Charm School for Youth & Teens… Summer 2013

Youth & Teen Etiquette Classes & Charm SchoolYou have heard it before, “Young peo­ple today have no manners!”

It doesn’t mat­ter if it’s true or not. Per­cep­tion is real­ity, and what peo­ple think is true is true for them. This means young peo­ple start out with a handicap—people expect them to be rude and boorish.

Eti­quette Con­sult­ing Inc Presents:

Charm School for Youth & Teens

Sum­mer ses­sion 2013

In this two day work­shop stu­dents will learn:

Ses­sion 1:

  • Pre­sen­ta­tion Skills
  • First Impressions/Body language
  • Intro­duc­tions and handshakes
  • Basic table set­ting vs. Semi for­mal table setting
  • Amer­i­can style of dining
  • What is self-esteem?
  • Pos­i­tive thinking

Ses­sion 2:

  • Please, thank you and excuse me
  • Being a gra­cious run­ner up
  • Tele­phone skills
  • Giv­ing & receiv­ing gifts
  • Thank you notes
  • Man­ners do travel
  • Man­ners at the table
  • Pos­ture at the table
  • Proper table talk
  • Menus and ordering meals
  • Dif­fi­cult to eat foods
  • Din­ing do’s and don’ts

Dates & Time:

Youths: Tues­day June 18, 2013 & Wednes­day June 19, 2013

Time: 5:00 – 6:30pm

Ages: 7 — 13

Your Invest­ment: $140.00 per student

To reg­is­ter your child click here

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Teens: Tues­day June 11, 2013 & Wednes­day June 12, 2013

Time: 5:00 – 6:30pm

Ages: 14–17

Your Invest­ment: $140.00 per student

To reg­is­ter your teen click here

Work­shop meets for two con­sec­u­tive days at Eti­quette Con­sult­ing Inc’s HQ in Mar Vista.  The last ses­sion con­cludes with a din­ner party where the stu­dents can prac­tice every­thing they have learned. Classes are inter­ac­tive and are taught using role-playing exercises.

Stu­dents will receive a hand­book con­tain­ing the lessons for the course that they may keep and use to help rein­force the proper social behav­ior, self-respect and self-confidence that they will take away from the class.

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Teens Etiquette Classes

Man­ners are a lost art in today’s soci­ety because chil­dren are spend­ing more and more time in front of their tele­vi­sions and their com­put­ers and los­ing out on social inter­ac­tion. What these teens do not know is that good man­ners are a skill that can pro­vide an advan­tage in the busi­ness world as well as in their daily life.

This 3 day work­shop begins April 2, 2013

Ses­sion 1:

  • Pre­sen­ta­tion Skills
  • First Impressions/Body language
  • Intro­duc­tions and handshakes
  • Basic table set­ting vs. Semi for­mal table setting
  • Amer­i­can style of dining

Ses­sion 2:

  • What is self-esteem?
  • Pos­i­tive thinking
  • Please, thank you and excuse me
  • Being a gra­cious run­ner up
  • Tele­phone skills
  • Giv­ing & receiv­ing gifts
  • Thank you notes
  • Man­ners do travel

Ses­sion 3:

  • Man­ners at the table
  • For­mal table settings
  • Pos­ture at the table
  • Proper table talk
  • Menus and order­ing meals
  • Nap­kins
  • Dif­fi­cult to eat foods
  • Din­ing do’s and don’ts
Work­shop meets for three con­sec­u­tive days begin­ning Tues­day April 2, 2013. The last ses­sion con­cludes with a din­ner party where the stu­dents can prac­tice every­thing they have learned while enjoy­ing a light lunch. Classes are inter­ac­tive and are taught using role-playing exercises.

Stu­dents will receive a hand­book con­tain­ing the lessons for the course that they may keep and use to help rein­force the proper social behav­ior, self-respect and self-confidence that they will take away from the class – while hav­ing fun & mak­ing new friends.

Dates: Tues­day      April 2, 2013

            Wednes­day April 3, 2013

            Thurs­day    April 4, 2013

Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm

Ages: 14–17

Loca­tion: Pri­vate Res­i­dence in Mar Vista  

Your Invest­ment: $180.00 per stu­dent, $140.00 for sib­lings. To book sib­lings and receive the dis­count, send an email request­ing the dis­count. Do not pur­chase through Eventbrite.

Lim­ited to 10 students

 

About the Pre­sen­ter, Jules Hirst:

Jules Hirst, Etiquette Expert

Eti­quette Expert Jules Hirst pres­i­dent of Eti­quette Con­sult­ing, Inc. She offers work­shops on a vari­ety of busi­ness, social and din­ing eti­quette top­ics and is a con­tribut­ing author of The Power of Civil­ity. Jules has been inter­viewed by and quoted in a vari­ety of media includ­ing NBC Nightly News, ABC World News, San Diego Tri­bune, Yahoo Shine, The Smart Show, KNX AM 1070 and Bravo T.V.. Visit her webiste @ www.juleshirst.com. Tweet her @Etiquette411