A special course lasting 3-6 weeks with an intensity of 36 lessons weekly. Each student can make up her personal curriculum to make learning as effective as possible. Lessons can be conducted in English, French or bilingual.
The Diploma program is conducted in the specialty "International etiquette and protocol". The training course includes the following disciplines and areas:
Study of good manners, table etiquette and rules of conduct in a restaurant, hotel. Planning the menu for different situations, the rules of serving, table talk, dress code for lunch and dinner.
Study of international customs regulations and safety in travel. The rules of business meetings, conferences and business lunches, business official correspondence and business correspondence. Writing a resume. Etiquette of the office, personal and telephone conversations.
Rules of table setting (historical traditions of different countries), behavior at the table; Compilation and calculation of the menu.
Correct wine supply, choice of wine and suitable dishes. Serving the table, order in the buffet, caring for silverware and china. Organization and holding of private parties. Serving of tea and coffee table. Maintenance of conversation at the table: permitted and forbidden topics, international permissible protocol, verbal communication (sign language), compliance with the dress code. Practical lessons on the organization of a cocktail party or tea ceremony.
Studying of compositions from fresh and dry colors, selection of colors on a season, a combination with fruit. Studying of classical and modern tendencies, rules of a combination with other subjects on a table (vases, napkins, cutlery, etc.).
In addition, girls can choose for themselves interesting additional electives (10 lessons per week, paid separately) - subject can be:
In each class, up to 12 girls are engaged, usually 6 people each.
Dates of the program:
1) Diploma Course:
Arrivals and departures are held from Friday to Sunday.
The cost of training for 1 person in the school is:
The elite institution Institut Villa Pierrefeu (School of Etiquette in Switzerland) was founded in 1965 - until now the school is run by the Faillettaz family, who acted as founders of the institution. The main goal and goal of the training programs is not only to increase the academic knowledge of girls from all over the world, but also to provide valuable social skills and knowledge, improve the best personal qualities, and learn modern etiquette and norms of behavior in society.
Most of the students come after the completion of secondary education programs - many even have certificates Abitur, A-level, IB, some even managed to get a higher education in world universities. The curriculum provides an opportunity to deepen and actualize existing knowledge, master the norms of international etiquette and protocol of behavior in various situations, improve the language level, improve knowledge in world culture and art.
The school is very chambered, and lessons are taught in small classes - this allows the teachers to practice an individual, personal approach, giving each student a maximum of personal attention.