The French Finishing School experience is brought to Washington in a training led by the premier etiquette connoisseur, Anne Debard of Etiquette a la Francaise. In the elegance and ambiance of the Historic Morrison Clark Inn in downtown Washington, refine, wine and dine with us.
For young ladies ages 14-19, Ms. Debard will offer an exclusive full-day finishing program on Sunday January 21 .
With the following experiences: 3-course Fine Dining Luncheon and Afternoon Tea
Anne Debard of Etiquette à la Française
Anne DEBARD is a French business woman, founder and CEO of “EAF – Etiquette à la Française” offering consultancy, training and coaching services for Corporates or Individuals in International Etiquette, Protocol, intercultural and interpersonal management. She works between France, Monaco, Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa and Asia training for top global institutions, luxury palace hotels to include the Ritz Carlton Paris.
More about Anne Debard
The old world finishing training of France and Switzerland with a modern day twist. Taught from the international perspective with heavy French influence, this course offers the extra politesse and professionalism needed to be competitive in today’s society.
Featuring one full day of etiquette training with a fine dining etiquette luncheon, afternoon tea, and sommelier-led wine training
Event: One-Day Finishing School
Location: Historic Morrison Clark Inn
Date: 21 January 2018
Times: 08:00 to 16:00
Audience: Young Women Ages 14-19
Course Cost: 750 USD (reservation made by 250 USD deposit)
Seats Limited to 12 Participants
- Defining « étiquette, protocole, gallantry, savoir-vivre, elegance »
- A historical overview of etiquette
- Presentation & Introductions
- Poise, Posture & Deportment
- Social Graces and Tact
- Making Small Talk
- Forms of Address
- Digital Communications & Social Media
- Dress codes
- Dinner and Cocktail Parties
- Seating Plans and Precedence
- Table Setting
- European Fine Dining
Please contact us with any questions or for payment schedule. Deposits are transferable, but non-refundable.