We'll resume face to face courses once the government says it is safe to do so.
In the meantime, please head to our Online Training page for information about training provided via Zoom and Skype.
Our group classes for adults normally run over one day and are a great hands-on introduction to the world of modern etiquette. Numbers are kept small to ensure each participant receives individual attention and has ample time to ask questions and practice what they have learned.
Children’s group classes are shorter with a focus on age appropriate activities, interactive learning and educational games. For teenagers we use a combination of traditional classroom style teaching, roleplay and group activities that relate the rules of etiquette to modern life.
The flagship Train the Trainer course is an intensive six-day programme for students who wish to pursue a career as a certified etiquette trainer. In 2019 we added a one-day course entitled Grow Your Business, aimed at giving our students the tools to take their business ventures to the next level.
This is the third article in a series written by Richard Cullinan, Head of the EQ Faculty at The British School of Etiquette. How self-management
Why we should develop our self-awareness to practice good etiquette: Self-awareness is being conscious of your thoughts, feelings and actions and being able to describe
This article is part of a series of articles written by Richard Cullinan, a leading emotional intelligence expert, author and creator of our Emotional Intelligence courses.
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