Classes for Children, Teens, Business, and Schools
Etiquette is Modern and Etiquette is Essential. Today’s parents and schools are recognizing the need to train children in these life skills, which otherwise are becoming lost in the day-to-day of work, school and activities. Businesses are rapidly adding business etiquette and protocol training to their human resources activities. And, more and more colleges are now adding manners training as class selections.
MusicMakers began offering Excellent Etiquette classes to its roster of classes in 2009, following a surge of requests from parents. We have always trained our students in etiquette — specifically concert etiquette, recital etiquette, and etiquette in peer-coaching.
Paula Penna has undergone extensive protocol training (and continues to do so), in order to expand these offerings into the larger arena of life.
Our Excellent Etiquette for the Holidays will be a Two Part Class given on November 19, 2016 2pm-4pm, and December 10, 2016 2pm-4pm.
Ages 5-13 is most appropriate for this class that will teach your child all about table manners, dining etiquette, gift giving/receiving, telephone etiquette, writing thank you notes, cultural diversity, tolerance, self esteem, inter and intra personal skills, and MORE. You do not have to sign up for both! You can sign up for either/or.
Returning Students: NEW MATERIAL is offered – no worries about repeating the same stuff.
Cost is $45 per class, or $80 for both classes, including all materials and take home materials. Second family member is 20% off (sibling, cousin). MusicMakers current students (including Mother Goose Childcare Center Kindergarten students) and their families get a 20% discount. ALL students receive a $25 gift certificate towards the MusicMakers Excellent Etiquette Summer Camp!
If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org or register here: Excellent Etiquette for the Holidays
Classes are offered throughout the school year and summer. We have a Facebook page too!
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