The New York School of Etiquette and Protocol, Inc. offers courses aiding with understanding and learning how to act in different environments. They teach first grade students to adults about proper etiquette in different environments. The courses range from dining etiquette to business networking protocols, mastering a perfect interview to mastering the perfect date, public speaking, phone/social media etiquette and self-appearance among other subjects. With a lot of fun and engaging hands on role playing, they take field trips to local department stores to learn how to dress according to your body type and event. They teach boys how to be a gentlemen and the girls how to be humble women. The program also aids in hand writing letters, proper introductions and sportsmanship.
With a background in the television/media industry for over 12 years and a mother of two, it’s important to consultant & instructor Daphne Ferdinand that her clients retain information and leave ensured with planted seeds of awareness of themselves and the people they come into contact with every day. She wants the children to have character that is noble in any confrontation that arises, they will treat that person with love. It’s more than knowing what fork to use or the right way to sit on a chair, it enforces the core value in treating all ages and authority with respect at all times. It’s important to Daphne how her students speak to their parents and teachers and live with their siblings.
September 3rd will be their first in house fall session which will be held in an office space in the Ditmas Park/Kensington part of Brooklyn, NY. They have two 1st-5th grade classes every Saturday, with up to eight (8) children in each class for 6 weeks. For middle school and high school students their curriculum is broken into 10 sessions, which will start in mid October. For the adults, one can inquire by emailing email@example.com.
To register at NYSEP, one can simply contact the school (318)-697-3777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a registration form. They also do house visits for clients who are unable to come to their office.