We have etiquette classes for businessmen and women, those preparing for college or the workplace and even children and teens. Please read below to see which program fits you best!
ETIQUETTE FOR YOUTH
Class Act, an etiquette, dining, and Dance course for today’s children and teens, where young people not only learn the outer skills of practicing good manners and respect for others, but the inner strengths of character-building and self-confidence.
For parents who recognize the importance of their children’s manners, this interactive program focuses on social and communications skills. The more we know about manners, the more confident we feel. Confidence in party and dining situations frees us from worrying about making mistakes.
We’ve all experienced awkward moments of dropping a fork on the floor and wondering whether to pick it up or leave it, or showing up at a party all dressed up while everyone else is wearing jeans. Students learn to feel comfortable and confident in social situations, no matter how many forks are at their place.
Give your children a gift that will last a lifetime. Guaranteed to have fun. Your children can be a Class Act!
ETIQUETTE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS
Over 50% of business is conducted at the table. The business meal is an important way to build relationships with employers, clients and colleagues. 30% of job interviews are lost due to poor dining skills.
Programs for colleges and graduate schools are similar in content to those for professionals in business and education, but are customized for young professionals about to enter the workforce.
Pricing depends on number of sessions, content, and number of students.
Good manners are good business. To be successful in business, you have to be confident in rules of etiquette & business protocol.
Many companies take potential employees or new hires to lunch or dinner to observe their comfort level with conversation and formal dining. Many of us experience some anxiety at social functions, particularly at a party with strangers.
Techniques and skills gained at Class Act seminars will give participants the critical edge they need when both applying for positions and advancing within their career field. Seminars promote the way business etiquette, social etiquette, communications, and dining skills can be applied to everyday personal and professional life.
You will also find out information on College Prep and Young Professionals about to enter the workplace.