“This was a wonderful training! I learned the core of what true etiquette really is. I strongly recommend this program to all 'true believers' interested in spreading the word.”
Jane Pertiller, Eteaquette, LLC
An understanding of manners helps children build relationships, confidence and self-esteem. The Emily Post Children’s Etiquette Train the Trainer Program’s unique approach to teaching etiquette focuses both on manners and on the principles they represent: consideration, respect and honesty. A hallmark of our training is that the curriculum mirrors a child’s natural development and topics are taught by age range: ages 2 to 4, 5 to 7, 8 to 12, and teenagers.
You will learn how to teach children’s etiquette just the way the Posts do. Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D., Emily Post’s great-granddaughter and creator of our children’s etiquette programs, will coach you through a three-day intensive curriculum. You will gain the skills, knowledge, materials and confidence to teach etiquette classes for children and teens.
- Teaches not only specific manners but also the underlying principles of etiquette
- Focuses on teaching etiquette to children by developmental stages rather than strictly by topic
- Is built around workshops you can teach to 4-7 year-olds, 8-12 year-olds and teens
- Includes the seven modules (see box below right) that The Emily Post Institute uses to teach Children’s Etiquette Workshops
- Gives the participants the opportunity to practice teaching and receive critiques on their presentation of the material
- Focuses on how to customize the program for clients’ individual needs
- Offers a practical discussion session on how to launch your own children’s etiquette workshop business
Our Seven Program Modules
- Why Etiquette?
- Six Social Development Stages
- Everyday Manners
- Table Manners
- Manners at School
- Out and About
An Interactive Experience
- Analysis of each module
- Observation of attendee presentations
- Presentation practice session with critique
- Step-by-step leader’s guide and other training materials
- Immediate access to regularly updated materials through our secure website (PowerPoint presentations, slides, tip sheets, children's etiquette articles, surveys, and more)
- The Gift of Good Manners and The Emily Post Institute Children's Etiquette Library by Peggy Post and Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D.