The internationally renowned British School of Etiquette, known for its range of etiquette courses applicable to a wide number of industries, has recently received internationally recognised accreditation from CPD, ILM, and Investors in People, making them the pioneers in the field of social grace and etiquette.
According to Philip Sykes, the Chief Executive at British School of Etiquette, “Leveraging my 25+ years of experience in the culture, hospitality and training industry, I have created this school for people looking to bridge the gap in their knowledge of social etiquette and achieve success in both their professional as well as personal lives. All too often, people get held back by their family background, which deprive them of the social etiquette they need to fit in across different cultures and situations. With the added recognition provided by these accreditations, people can safely trust our courses to teach them exactly what they need when it comes to etiquette.”
The School has been accredited as a Provider of Training Excellence by CPD, cementing its global position in the fields of etiquette, manners, life skills and service training. The School offers various courses, with 4 of them – Train the Trainer, Hospitality Training, Social and Business Etiquette and Luxury Retail Store Training – receiving endorsement by the ILM, UK’s leading provider in leadership, management and coaching skills development. Upon completing these courses, participants will receive a separate Development certificate from the ILM or obtain a Diploma after further assessment. Furthermore, their accreditation by Investors in People demonstrates their commitment to nurturing employee growth and talent, helping them stand out as excellent employers.
Courses by the British School of Etiquette are already proving to be a huge hit amongst their students, with one of their former alumni who happens to be a Chinese Analyst stating, “Americans are rather free and casual compared to the British and it was surprising that my knowledge of American dining was considered rude here in the UK and Europe. This course definitely bridge my gap in knowledge and help me fit in and shine at both professionally as well as in social settings.”
To learn more about the School and the courses offered, visit their official website at https://thebritishschoolofetiquette.com
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