Everyone likes to be treated with courtesy and respect. Good manners and good fun go hand-in-hand. Allow the program presenters the opportunity to teach your young ladies and gentlemen how to conduct themselves properly in any social setting. They will teach teens social graces, dining etiquette and business protocol. They will help them enhance their confidence in any situation, giving them an edge both socially and professionally.
Teens who acquire the skills of etiquette early in life have greater potential to step forward to meet their lifelong goals. Those with proper etiquette training are more likely to carry themselves in social and dining situations with confidence. This class can give them the tools in a motivational environment that builds self-esteem and the desire to present oneself properly in any setting.
Although hospitality is valued worldwide, because of our fast-paced lives, the teaching of etiquette skills is often neglected. Etiquette is becoming a lost art.
However, polite individuals are noticed. They stand out. Their manners shine.
Here's the best news: Those polished skills can be mastered-with the proper instruction-at any age. Robin Steele is the founder and the executive director of the Florida Academy of Etiquette and Protocol. Steele inspires others by teaching proper manners and etiquette skills. She is a professional etiquette instructor who is certified through the Academy of Etiquette and Protocol in Orlando. She has instructed hundreds of children, teens and adults. The curriculum that is used by the academy is the first of its kind to be offered in North Florida and the surrounding areas. These successful etiquette curricula are taught throughout the United States and Canada.
Through quality instruction and fun activities, Steele is reviving the art of Southern hospitality, which is becoming extinct in our society.
Classes are developing now, check out our classes on our events page or contact us to find out more information on how we can meet your needs. Group classes and individual instruction avilable now.
We help make learning manners fun! We believe in non-stuffy etiquette classes. Almost every manner rule coincides with a fun-interactive role playing activity.
- Greeting and Handshakes
- Business Etiquette
- Showing Appreciation and Being Thankful
- Showing Respect For Others
- Conversation Skills
- Party Manners
- Honoring and Obeying Parents and God's Other 9 Rules
- Responding To Invitations
- Church and Theatre Etiquette
- Guest Manners
- Telephone Manners
- Thank You Notes
- The 65 Dining Manners
- Utensil Placement
- Restaurant Manners
- Navigating and Identifying The Place Setting
- Proper Tea Manners
- Eating Difficult Foods
- The Formal Meal
- American and Continental Eating Styles