The Etiquette & Protocol School of Wisconsin

Written by admin   // January 27, 2011   // 0 Comments

by Camille Monk

When you hear the word etiquette what is your first thought? No elbows on the table, or which fork do I use? Etiquette is much more than educating someone on dining protocol, but has more to do with building confidence, self-esteem and character. Our society is slowly but surely losing its sense of values and overall respect for mankind. This is why Mrs. Camille Monk decided to open her business The Etiquette & Protocol School of Wisconsin (EPSW). While engaging with her students, she prides herself on providing quality educational etiquette and social skills training. In realizing that the only way society will change is if we become apart of the change she decided to receive her training and certification in May of 2010 from the prestigious American School of Protocol in Atlanta, Ga.

The Etiquette & Protocol School of Wisconsin (EPSW) was established in June of 2010 and has since educated more than 80 students from various walks of life. Some clients include Discovering Our Destiny, Concordia University School, Milwaukee Christian Center and many more.

The Etiquette & Protocol School of Wisconsin (EPSW) offers various courses from 5-8 course dining training, soft skills training, public speaking, cyber-ethics and many more. As recently featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel students are taken to Bacchus Restaurant for their final dinner and graduation ceremony.   We not only provide services to the Milwaukee area, but to the surrounding areas as well. Our office is located in Milwaukee, where we hold our private lessons with a class size never exceeding ten students. When providing services to various organizations such as schools, churches, and businesses we bring our services to their location for convenience.

Technology, fashion and music are always changing, but respect, manners, and courtesy will never go out of style.

If you are interested in enhancing you, your family, or your organizations’ social and life skills give The Etiquette & Protocol School of Wisconsin a call at (414) 803-2680, send us an email at [email protected] or visit us on face book under The Etiquette & Protocol School of Wisconsin.


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