Children's Grooming and Etiquette Workshop
All people, including children, are judged by the impression they make within the first 7 seconds of first meeting them! Teaching your children to master their appearance, behaviour, and communication is a valuable enhancement to their overall education.
Give your children a competitive advantage with this fun and interactive one-day Grooming and Etiquette workshop. The workshop teaches students communication skills, good manners, and how to present a poised and polished image that will set them head and shoulders above the rest. The course begins by introducing: bathing and dressing, hairstyles, dining etiquette, online etiquette and much, much more.
Limited places are available!
Certificate of completion
1 PM - 5 PM
Meal during dining etiquette
Borrowdale Brooke Country Club
Gift pack with grooming essentials
What you'll learn
Learn self-care skills for daily living. Get your young ones ready to participate in life activities including: bathing and dressing
Learn good manners - Every child should learn basic good manners and imbibe them from a very young age
Develop better telephone communication skills. Get to know how to build and improve unique attributes that facilitate excellent communication, online and offline
How to look good at school - Uniform and hairstyle tips
How to become a better public speaker with tips on effective public speaking skills
Get to know the different dining etiquette rules with a full course meal provided
Who is this course for:
Children aged between 8 to 15 years old
Respect COVID-19 Precautions
Bathing - are you bathing or just passing through water?
How to use fragrances
Dressing for school - why uniforms matter
Dressing for events - understanding dress codes
Hair we go again - hair care and hairstyles
Who am I - vision board exercise
Manners maketh man (woman) - respecting myself and respecting others
How to be confident
Posture and poise - how to sit and how to walk
Dining etiquette (including meal and drink)
Online communication - minding your digital presence
Listening is more important than speaking
Public speaking -how to speak to diverse audiences
What your body language says about you