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12 May 2011

Video: New class teaches Etiquette to students

Students at Grenoble Ecole de Management have the opportunity to brush up their manners during a class on etiquette, notably in the field of table manners – known as ‘Les Arts de la table’ in France.

Studies have shown that the attraction of French managers and businesses is closely linked to their culture or more specifically what is commonly known in France as ‘Culture Générale’ and its impact on French management.

With this new class, students learn how to make the most of this French ‘touch’ to increase their attractiveness in the eyes of potential employers.
The class lasts 27 hours and is delivered in 8 modules by etiquette professionals from a catering school in Grenoble*.

On the menu: etiquette skills associated with history, culture and economy. Additionally, as the course is very much associated to table etiquette and manners, modules will also cover the history of gastronomic culture, sensory skills development, and mastery of French wine and cheese tasting.

*The Lycée des Métiers de l’Hôtellerie et du Tourisme de Grenoble.