The role of the Press during a Government Travel

Price: £149
Duration: 20-40 hours


The Communications Cabinet is one of the departments that are regularly integrated in the organisation chart of governments and institutions, actively participating in the organisation and coverage of governmental and institutional travel. It carries out tasks related to logistical planning, such as institutional, documentary and audiovisual communication during the development of the trip.

Course format

This module course is available in e-learning format from the virtual campus of the GITT Institute.

This course requires approximately 20 to 40 hours of study to be completed in 3 months from the purchase date (enrolment validity). After the enrolment validity expires, the users will not have access to the course content and will not be able to take the exam.

Student performance will be based on an examination. Please refer to the Exam Information below for more details.

What you will learn

Through this course you will learn about the main figures that make up a Communication Cabinet, as well as the role they play during the organisation and execution of this type of travel. In the same way, you will also learn about the main characteristics and functions of the Governmental or Institutional Communication Cabinet in this new sector, which constitutes an important niche market with attractive opportunities for communication professionals.

Key topics

Governmental and Institutional Travel and Tourism / GITT / Institutional Press / Delegation / Press Cabinet / Protocol.

Who should attend?

This course is recommended for:

  • Students

  • Professionals who want to broaden their knowledge

  • Press Professionals

Certificate awarded

A UNITAR-CIFAL Certificate is awarded to participants successfully passing the final exam.

Exam information

Exam Method: Online exam

Exam Format: Multiple Choice questions, Single choice questions, True/False question

Number of questions: 10

Time Allowance: 30 minutes

Passing Grade: 70 % correct answers

Number of exam attempts: 2