Etiquette training and classes for kids in Gauteng
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Orlando East; Senaoane
High school learner development and support organisation providing a structured programme to assist learners
From 13 - 18 yrs old
Centurion Central; Rivonia
Finishing / grooming / etiquette training / school
From 11 yrs - All ages
Do you love kids and want to be your own boss? This business is a unique extra mural for kids to build self confidence, improve speech and general good manners
From 3 - 9 yrs old
Lessons in proper etiquette
All parents would agree that good behavior and manners are important to instill in their children from a young age. Not only is it necessary in childhood but itís something that every person carries with them throughout their lives. Manners play a vital role in guiding children towards social norms as well as acceptable behaviour in various situations. Etiquette lessons
empower and guide kids and you will find a number of these schools in Gauteng.
What is an etiquette school or etiquette lessons?
Ever have the situation where you meet friends by chance and you ask your child to say hello to them? And your child refuses! Or youíre at a family function and your child decides to pick his nose at the eating table? Cringe-worthy circumstances that Iím sure any parent can relate to if theearth hasnít swallowed them up yet!
So simply put, etiquette coaches teach children good manners, respect and social skills. Valuable life skills are also learned that will assist children to cope with situations of stress, pressure, in an emergency or at important gatherings. Naturally you would think that children learn by example and if parents are well-mannered, then kids would be too. This is not always the case and thatís where etiquette schools can help.
So they learn some manners? What else?
Well, thereís more to it than just that. The basis is that of respect, consideration and kindness. Kids also learn about table manners, proper posture, how to talk to adults, to sit properly and general behaviour in everyday situations.
Kids develop good social skills and self-confidence to enable them to deal with lifeís curveballs.
Is it helpful for teens?
Most certainly. Teenagers will benefit from learning essential communication skills and how to interact socially. Kids are groomed to develop into confident speakers, leaders and well-rounded individuals. Etiquette regarding acceptable behaviour in public or on public platforms is crucial at this stage of life. Mentorship and guidance is given to communities where there is a need to good role models.
Programs may include aspects of modelling, personal grooming, financial management and entrepreneurship.
Finishing schools for girls
Girls learn valuable lessons such as how to be graceful, polite and helpful. Growing girls may be introduced to personal grooming advice and chats about social interactions and social media. Good posture, sitting properly and table manners may also be covered.
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