Certified Etiquette and Manners Training for Kids and Teens
We compliment the efforts and influence of parents by teaching youngsters of all ages basic etiquette skills and manners.
The Classy and Confident Kids’ Academy presents 2-hour Mini-Manners classes for your group of children, ages 6 to 12. We welcome Girl and Boy Scout troops, sports/school teams, and dance/martial arts classes.
How Etiquette Will Travel
‘Don’t have a pre-existing group of youngsters? Not a problem. Gather a minimum of 6 children together—by involving neighbors, friends, and family—and you’ll be eligible for on-site etiquette training. The Academy comes to a location of your choice—a parent’s home, office conference room, school, church … you name it.
We customize 2-hour sessions to meet the needs of kids in your group. Classes are offered at a quick pace to keep youngsters engaged. Sessions are fun and interactive, and lessons are complemented by games and activities geared toward fostering good manners. There’s serious instruction combined with lots of laughter.
The sessions focus on common courtesies, guidelines for politeness and respect, accepting differences and diversity, managing conflict, developing dining and social skills, along with phone manners and ‘netiquette.
Choose from 2-hour sessions focusing on …
- Basic protocol and contemporary manners
- How to create great first impressions
- How to gracefully conduct themselves during various types of social gatherings
- Dining skills and table manners
- Conversation and communications skills
Or, tell us what you want covered, and we’ll meet the specific needs of your teens.
The Classy and Confident Kids’ Academy can further customize content to prepare kids forspecial occasions and situations—such as weddings, parties, dances, (homecoming and prom activities), and college visits.
Private lessons for families can be easily arranged, too.
Miss Kathy and Miss Patt complement the efforts and influence of parents by teaching youngsters etiquette skills and manners. They are mothers, adult trainers, and former child researchers. Between them, they have studied with The Protocol School of Washington, are certified by the Etiquette Moms, and serve as “honorary cops” with the Etiquette Police. Further, they have been approved by the State of Illinois to provide continuous professional development units (CPDUs).
Serving Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Lisle, Naperville and the surrounding Chicago suburbs.