s only UK-certified comprehensive international skills training specialist and international communication specialist, he is the managing representative and director of the International Cross-Culture® Protocol Academy of Tokyo, an internationally certified comprehensive international skills training school.
He is familiar with international sense and knowledge, has experience and achievements, precedes cross-cultural communication education in Japan, and teaches necessary abilities in international exchange, international business exchange, and diplomacy. IDC. International Co., Ltd. changed its name to ICPA International Liberal Arts Protocol Co., Ltd. in August 2020.
I grew up in the international city of Yamate, Yokohama, and lived surrounded by foreigners. My parents lived in Germany, and the area of Yamate was a very gorgeous area even during the civilization of the Meiji era, and for that reason, my life was centered on Western culture. The great aunt contributed for more than 40 years as the director of a private kindergarten attached to the Catholic Church, and his rigorous education was passed on to the family.
In a life where there were many foreigners, I had a dream from an early age that “I wish the world became one”, and when I was a student, I had doubts about the Japanese education system, especially English at school. I had doubts about education and had a tutor. I have to see the world. ”I felt a sense of mission without such a reason.
I went out to the world as if I was invited, and had various experiences. From various international experiences, it seemed very sad that the wall of language, the wall of culture, and people passing each other by themselves, but beyond the “wall of language”, “differences in senses and emotions due to culture” I was convinced that there was something to solve the “difference, difference in thinking”. Even if the country changes, “people” are people, so I believed that if we could understand and acknowledge each other and truly coexist on the earth, we could create a better world.
After accumulating various international experiences and sensibilities, studying, researching and experiencing, he found the “answer” and became the first person in Japan to raise the definition of cross-culture. However, the current Japanese society has a human view that is far from internationalization, and I feel that “internationalization” in the original sense has not been achieved.
I am truly proud to be able to offer this course together with my own research results. Different countries and cultures have different feelings, but the emotions that remain in the heart of human beings do not change. It is a very important international communication skill, and at the same time, it gives people confidence, dreams and hopes at the individual level, and makes life shine in the true sense of the word.
We will work in good faith and provide guidance so that we can spread the wonders of this learning in Japan and make Japan a more globally recognized country.We sincerely hope that all of our students will have a deeper and more wonderful life based on these skills that will be useful throughout their lives.
We sincerely look forward to welcoming you.
Internationally Certified International Liberal Arts Protocol College Director of the school
Representative Director of ICPA International Protocol Co., Ltd.
Murata Cecilia Truth
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