Etiquette Classes for Young Ladies and Gentlemen
It is never too early to learn table manners. As today's young people grow into tomorrow's adults, they will need every available tool to help them achieve a successful future.
As parents, you can begin this process by giving your children a head start by enrolling them in a Dining Etiquette and Social Skills class.
The formality of the experience -- from dressing up to navigating the place setting--will surely form a lasting impression on the young minds and manners of the next generation.
Skills they will learn:
- American & Continental Styles of Eating
- Napkin Awareness
- Dining Do's and Don'ts
- Table Conversation
- Eye Contact
- Silverware Savvy
- Navigating the Place Setting
- Cellular Phone Etiquette
- Thank You Notes
New Click on...Etiquette Trainer for Children's Classes
Vilcia N. Rodriguez
Vilcia N. Rodriguez has a passion and dedication for working with young people. As a mother of four boys, she has a special interest in providing children and young adults with the skills and tools in etiquette and leadership that will help them build their self-confidence and self-esteem.
Ms. Rodriguez provides individual and group instruction in Children and Young Adult Protocol, Etiquette and Leadership skills. Interactive classes are structured by age group (8-11; 12-14; 15-18; 19-22), and designed to help students be more confident in business, school and social situations as well as provide them with a competitive edge all while having fun. Ms. Rodriguez was professionally trained and certified by the Etiquette and Leadership Institute, the leader in children and young adult etiquette and leadership services.
Ms. Rodriguez has served as a political liaison; working with dignitaries, diverse cultures and varied communities, for over a decade. She has also worked with local media outlets. Ms. Rodriguez graduate from Pepperdine University with BA in Spanish and an emphasis in Telecommunications (News Broadcasting). She has lived in Central America, Europe and Asia.