Our 400-page manual contains teaching units that are ready to present, including scripts and student handouts. Lessons for various audiences include:
Business Tea & Etiquette
Tea with Alice in Wonderland
Teddy Bear Tea & Etiquette
Afternoon Tea & Etiquette
Holiday Tea & Etiquette
Mother and Daughter Tea & Etiquette
Seasonal Tea & Etiquette
Social Skills for Students
Victorian Tea & Etiquette
Tea Lovers' Guide to Tea Tasting
The manual includes digital files that can be tailored to your business or school. Read more about T & E certification...
80% of our Tea & Etiquette® Consultants choose to attend one of our annual two day seminars where they learn the basic etiquette, dining, and tea skills they will pass along to their students.
Using an interactive and fun-filled approach, our teachers will inspire you to equip your audience with the manners and confidence needed in a multitude of settings, whether the event is business or social, or at home or abroad. Over 200 students have graduated from this program.
Protocol School of Washington® founder Dorothea Johnson and Elmwood Inn Fine Teas owner Bruce Richardson have authored two best-selling books on the etiquette of tea.
Childrens' Tea & Etiquette tells the story of two children who attend an afternoon tea with their grandparents. But, they first review their handshaking and dining manners. This illustrated children's book also contains simple teatime recipes that your can make at home.
Tea & Etiquette is a must-have resource for anyone who travels to tea venues worldwide. You'll learn a bit of tea history and basic tea knowledge as you brush up on the skills needed to dine with confidence. A few teatime recipes are included.
Tea & Etiquette® Certification is available as a:
Self-guided manual or
Manual with two-day seminar.
Loved the intimate size of the class. Thank you for intentionally keeping the group small!
- Lori Ann Gossert