Whether you have a big event such as a wedding or prom coming up, or you would like to give your family the gift of a unique dinner experience, etiquette training for special occasions will help everyone to be at their best in formal situations.
Youth who practice kindness and respect have stronger self-esteem, enjoy meaningful friendships, and are viewed as leaders. Although youth rarely beg for the opportunity to attend a “manners class”, the participants of this engaging, hands-on course have fun (really!) and leave wanting more. Graduates of the Art of Etiquette for Youth are eager to demonstrate their new skills and share their knowledge with their family and friends.
Teen instruction focuses on such timeless etiquette topics as making a positive first impression and social skills, while also taking an in-depth look at the tremendous impact digital technology has on their everyday actions and behavior. Through acquiring and practicing these indispensable life skills, teens experience a heightened awareness, strengthened relationships, and increased self-esteem as they set out to make their mark on the world.
Service Techniques, Formal Dining Service, Types of Table service, European and Continental Dining styles, Professional Server Image and Superior Customer Service
A course for the wedding couple and/or the wedding party. This 2-hour course includes how to meet new people, dining skills, being a gracious host, gift giving and receiving, receiving lines, making a toast, receiving a toast, response to a toast, and proper thank you note etiquette.
“The 10 Soft Skills Your Kids Can take From the Playground to the Boardroom”
Contact Kim for Etiquette Training for any of the above.