The first step of your journey
Congratulations! You have just taken the first step on your journey to a career as an Etiquette Coach. Your love for good manners and social graces can soon become the basis of an exciting and lucrative new career.
You will discover how to start and succeed in the etiquette coaching industry. In this course, you will learn the importance of etiquette in people’s lives, see why there is increasing demand for professional etiquette consultants, learn about the numourous benefits of this career, and discover the steps required to start as an etiquette coach.
What exactly is etiquette?
If you ask ten people what etiquette means, you will likely get ten different answers ranging from knowing which fork to use, to when to send a thank-you note. Many people consider etiquette to be something you use when you’re at a fancy dinner or meeting VIPs, but etiquette is more than just knowing what cutlery to use or how to make proper introductions.
Etiquette is all about behaviour, it’s about knowing the right way to behave so you are comfortable in all situations and you make other people around you feel at ease.
In demand across many industries
Today etiquette consultants are in demand across all markets, from the large corporate companies who want their managers and directors to understand how to behave with foreign clients to school classrooms teaching children how to make small talk or display beautiful table manners.
As a certified etiquette coach you will join an exciting and growing industry. Since the year 2000, etiquette training is increasing in popularity and demand across the world. But the single biggest explosion for etiquette coaching is across Asia and Africa.
Paul Russell is an international trainer and speaker with approaching 20 years of experience working with some of the world’s most recognisable international brands and companies.
Paul is co-founder and managing director of Luxury Academy London which specialises in luxury skills development across the world.
Paul was born and spent his formative years in Mumbai India where he was privately educated by a team of three international tutors until 12 years of age. At twelve he was sent to England to complete his education and A-Levels at boarding school
Paul holds a BSc, MSc and Doctorate in Workplace Psychology.
Paul regularly features in the media and has been interviewed by Sky, BBC, ITV, Times of London, Daily Mail, Entrepreneur Magazine, Family Office Magazine and Luxurious Magazine.