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Companion Programs

Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette, Inc. offers the following popular programs. Please use these listings only as a guide, as most seminars are customized to suit customer's needs. To ensure the maximum benefit, seminars are available at the location of your choice.

To customize any of these programs for your group, please call us at (843)207-1025.

Tea Time in Charleston

There are few hours in life more agreeable that the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.
Henry James (1843-1916)

Tea is part of almost every culture in the world. It dates back to the ancient Chinese. It was originally used for medicinal purposes, as tea has the unusual ability to calm and stimulate at the same time. It later became popular for social purposes. The tradition of "Afternoon tea", however, has been attributed more to the English and was discovered as a way to make it through the long period between their mid day and evening meal. "Taking tea" as it is properly referred to has always been considered a very refined and dignified ceremony.

What better way then right here in Charleston to have an afternoon tea for your group. You will learn about the history of Charleston's part in the tea industry, as well as the etiquette of drinking tea and will discover the enjoyment and refinement of a proper afternoon tea.
This can be done at several locations in the Charleston area.
This presentation lasts one and one half hours.

Dining Elegance

Savvy dining skills play a large part in the business and social arena. Handling yourself with grace and poise can enhance your spouse's career as well as your own professional or personal agenda. This program consists of learning: The etiquette of hosting a formal dinner, setting a proper table, dining etiquette skills, the art of being a good guest. This seminar includes a formal meal.
Typically lasts two to two and a half hours.

Positive Perceptions

Positive Perceptions are formed constantly, most times without your knowledge. Learn about Positive Perceptions, how long they take to make, how and why they are formed, things you can and can not change. Learn the presentation skills of proper introductions, remembering names, shaking someone's hand, eye contact, poise, posture, respecting personal space, the first ten words and more. Positive Perceptions learn more
This is a two hour presentation.

Personally Speaking

We speak very loudly about ourselves... sometimes without saying a word. Statistics show how we appear speaks more about us and is more important sometimes than what we verbally have to say. Learn to walk with purpose, There really is a correct way to sit, stand, cross your legs, enter and exit a room, put on a jacket, shake someone's hand, etc. This seminar is designed to work with the verbal and nonverbal communication of how we speak about ourselves - body language.
This is a two hour presentation.

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