• Teacher's resources developed by Dorothea Johnson, the founder of The Protocol School of Washington®,  and Bruce Richardson, one of the leading voices in America's tea renaissance.
  • Organizing Your Business, including promotional material and ideas.
  • Tea Lover's Guide to Tea Tastings, including step-by-step guidelines for success by Bruce Richardson.
  • A compact disc containing digital files of all the artwork, templates, and word files needed to customize your own workbooks to use with your audiences,
  • All the material needed to present etiquette skills in the following settings:
  • We've included everything you need to begin teaching these classes immediately.

Business Etiquette & Tea 
Today's savvy business person is aware that most business is conducted not at the conference table but at social functions. Discussing a project over tea is a popular alternative to the traditional business lunch or dinner. This seminar presents the latest social and business etiquette applicable to one?s personal and professional life. Participants receive an illustrated workbook.

Teddy Bear Tea & Etiquette
This program is for the young and young at heart. Teddy Bear, a capital bear, treats his guests to an imaginary tea at the White House. Preparing for tea at the White House with Teddy Bear will demonstrate situations that call for knowing and using correct etiquette at tea time. Participants are encouraged to bring their bears.

Tea & Etiquette with Alice
For the adventuresome of all ages, we invite participants to explore Alice?s exciting trip through Wonderland. Modern manners and timeless courtesies are interwoven throughout the program.

Afternoon Tea & Etiquette
The tradition of afternoon tea is attributed to Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford in 1840. Tea progressed from a simple "drink with jam and bread" into a full-blown social event. Participants enjoy a fine pot of tea, traditional fare, and a refresher of dining etiquette essentials.

Mothers & Daughters Tea & Etiquette 
What could be more endearing than a shared cup of tea with one?s mother or daughter! This is the perfect opportunity for grandmothers, mothers, daughters, and granddaughters to enjoy one another's company and at the same time learn the etiquette associated with teatime.

Holiday Tea & Etiquette 
To embellish any celebrated gathering, invite family and friends to tea. Enhance the holidays with a refresher of the social nuances associated with teatime.

Seasonal Tea & Etiquette 
Capture the essence of the changing season. The crisp days of Winter, the fragrance of Spring, the warmth of Summer, and Autumn's array of colors create tranquil times to enjoy life?s bounty. Celebrate each season with tea and a refresher about the etiquette of teatime.

Social Skills for Students 
Teach students of all ages the proper way to enter a room, make introductions, remember names, as well as the all-important rules of dining etiquette. Help students shine in social situations with easy-to-follow guidelines.

Victorian Tea & Etiquette 
The Victorian Era was opulent and extravagant. Afternoon tea parties were fashionable and knowledge of the social graces important. Enjoy tea while learning the etiquette of teatime today.

Tea Lover?s Guide to Tea Tastings 
This step-by-step guide to hosting a tea tasting provides detailed instructions and recommendations.

You receive a one-year free upgrade guarantee. We send new editions of any enhancements our editors make within one year of your purchase!

Five FREE books are included with your manual: Tea & Etiquette, Children's Tea & Etiquette, A Year of Teas, Tea for All Seasons, The Tea Table.



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