Why Choose Us?
Parents today are experiencing such busy schedules and sometimes do not have the opportunity to teach their children the necessary etiquette and life skills. The desire of every parent is that their child grows to become a well rounded, respectful individual and one who will superbly perform in any environment. Unfortunately, the day just doesn’t seem to have enough hours. Where did the time go; you ask yourself. It seems like they were babies just the other day. The older they get, the more challenging it becomes to share those life skills every young person should know. We are here to help you teach your children the etiquette and life skills they need in order to perform at their best.
It is also important for adults to achieve that promotion and excel in the corporate world, expand their social skills, or learn how to properly function at the dinner table. We’re here for you as well.
From the Inside-Out School of Etiquette was created to teach young people ages 6 to 17 and adults proper etiquette for all environments and occasions.
We begin with the inner person, because it is important that they embrace the skills and tools needed to demonstrate proper etiquette and protocol throughout their life.
When given an invitation to attend an event, it is extremely important to RSVP to the invitation for only those invited on the invitation. It is improper etiquette to contact the host requesting to add another guest to your invitation. Keep in mind when a host gives an invitation, they have already taken into consideration the expense per guest and determined their budget. In addition, it may cause the host to be in an awkward position.
If you and your children have been invited to someone's home for a gathering, it is extremely important you pay close attention to the whereabouts of your precious little one making sure he or she doesn't enter the bedrooms and private rooms that may be off limits. It is also proper etiquette to ensure your child doesn't open the refrigerator without permission. Most importantly, it is proper etiquette to clean up after your little one, not leaving the host to clean up after them. Remember to have that little etiquette talk with the children before entering the home of the host; say your please and thank yous and be respectful and polite. Demonstrating proper etiquette is crucial when visiting someone's home.