Young Adults’ Business Etiquette Courses
london 2019

The Young Adult’s Business Etiquette Courses in London are designed to equip school leavers and graduates with skills that will set them apart from their peers.

In an increasingly competitive city, knowing how to behave in the professional world has never been more important. Creating a polished, professional image will communicate confidence, execute presence and gravitas, and ensure your impact is aligned with your qualifications and positioning.

Having the extra polish to back up your qualifications is a smart way to make you the front-runner for a permanent position or an internship opportunity, and this comprehensive training programme focuses on helping you create the right first impression, placing you above your peers and installing skills that you will benefit from for the rest of your career.

The course will equip you with essential English etiquette skills that will help you meet new acquaintances, build business relationships and achieve your goals and aspirations in one of the world’s leading financial centres.

Suitable for any nationality from the age of 16, Emma’s cross-cultural business experience will ensure you feel comfortable and at ease, while she equips you wish finesse, polish and confidence for the beginning of your new career.

The Emma Dupont School of Etiquette is based in the heart of Mayfair, London, opposite the shops and boutiques of Bond Street and situated on Piccadilly, one of London’s most famous and beautiful streets, just moments away from The Ritz Hotel.

Full student notes and a signed certificate will be presented on completion of this programme.

The scheduled course dates for 2019 are detailed below and, as places are limited to just seven students, early booking is recommended.

To read what previous clients are saying about working with The Emma Dupont School of Etiquette then please go to Testimonials.

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If you would like to secure your place on your chosen course then please book online at the bottom of this page.

Subjects covered:

Introductions and Social Graces

  • Introducing yourself others correctly, and in accordance with rank
  • Shaking hands and social kissing in the workplace
  • The importance of small talk and the British sense of humour in business
  • Remembering people’s names
  • Correct use of the business card
  • The importance of good posture and body language

Interview Technique

  • The art of the telephone interview
  • Preparation for a face to face interview
  • Preparation on the day
  • What to wear
  • The importance of small talk
  • Preparation of answers
  • Questions to ask the interviewer and why this is important
  • Thank you letters
  • Chasing a response
  • Preparation for a second interview

Dining Etiquette

  • The different types of service
  • Chinaware, glassware and flatware
  • Seating plans for formal & informal dining
  • How to hold flatware and glasses correctly
  • Napkin placement
  • The British place setting
  • When to start the business talk
  • How to eat tricky foods
  • What to do when things go wrong
  • Passing the port
  • Toasts
  • Tipping

Image and personal grooming

  • Hair & grooming
  • Shoes, socks & hosiery
  • Accessories & jewellery
  • Dressing appropriately & dress-down Friday
  • A business executives props


  • Use of social media and privacy settings
  • Control of knee-jerk reactions
  • Business letters
  • Business email
  • Creating a personal brand

One-Day group tuition dates 2019

The price includes a sandwich luncheon with soft drinks

Tuesday 28th May 2019

Early Booking Rate: £395 ends 16 April 2019

Standard Rate: £435

Places are limited

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Wednesday 21st August 2019

Early Booking Rate: £395 ends 10 July 2019

Standard Rate: £435

Places are limited

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‘I have not stopped talking about your class. I cannot thank you enough for being such a gracious and patient hostess. It was beyond anything I could have expected. You are a true genius in your field.

I needed to go to a networking event yesterday evening after the class and was able to use some of the skills I had just learned. It felt great!’ Beatrice