Diploma in Etiquette Coaching
Next Programme Starting
Monday November 2022
This programme is available to join on an individual basis
UK CPD Certified and Accredited
In this 4-week blended learning Diploma Etiquette Coaching programme you will learn important principles and practical step-by-step techniques in proper etiquette and behaviour and understand the steps to take to get started in a career as a professional International Etiquette coach.
This programme is specifically designed for participants to become an etiquette coach. With that in mind it is important that participants have at least a foundational knowledge of etiquette.
The live classes within the programme focus solely on the business aspect of an etiquette coaching business and as such, the course is not suitable for participants who want to learn etiquette and social behaviour.
One of our finishing school programmes would be more suitable in that situation.
The First Step
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 you will learn
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.
Work with private clients on all areas of social etiquette to help them increase confidence
Work with companies and executives on business etiquette cultural etiquete and entertaining
Children & Teens
Work with children and teenagers to teach soft skills, manners and etiquette
Dining etiquette is one of the most popular requirements across all areas of etiquette
Coach personal and business clients on how their personal brand relies on etiquette skills
The fees you charge as a coach will differ depending on your market and your country
Pay only your exam fees
We understand that Covid19 has imapacted many people over the past year. People have experienced job losses, financial difficulty and the need to retrain for completely new careers. We allocate two partial fee scholarships on every course to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to access education.
Whilst we would love to be able to offer everyone who applies, a scholarship, we cannot. As a private academy it would be impossible for us to maintain learning standards if we did. There are two tuition fee scholarships available on this programme which will cover the tuition fees for successful applicants. Tuition scholarships do not cover exam fees.
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend that you set aside 4-5 hours per week
Yes. There is a final exam the week following your final live class.
This course is specifically designed for new etiquette coaches and is not suitable as a standalone etiquette training.